Author(s): Peter Meehan
"Lucky Peach Presents POWER VEGETABLES! features- A tested strategies for adding power to produce A meat-free cooking that even carnivores can get behind A more than 100 recipes that will change your weeknight routines and/or the course of human history"
Avegetable cookbook like no other, in a good way. The New York Times As with so much of what Lucky Peach does, the balance between irreverence and utter seriousness of purpose makes this book a delight. The playful visuals and Meehan s off-the-cuff text offer near-constant reminders that vegetables are wildly versatile, and cooking them ought to be fun. Publishers Weekly, starred review Any book with an exclamation point in its title promises to be a good time, and the third book from theLucky Peacheditors doesn t disappoint. They switch gears after their previous meat-centric cookbook with 100-plus recipes that show vegetables are anything but boring, like tempura green beans with honey mustard and bright, charred carrots. TastingTable.com The humorous and diverse roster of recipes from top chefs including Ivan Orkin, David Chang and Jessica Koslow is made far less intimidating by witty commentary, quick Q & A s and detailed instructions that feel as if your very talented, very cool chef friend is teaching you some cherished industry secrets. PasteMagazine.com"
LUCKY PEACH is an award-winning independent food magazine that publishes daily on luckypeach.com and quarterly as a printed journal.Lucky Peachhas authored two previous books with Clarkson Potter: Lucky Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian RecipesandThe Wurst of Lucky Peach. PETER MEEHAN is the editor and cofounder of Lucky Peach. A former columnist for the New York Times, he is also the coauthor of numerous cookbooks including the New York Times bestselling Momofuku and The Frankies Spuntino Kitchen Companion and Cooking Manual. He lives in New York."