It’s basically summer, which means two things: Fresh veggies and fresh herbs. Your gardens burst with abundance; farmers’ markets overflow with options. So why not go crazy?
Sure, you could buy any old greens, chop up some tomatoes and other good-looking finds, and create a salad that’s perfectly healthy and perfectly ordinary. But vegetables can be so much more fun than that, as Israeli-British author Yotam Ottolenghi makes so obvious in his vivid and imaginative cookbooks.