The 2019 winner of The Great British Baking Show goes green with a collection of must-try vegetarian recipes, following up his debut book Bake, Make, and Learn to Cook.
Grab an apron! With more than forty vegetarian and plant-based recipes for scrumptious meals, savory snacks, tasty treats, and showstopper desserts, David Atherton’s second course is a feast for readers who care about the food on their plate. Will it be spicy cauliflower bites or mini pizza swirls for your snack on the go? Pasta and homemade pesto or made-from-scratch veggie burgers tonight? How about melt-in-your-mouth chocolate cookies with a secret avocado ingredient (shhh)? Featuring easy-to-follow, boldly illustrated, step-by-step instructions, with notes on stocking a pantry, commonly used cookware, and eating locally and seasonally, this buffet of deliciously healthy recipes is perfect for budding chefs everywhere.
About the Author
David Atherton is the author of Bake, Make, and Learn to Cook: Fun and Healthy Recipes for Young Cooks, his debut book. The 2019 winner of The Great British Baking Show and a former international health adviser, he now writes a food column for the Guardian, where he shares some of his fun and healthy recipes. “My family is vegetarian, so I grew up eating food made with lots and lots of colorful vegetables,” he says. “My mom—who’s a fantastic cook—taught me that vegetarian food is easy to make and tastes delicious.” David Atherton lives in London.
Alice Bowsher is the author-illustrator of Curious and Scruff, among other children’s books. She works primarily with chunky black ink to create joyful characters, large-scale murals, and illustrated sets. As a vegetarian herself, she is excited to bring her artwork to Bake, Make, and Learn to Cook Vegetarian. She lives in London.