Martha Stewart’s Vegetables book

There are so many fun things to share in today’s post!  Earlier this month, Martha Stewart released her newest cookbook, entitled “Vegetables”.  I was beyond thrilled to receive a signed copy and giggled with glee when it arrived at my doorstep!  I love sharing things with you all, so I am extra excited because I am also doing a Martha Stewart’s Vegetables book GIVEAWAY… and did I mentioned, it’s also signed!!  Head to the bottom for more info on entering!

Delicious Martha-Stewart-Celery Root and Potato Rosti vegetable recipe, Delineate Your Dwelling
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In this gorgeous Vegetables book, she shares a wealth of information for the every day cook on the topic of vegetables.  The book is broken into chapters by bulbs, roots, tubers, leaves, shoots, kernels, pods, stalks + stems, greens, flowers + bulbs and fruits.  Each chapter then shares a history on that section of vegetables and the basics for seasons, buying, storing, notable varieties, etc… I was fascinated with all the information shared for each type of vegetable.  With 150 recipes you will see veggies that are familiar and many that are new!

Martha Stewart vegetable-book
Vegetables styled on Martha Stewart Macy’s Luncheon Plates + Buffet Dinnerware Plates.

I wanted to try a recipe that combined both familiar and new, so I choose to make a Celery Root + Potato Rosti.

Ingredients: Yukon Gold Potatoes | Celery Root | Salt | Pepper | Extra Virgin Olive Oil | Chives | Sour Cream

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A potato rosti is started on the stove in a cast iron skillet and then finished in the oven.  It took me a little over an hour to make.

Delicious Martha-Stewart-Celery Root and Potato Rosti vegetable recipe, Delineate Your Dwelling
This dish reminded me of a much more tasty hash brown.  I can’t recall having celery root before, but it was fairly easy to find in the grocery and it added a lovely mild celery/parsley taste.

Note: I halved the salt amount stated in the cookbook and it seemed to be perfect.

Delicious Martha-Stewart-Celery Root and Potato Rosti vegetable recipe, Delineate Your Dwelling

Remember the more ways you enter, the better your chances are for winner! 
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And the fun isn’t quite over yet….The 2016 American Made NY Summit is coming soon and I am able to offer you a 20% discount off on tickets with DYDAmericanMade code!  You can see the amazing weekend full of speakers, experiences and opportunities. For more information click here.

American Made
OCTOBER 21 – 23
 MARTHA STEWART HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK CITY

Please join us for our 5th Anniversary!

The American Made NY Summit is a high-impact, two-day event that brings the nation’s most influential innovators, celebrity entrepreneurs, and successful small-business owners to one place to inspire both potential makers and makers who are ready to take their businesses to the next level.

Only 500 participants have access to these powerful keynote speeches and intimate panels targeted to individual goals.

This is your chance to connect with fellow makers and industry leaders from around the U.S. at Martha Stewart’s iconic headquarters.

Plus, enjoy our maker’s market and special access (with discounts) to Martha’s favorite purveyors around New York City.

5 thoughts on “Martha Stewart’s Vegetables book

  1. OMG that recipe look DELISH! And great to know that reducing the salt didn’t seem to talk a toll on the flavor. I had to pin this, it’ll be on the menu very soon! 🙂

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