My first cookbook, featuring 114 vegetarian recipes. Arranged by season and with extra chapters on kitchen basics and easy fermented foods, most of the recipes are vegan and more than half are gluten-free.
Publisher: Appetite by Random House, 1st edition (2021)
Available in most bookstores and almost everywhere online.
Beautiful, simple, seasonal! Alexandra has created such an inspiring collection of recipes built on seasonal produce and flavours with a garden-to-table focus spanning greens to chocolate and everything in between.
creator of the blog Feasting on Fruit
Alexandra’s food philosophy is incredibly honest and approachable. With this cookbook, she has created a beautiful collection of recipes that spark joy—a riot of colours and celebration of vegetables with evocative photography that makes you want to draw up a chair and reach for the food.
author of Tasty Express and creator of the blog Cook Republic
Alexandra’s recipes are beautiful. I love her creative use of seasonal produce and her gorgeous book is a true celebration of vibrant plant-based eating. This is vegetarian food at its best—I want to devour the whole book.
author of Rebel Recipes
Alexandra has put together a collection of nourishing recipes that encourage readers both to cook intuitively and to eat with the seasons. Her sumptuous photography will have you running to the kitchen to whip up batches of sweet corn and zucchini pakora and apple hazelnut waffles.
author of Alternative Baker
Alexandra’s food is pure goodness. Her recipes are modern, featuring a beautiful simplicity and creative flair. This stunning, holistic cookbook will inspire you to cook from scratch in the most nourishing way.
bestselling author of Bowls of Goodness
This book is brimming with the best balance of creative and surprising recipes, with familiar classics, reimagined. I love how Alexandra weaves her love of seasonality and earth connection throughout the whole book. Her approach to food, in a listen-to-your-body kind of way, is a balancing antidote to the often intimidating and narrow ways we’ve come to understand ‘healthiness.’ Bravo!
holistic nutritionist and creator of My New Roots