The green kitchen at home
Green Kitchen At Home focuses on simple and comforting dishes that are easy to like, adapt and cook. Author's David and Louise have tried to minimize weird ingredients so your mom, brother or non-vegetarian best friend also will find it inspiring and useful. Many recipes in the book have naturally started off on their blog, but also include loads of previously unpublished recipes that they have kept within their family until now. Such as the Golden Millet Porridge or the Spinach & Banana Pancakes that they often make in the mornings, the savoury broccoli muffins that travel well in a backpack, sheet pan dinners for stressful weeknights, super simple rye bread waffle toast, a fun vegetarian version of fish & chips, wine-baked mushrooms for a weekend with friends, and their children’s favorite – va-va-voom baked donuts that have been a success at many kids parties. It’s not a vegan book as as they eat egg and cheese, many recipes just have vegan suggestions. The book has about 100 recipes in total – and all of them have been tested by a separate tester.