Plenty - Vibrant Vegetable Recipes From London's OttolenghiBy Yotam OttolenghiVegetables have long been an after thought in the culinary world. Recently, however, They have begun taking center stage amongst chefs around the globe. Yotam Ottolenghi, the London based author of the weekly "New Vegetarian" column in the Gaurdian newspaper, has written a terrific new cookbook based solely on vegetables that highlights their unique and delectable flavors.Plenty is a gorgeuously photographed tome that extoles the beauty and deliciousness inherent in vegetables. Recipes take a unique and fresh approach to vegetables, including such tantalizing recipes as celeriac and lentils with hazelnut and mint, and Globe Artichokes with Crushed Fava Beans. Ottolenghi's singular focus on ingredients is also apparant in his unconvential way of dividing chapters by separating recipes by ingredient. This novel approach manages to emphasize the unique versatility of each individual vegetable's incredible flavor. With 120 recipes, each accompanied by exquisite photos, Plenty is a beautiful cookbook that is sure to delight vegetarians and meat eaters alike.