Amy Chaplin - dubbed the "Goddess of Healthy Delights" by the editors of Martha Stewart Living - is the former executive chef of New York's renowned vegan restaurant Angelica Kitchen and a recipe developer, teacher, and private chef whose clients include Natalie Portman and Liv Tyler. Chaplin's vegan and vegetarian cuisine has appeared in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Vogue, New York magazine, the Guardian, the Huffington Post, Vegetarian Times, and Garden Design, and she contributes to Vogue.com, MarthaStewart.com, and Food Network's Healthy Eats blog. She teaches classes and workshops internationally, and her previous book, At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen, won IACP and James Beard awards. Find her on Instagram and Twitter @amychaplin.
Named one of the Best New Cookbooks for Fall 2019 by Bon
Appetit, Chowhound, Epicurious, and Mind Body
"There's no shortage of vegetarian cookbooks out there, but it's rare that I find one that inspires me page after page as much as Amy Chaplin's Whole Food Cooking Every Day. . . . And since most of the recipes in the book are designed to keep for five days or longer, you can mix and match a few recipes to make a week's worth of healthy meals, even on a busy schedule."
"A treasure trove of healthy nourishment."
"Some cookbook authors have earned my complete trust, and Amy Chaplin is one of them. I've never made a thing I didn't love from her stunning first book. . . . [Her] latest, Whole Food Cooking Every Day, starts with the same philosophy as her first -- that cooking with ingredients as close to their natural state as possible can be inspiring and nourishing. But this time, she sets out to make the prospect even more accessible, using base recipes for pastas, soups, nut butters, sauces, beans, muffins and more, and then expanding each with multiple variations."
"For anyone looking to add more plants to their plate, this cookbook by James Beard award-winner Amy Chaplin is a must."
"This cookbook highlights [whole foods] in master recipes that can then be transformed into multiple satisfying meals throughout the week so it's actually easy to stick to your best intentions (without sacrificing any flavor)."
"This is less a cookbook than an encyclopedia of healthy food. . . . It's a book of recipes, but it's also a book about how to cook and eat in a healthful way, making it a must-have for anyone looking to make over their mealtimes."
--Mind Body Green
"Nicely illustrated with close-up color photographs, this book encourages cooks to try new ingredients and techniques to make healthier food."
"In the realm of healthy cooking, Chaplin has made a name for herself for her comprehensive approach to whole foods, gluten-free fare, vegetarian dishes, and vegan options. Here, she offers the home cook more instruction on how to achieve delicious foods within healthy parameters."
"If you're looking for a book to guide and inspire beautiful, nutrition-packed meals, Whole Food Cooking Every Day is it. An incredible resource filled with meal-planning ideas, compelling photos, and everything I want to cook right now."
--Heidi Swanson, author of Super Natural Every Day
"Amy Chaplin's new book is appealing on every level. The recipes are simple and down-to-earth, healthful yet mouthwatering. This is real food."
--David Tanis, chef, New York Times columnist, and author of David Tanis Market Cooking
"A colorful and joyful look at whole food cooking. I want to cook every single recipe."
--Anna Jones, chef and author of The Modern Cook's Year
"Amy shows you how to source ingredients, cook with care, build layers of flavor, and lighten up your meals with color and texture."
--Neal Harden, chef, abcV
"Whole Food Cooking Every Day is a stunning selection of Amy's key recipes. Colorful, informative, and simply brilliant, it unveils how easy and fabulous whole food cooking can be every day!"
--David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, Green Kitchen Stories
"What I love most about Amy's approach to cooking is that it is both aspirational and realistic. This genius book inspires even the most trepidatious person to explore the world of nourishing whole foods."
--Sarah Britton, holistic nutritionist and author of My New Roots