Love & Lemons Every Day Cookbook

Love and Lemons Every Day Cookbook

Love & Lemons Every Day Cookbook

My most recent book, Love & Lemons Every Day is a big, beautiful, 300+ page book, a must-have for everyday plant-forward cooking! Organized by meal type, it has chapters for Breakfasts, Snacks & Starters, Soups, Salads, Dinners, Side Dishes, Desserts, and Drinks. Here’s more detail about what’s in it:

  • 100+ super flavorful vegetarian recipes. You’ll find recipes fit for any and every occasion – busy mornings, special occasion dinners, and everything in between.
  • Vegan and gluten-free variations. If a recipe isn’t already vegan or gluten-free, I nearly always include a suggestion for how to adapt it.
  • Handy cooking resources. Find a giant grid of 5-ingredient salad dressings, a chart on how to roast or grill nearly any vegetable, a guide to using common veggie scraps in the kitchen, and basic guidelines for cooking pantry staples like rice and lentils. Confession: I actually refer to my own book when I’m cooking grains and meal planning at home!
  • Fun & flexible recipe charts! Learn the Anatomy of a Snack Board or 6 simple ways to scramble eggs. Find 5 flavorful weeknight pastas, Fruit Crumbles, 4 ways, and more!

Who would love this book?
If you’re looking for an all-in-one resource for vegetarian cooking, this book is the one for you. You’ll learn how to master the basics, like salad dressing and vegetable stock, in addition to making bold entrees and delicious desserts.

Our Favorite Recipes:
Loaded Butternut Squash Queso, Tomatillo Zucchini White Bean Chili, Cauliflower Steaks with Lemon Salsa Verde, Creamy Sweet Corn Pappardelle, and Flourless Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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Hello, we're Jeanine and Jack.

We love to eat, travel, cook, and eat some more! We create & photograph vegetarian recipes from our home in Chicago, while our shiba pups eat the kale stems that fall on the kitchen floor.