Bowls have been a big deal for a while now, part of the trend toward healthy, crunchy, avocado toast-eating that culminated in a recent New York Times Food story that declared, “The Hippies Have Won.”
But other than jazzing up a bowl of oatmeal with banana slices, slivered almonds and honey, I’ve never been tempted to go back to the era of “The Moosewood Cookbook” for inspiration.
That is until is until I took a look at “Bowls of Plenty” (Grand Central Life & Style, $28), the new cookbook by James Beard award-winning food writer Carolynn Carreno. Click here for the rest of the story
Here are 4 other cookbooks to checkout if you want more grain bowl inspirations:
“Breakfast Bowls: 52 Nourishing Recipes to Kick-Start Your Day” by Caroline Griffiths (Smith Street Books, $19.95) — A collection of wholesome breakfast bowls — a new one for every week of the year — aimed to “inspire you to get back to a healthy way of living.”
“Grain Bowls: Bulgur Wheat, Quinoa, Barley, Rice, Spelt and More” by Anna Shillinglaw Hampton (Hardie Grant Books, $19.99) — Ancient grains for health-inspired home cooks with recipes for salads, vegetarian and vegan meals, and heartier bowls with meat and seafood.
“Nourish Bowls: Simple and Nutritious Balanced Meals in a Bowl” by Quadrille Publishing and Issy Crocker (Chronicle Books, $22.99) — Quick and easy international recipes for bowl-based dishes with rice, noodles and grains that include “all the nutritional elements in one meal.”
“Porridge: Oats + Seeds + Grains + Rice” by Anni Kravi (Quadrille Publishing, $19.99) — Over 50 recipes which take inspiration from porridges around the world, featuring sweet, savory, raw, soaked and cooked dishes and sugar-free, dairy-free and vegan options.