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One : pot, pan, planet : a greener way to cook for you and your family / Anna Jones ; photographs by Issy Croker.

Jones, Anna (Food writer), (author.). Croker, Issy, (photographer.).

Available copies

  • 0 of 2 copies available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Lake Agassiz Regional Library. (Show preferred library)

Current holds

3 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Fosston Public Library 641.5636 JON (Text) 33500013522552 New On holds shelf -
Godel Memorial-Warren Library 641.5636 JON (Text) 35500006540551 New In transit -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780593320327
  • ISBN: 0593320328
  • Physical Description: 329 pages : illustrations (color) ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2021.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
One pot -- One planet I -- One pan -- One veg -- Quick -- One planet II -- One tray -- Waste less.
Summary, etc.:
"Quick, sustainable, and stylish meals from the culinary superstar--Instagram darling, all around "Queen of the Greens" (Deborah Madison-meets-Melissa Clark)--who's poised to break out in the U.S. with a cookbook that perfectly reflects the way we want to cook and eat today"-- Provided by publisher.
Jones shares recipes for quick, sustainable, and stylish vegetable-centered meals. The recipes are easy to make-- and keep sustainability at the center of every dish. The variety and depth of flavors will make these inventive, deeply satisfying dishes your new kitchen standbys for vegetarians and vegans. Jones also includes information to help you reduce waste, use leftovers, make your kitchen plastic-free, and make you a more environmentally mindful shopper. -- adapted from back cover
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2021 October #1
    *Starred Review* When is a cookbook not just a cookbook? When it integrates instruction, inspiration, and a solid rationale that extends beyond dish preparation and gets to the heart of a particular culinary ethos. Jones' approach emphasizes ecologically sound practices without sacrificing flavor, variety, or efficiency. Among recipes (from sides to sweets to mains) organized by method of preparation (baking dishes, pots, and sheet pans), she integrates sections that focus on how to approach food consumption in a conscientious, small-footprint, waste-less way. Of particular usefulness is the final section, delving into creative and simple ways to re-use and use up ingredients, reducing food waste. Having both the why and the how in one volume significantly increases the resonance of both—and the likelihood that home cooks will be able to follow through with these planet-friendly plans. Jones' recipes are meatless, full of flavors inspired by many world cultures, and often include variations. Imperial and metric measurements are provided, saving conversion time. While seasonal eating and local foraging tips center around Jones' London home base, they aren't so particular that they won't be useful to U.S.-based readers, especially in northerly climes. Put this at the top of the list for greening-up with flavor and ease. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.
  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2021 October #1
    *Starred Review* When is a cookbook not just a cookbook? When it integrates instruction, inspiration, and a solid rationale that extends beyond dish preparation and gets to the heart of a particular culinary ethos. Jones' approach emphasizes ecologically sound practices without sacrificing flavor, variety, or efficiency. Among recipes (from sides to sweets to mains) organized by method of preparation (baking dishes, pots, and sheet pans), she integrates sections that focus on how to approach food consumption in a conscientious, small-footprint, waste-less way. Of particular usefulness is the final section, delving into creative and simple ways to re-use and use up ingredients, reducing food waste. Having both the why and the how in one volume significantly increases the resonance of both—and the likelihood that home cooks will be able to follow through with these planet-friendly plans. Jones' recipes are meatless, full of flavors inspired by many world cultures, and often include variations. Imperial and metric measurements are provided, saving conversion time. While seasonal eating and local foraging tips center around Jones' London home base, they aren't so particular that they won't be useful to U.S.-based readers, especially in northerly climes. Put this at the top of the list for greening-up with flavor and ease. Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

ANNA JONES is a cook, writer, and stylist. Dubbed the "Queen of Greens" by <I>The Guardian</I>, she is widely recognized as being the voice of modern vegetarian cooking. She is the author of <I>The Modern Cook's Year, A Modern Way to Eat, </I>and <I>A Modern Way to Cook</I>. She lives in Hackney, east London with her husband and son.

Subject: Vegetarian cooking.
Cooking (Vegetables)
One-dish meals.
Cooking (Vegetables)
One-dish meals.
Vegetarian cooking.
Genre: Cookbooks.
Cookbooks.
Recipes.
Cookbooks.
Recipes.

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