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Vibrant Food by Kimberley Hasselbrink is a cookbook with a focus on eating in-season produce.
This book is beautifully designed. There are a generous number of photos accompanying the recipes, which is one of the top things I look for in a cookbook. Hasselbrink’s recipes sometimes take expected seasonal produce, like berries and tomatoes for summer, and allow those everyday items to shine in their own dishes.
However, I was disappointed to find that many of the recipes are for salads. More than I liked. Perhaps that is to be expected in a cookbook which focuses on produce, but I rarely look up recipes for salads, as those are the sorts of meals I can easily throw together myself.
**I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.**