I stumbled upon Ottolenghi soon after I arrived to London when I was discovering all of its different neighborhoods. All of their locations are a tube ride and walk away so I don't frequent it as much as I'd like, but now I have Plenty, a delicious compilation of Ottolenghi's best dishes, and all vegetarian to boot. I'm not a veggie by any means, but realize that meat does not a meal make, and its better for my body and the planet to limit meat intake.
Plenty is exactly what this book is. Plenty of recipes, pictures, and ideas for what to do with your CSA. I barely flipped through the first few pages when I came across a recipe for a warm potato salad with semi-soft quail's eggs. Basically, as soon as you take your cooked Jersey Royals (or New Potato) out of their scalding hot water, you slice them in half or quarters. Toss with a freshly made pesto, petit pois peas and finely shredded mint. Add halved semi-soft boiled quail's eggs. As Ottolenghi says, this is a very posh version of an ordinary spud salad.
I know this cookbook isn't as easy to get in the States just yet, but if you leave a comment you may just win one! This contest is open to everyone and the winner will be chosen at random in two weeks, May 18th - This contest is now closed. The winner is Lisa of dandysugar!