Most moms are on a mission to get their kids to eat more vegetables. While my daughter used to throw back broccoli and cauliflower as a baby, she’s much more cautious with veggies these days.
I have a confession to make: I have a veggie complex. My cooked vegetables never seem to taste as good as they do in restaurants or from other cooks. So I’ve been on a quest to enhance the flavor of vegetables during cooking.
About a week ago, I got a present in the mail to help solve this problem.
Good Books, the publishers of the Fix-It and Forget-It series, sent me another book to review (last week I reviewed the Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook). This book, Fix-It and Enjoy-It Healthy Cookbook, is different from the others in the series because it’s not for slow cookers. Instead, the book contains plant-based main and side dish recipes that are prepared in the oven or stove-top. And like the other Fix It books, all the recipes are submitted by home cooks. (more…)