Super Natural Every Day

Paperback $23.00

Apr 05, 2011 | 256 Pages

  • Paperback $23.00

    Apr 05, 2011 | 256 Pages

Praise

New York Times Best Seller

“Every Day Maybe, But Hardly Everyday…an unexpected winner in the weeknight-warrior category.”
—NPR, 6/5/11

“Lovers of whole grains, local produce and farm fresh eggs, listen up. (Here’s looking at you, Northern California.) San Franciscan Heidi Swanson – of the acclaimed blog 101 Cookbooks and 2007 James Beard Award-nominated “Super Natural Cooking” – has brought us “Super Natural Every Day: Well-Loved Recipes From My Natural Foods Kitchen,” a paean to natural foods.”
—San Francisco Chronicle, 5/22/11

“It’s an inspiring book, and one that I’m cooking out of quite a bit. If you love grains, noodles, and fresh vegetables, as well as Heidi’s famous and lovely blog, do check this out. You won’t regret it.”
—TheKitchn.com, 5/17/11 

“When it comes to our modern approach to eating right, there’s no better way to discover how delicious “dieting” can be.”
—BA Daily, Bonappetit.com, 5/11/11

“Whether you’re a vegetarian, a “Meatless Monday” convert or just trying to eat more healthy, wholesome foods, Heidi’s recipes will be valuable additions to your every day meals.”
—Devour The Blog, Cooking Channel, 4/5/11

“The author of Super Natural Cooking and the blog 101 Cookbooks, Swanson offers a glimpse into her favorite everyday recipes. A huge and often preachy proponent of the buy organic/local/seasonal movement, she focuses on whole, natural foods including whole grains, whole grain flours, and fresh produce–ingredients that are seasonal and minimally processed. Recipes run the gamut from breakfast through desserts and include healthier variations of familiar favorites including crepes made with rye flour and ginger cookies with dried apricots and shaved chocolate. Lunch offerings include unique and palatable dishes such as kale salad with toasted coconut and sesame oil, and chanterelle tacos. Dinner recipes such as chickpea stew made with saffron, black pepper tempeh and weeknight curry made with tofu are big on flavor. Swanson spends several pages detailing her pantry staples including oils and fats, grains, and flours to guide those unfamiliar with key ingredients. For those looking to incorporate more healthful ingredients into their diet, Swanson offers a welcome variety of appetizing recipes that are easy enough to prepare on busy weeknights and sure to appeal. (Apr.)”
—Publishers Weekly, 4/4/11

“It is easy on the eyes, a good read and full of recipes that had me itching to cook. It is rare that a book can do all three things, but when it does- you know it is a keeper.”
—Lottie + Doof, 4/1/11

“Swanson is the Deborah Madison for the digital age. Her cooking is earthy but approachable – she made grains fashionable again – and she swaths it all in stylish photos shot in the natural, grey light of her hometown San Francisco.”
—Say100, Food with Amanda Hesser, 2/23/11

“Expect plenty of interest in Super Natural Every Day, Heidi Swanson’s follow-up to Super Natural Cooking. The book features more thoughtful, interesting meatless recipes along the lines of the ones that have made Swanson’s blog, 101cookbooks.com, so popular.”
—Publishers Weekly, Spring 2011 Announcements: Top 10 Cookbooks, 1/24/11

“This looks like fabulous companion to Swanson’s earlier Super Natural Cooking with new riffs on old faves, and plenty of fresh ideas, too.”
—Publishers Weekly, 10 Cookbooks to Watch in 2011, 1/10/11

“It’s like this love child of Martha Stewart and Plenty. Brilliant, really!”
—Deborah Madison

“Heidi Swanson is one of the most original voices in cookery today. No other writer combines luscious, fresh, wholesome, and completely enticing food so well. Honeyed manouri, quinoa patties, membrillo cake—I want to cook everything!”
—Yotam Ottolenghi, author of Plenty
 
“To open Super Natural Every Day is to want to read it through and then cook like mad. Heidi’s food is simple, warm, and nourishing, the kind of food you want every day.”
—Dorie Greenspan, author of Around My French Table
 
“Heidi’s food is nourishing and soulful. What makes her food so appealing is her ability to create flavorful, healthy, and satisfying recipes. Heidi makes food that I want to eat.”
—Kim Boyce, author of Good to the Grain
 
“Heidi Swanson’s newest book is bewitching, clever, and outstanding in every way. It is far more than a gathering of tasty, health-oriented recipes. Every page is bursting with fresh ideas, new kitchen concepts, and inspired ingredient pairings. I know I’ll be turning to it again and again.”
—Melissa Clark, New York Times food columnist and author of In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite

Table Of Contents

introduction  •  1
Breakfast  •  20
Lunch  •  54
Snacks  •  100
Dinner  •  124
Drinks  •  160
Treats  •  178
Accompaniments  •  206
sources  •  235
acknowledgments  •  241
index  •  243

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