A Modern Way To Cook | Anna Jones | Review

Monday, 29 August 2016

*Review copy c/o Netgalley, image via goodreads.com

A Modern Way To Cook is a brand new book full of tasty vegetarian recipes from Anna Jones, who has previously worked as part of Jamie Oliver's team. The book is designed to inspire healthier eating with a range of simple recipes showcasing vegetables.

The majority of the recipes are sorted into chapters according to the length of time needed to make each dish, from 15 up to 45 minutes. With some 'healthy' cookbooks it can be difficult to source some of the more specialist ingredients however most of the items listed here appear to be easy to get hold of, supermarket staples - a definite bonus!

In terms of design, the recipes are set out nicely and look as though they should be easy to follow, and I thought both the layout and the colour photographs gave the book a sleek finish. Personally I'm not really a fan of cookbooks without images (I need some idea of what the dish should look like!) so I was really pleased to find that most of the recipes shared here are accompanied by full-page photographs.

Although I'm yet to try out any of the recipes, I have definitely bookmarked a good selection for a later date! I loved how the recipes really focused on making the vegetables the real star of each dish - if you're looking for a new healthy veggie cookbook this may be the one for you.
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Post author: Erin

Erin has been blogging since 2010 but recently launched new blog A Natural Detour. Back in 2012 she teamed up with Ria to create Blogger's Bookshelf after rediscovering her love of books and hasn't looked back since! Her favourite reads include Ready Player One and Dangerous Girls.

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