The First Mess Cookbook: Vibrant Plant-Based Recipes to Eat Well Through the Seasons

December 21, 2019 - Comment

The blogger behind the Saveur award-winning blog The First Mess shares her eagerly anticipated debut cookbook, featuring more than 125 beautifully prepared seasonal whole-food recipes.   Home cooks head to The First Mess for Laura Wright’s simple-to-prepare seasonal vegan recipes but stay for her beautiful photographs and enchanting storytelling. In her debut cookbook, Wright presents

The blogger behind the Saveur award-winning blog The First Mess shares her eagerly anticipated debut cookbook, featuring more than 125 beautifully prepared seasonal whole-food recipes.
 
Home cooks head to The First Mess for Laura Wright’s simple-to-prepare seasonal vegan recipes but stay for her beautiful photographs and enchanting storytelling. In her debut cookbook, Wright presents a visually stunning collection of heirloom-quality recipes highlighting the beauty of the seasons. Her 125 produce-forward recipes showcase the best each season has to offer and, as a whole, demonstrate that plant-based wellness is both accessible and delicious.

Wright grew up working at her family’s local food market and vegetable patch in southern Ontario, where fully stocked root cellars in the winter and armfuls of fresh produce in the spring and summer were the norm. After attending culinary school and working for one of Canada’s original local food chefs, she launched The First Mess at the urging of her friends in order to share the delicious, no-fuss, healthy, seasonal meals she grew up eating, and she quickly attracted a large, international following.

The First Mess Cookbook is filled with more of the exquisitely prepared whole-food recipes and Wright’s signature transporting, magical photography. With recipes for every meal of the day, such as Fluffy Whole Grain Pancakes, Romanesco Confetti Salad with Meyer Lemon Dressing, Roasted Eggplant and Olive Bolognese, and desserts such as Earl Grey and Vanilla Bean Tiramisu, The First Mess Cookbook is a must-have for any home cook looking to prepare nourishing plant-based meals with the best the seasons have to offer.

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Anonymous says:

Inventive vegan recipes will inspire dairy and meat eaters to make homemade almond milk! My first judgment of a cookbook comes from the # of dog-eared pages I have after a first pass (Yes, I’m one of those people that “reads” a cookbook cover to cover). After a first pass of The First Mess, it doubled in thickness from all the recipes I marked. We’ve had the book for a couple weeks now, and here’s my experience:PROS:1. Gorgeous full page photos! I love seeing what the finished product should look like, as well as many close up photos2. Recipes are all on one…

Anonymous says:

This one is different. I have a lot of cookbooks. My husband could argue that there is no earthly reason for me to buy another. This one is different though, I could seriously make more than 50% of the recipes with no adjustment (well, maybe less oil but that’s just me).First things I’ll be making: Butternut and Pesto Cream Lasagna. Spaghetti Squash Noodle Bowls with Lime Peanut Sauce. Roasted Chili Basil Lime Tofu Bowls.Highly recommended by a cookbook hoarder.

Anonymous says:

Fantastic Book! I am a Chef in NYC, I recently changed jobs from being a head chef for a well known NYC restaurant to becoming a food service manager for a non for profit organization. Serving people in need with health issues and dietary restrictions has made me become an even better chef on learning what to bring to the table when being very careful with what is served to this population.I am a person that has many books and figured to take a chance and buy this one based on the reviews, and I…

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