With more and more people foraging, it's natural to also want to know what to do with the foods one forages. Most foraging guides offer brief suggestions and guidelines, but Rooted Kitchen takes it a step further by providing actual recipes, along with a handful of tips on best harvesting practices. It's also got some genuinely gorgeous photos. The book is divided by season, making it easy to find the ingredient you want to showcase. Recipes range in difficulty, with something in here for every skill level. Most dishes are pescatarian, but include notes on vegetarian and vegan alternatives. If you or a friend has jumped into foraging and want to know what to do with everything you've harvested, this is a great place to start.
Thanks to NetGalley and Clarkson Potter for an advance copy. All thoughts in this review are my own.