“I am in love with this book, from Hetty’s incredible, approachable and inventive recipes which put plants front and center, to the family stories which punctuate the recipes. A book with so much heart that I know will be well loved by all who get their hands on it.” –Anna Jones, chef, columnist at The Guardian, and author of The Modern Cook’s Year: Over 250 Vibrant Vegetable Recipes to See You through the Seasons
“Cooking is clearly Hetty’s love language. Her recipes are nourishing and connect friends and family together in a way that seems joyous, celebratory, yet simple and functional. I am lucky to have cooked alongside her and know firsthand how hearty, textural and flavorful her food is. This book honors her multi-cultural roots and encourages us to do the same.” – Aran Goyoaga, creator of Cannelle et Vanille and author of Small Plates & Sweet Treats: My Family’s Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking
“Hetty has that magic gift of creating effortlessly gorgeous yet easily cookable recipes. Ever since her first book, I’ve fallen for her easy, breezy, satisfying salads and her practical advice on keeping things flexible and chilled. Her new book, Family, with its comforting soul warming recipes, are testament to no matter how bad your day is, a bowl of something you made with people you love is what you need to revive and restore you. ” – Melissa Hemsley, chef and author of Eat Happy, along with The Art of Eating Well and Good + Simple with Jasmine Hemsley
“When it comes to feeding people, Hetty McKinnon is Queen. Getting a peek at her private collection of recipes, the ones she feeds her own family, is the ultimate prize. These clever recipes are joyous, unpretentious, and full of flavor, like the author herself. That they are also vegetarian is the icing on the cake.” – Sarah Copeland, author of The Newlywed Cookbook and Feast: Generous Vegetarian Meals for Any Eater and Every Appetite
“A staggering array of family-friendly vegetarian dishes using flavors from all over the world. Global, simple, and delicious.” – Diana Henry, award-winning food writer, newspaper columnist, and author of ten cookbooks including How to Eat a Peach: Menu, Stories, Places.