Audience:General / adult
Dimensions:10.29in x 8.28 x 1.25 in | 2.86 lb
Page Count:328 pages
HUGELY POPULAR FOOD TREND: A skyrocketing trend to eat more plants shows no sign of stopping. Whether a vegetarian or just leaning into a few more veggie-based meals, everyone is looking for recipes.
FOCUS OF THE BOOK: Weeknight meals are the most challenging meal of the day/week. The book is written with this in mind and offers plenty of inspiration, ideas, and recipes specifically designed for busy lives complete with make ahead ideas, timing notes, and more.
AUTHOR PLATFORM: Evergreen Kitchen blog and Bri’s recipes have been featured in publications including Martha Stewart, Chatelaine, Clean Eating Magazine, and Elle. (Evergreen Kitchen stats: Instagram (50% U.S., 10% CAN, 90% women) 73K followers; blog (50% U.S., 33% CAN) 40K unique monthly vistors; Pinterest (40% US, 28% CAN, 83% women) 725K followers, 1.2M monthly views. Blog audience: U.S. top cities New York, LA, Chicago, Seattle; CAN top cities Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary). See Additional Selling Points for further breakdown and stats.
GORGEOUS PACKAGE: Anguel Dimov, Bri’s husband and professional photographer, shot all the bright and fresh photography for the book. A stunning package that showcases the deliciousness of the food.
One of The Globe and Mail’s “Seven fall cookbooks to inspire you to get into the kitchen”
Advance praise for Evergreen Kitchen:
“I’ve been a fan of Bri and Anguel’s bold photography and creative recipes for years, and I couldn’t be more excited to cook from this book! Every photo is absolutely mouthwatering, and every recipe is accessible, flavourful, and just plain fun. It doesn’t matter if you’re vegetarian or not—if you want to punch up your weeknight dinner rotation, this book belongs in your kitchen.”
—Jeanine Donofrio, bestselling author of Love & Lemons Every Day and The Love & Lemons Cookbook
“Flipping through Evergreen Kitchen, everything looks like the perfect, most delicious thing to eat for dinner tonight. My favourite cookbooks build a roadmap to flavour and nourishment through smart pantry stocking, and Bri does that so well here.”
—Laura Wright, award-winning author of The First Mess Cookbook
“Here’s a clear and inviting introduction into the vast world of vegetarian cooking. Bri’s Evergreen Kitchen offers brilliant tips and processes to fill your week with quick, highly-craveable, plant-forward dinners, so eating more vegetables becomes such a no-brainer. This book is my new best friend!”
—Jerrelle Guy, founder of the blog Chocolate for Basil and author of Black Girl Baking
“Bri’s exciting, photo-rich cookbook makes eating vegetarian meals more often easy and fun. You won’t find strict dogma or polarizing opinions here-just vibrant meals you’ll want to make and eat every day, like Lemongrass Coconut Rice with Roasted Eggplant, Miso Ginger Glazed Squash, Smoky Gouda Mushroom Melts, and a whole chapter on toothsome noodles you won’t want to miss. Whether you want to drop meat entirely or just put delicious plant-forward food front and centre, Evergreen Kitchen is your ticket.” —Sarah Copeland, author of Feast, Every Day is Saturday, and Instant Family Meals
“I’ve been drooling over Bri’s plant-forward creations for years and I’m thrilled to see her debut vegetarian cookbook, Evergreen Kitchen, come to life! Bri sums it up perfectly when she promises recipes that are: ’Mostly healthy. Occasionally indulgent. Always full of flavour.’ I love the wide array of weeknight-friendly mains that will breathe new inspiration into your kitchen and bust any cooking rut.”
—Angela Liddon, New York Times bestselling author of The Oh She Glows Cookbook, Oh She Glows Every Day, and Oh She Glows for Dinner
“With beautiful photography and inspiring yet approachable dishes, it’s the kind of book home cooks find themselves turning to over and over.”
—The Globe and Mail
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