I’m a vegetable guy. I love to grow them, I love to prepare them, and I love to eat them. So I was thrilled when we published our “everything vegetables” book, Vegetables Illustrated. These recipes, like the entire book, were developed with love and care, so you can reap the flavor rewards.Jack Bishop, Chief Creative Officer
35 Foolproof recipes
Greens like escarole will stay fresh wrapped in paper towels in a plastic produce bag for a few days.
When shopping for okra, look for firm, unblemished pods that are no longer than 3 inches in length.
If you want to keep tears at bay when handling onions, light a candle or put on goggles or contact lenses.
Never eat raw fiddleheads; they should always be blanched first before using them in any recipe.