Tiny Kitchen Feast is a fresh and exciting cookbook with more than 60 plant-based recipes, inspired by author Natalie Rodriguez’s life on the road. As a trained chef and ‘vanlifer’, Natalie shows us that cooking in a tiny kitchen can result in bold, dynamic and ‘un-boring’ meals.
Life on the road doesn’t mean sacrificing good food. Alongside her delicious and flavourful recipes drawn from her Puerto Rican heritage, Natalie reveals the lessons she’s learned while cooking on the road.
Along with her wife Abigail, Natalie started an Instagram account and the YouTube channel Let’s Play Ride and Seek (which have over 30K and 41K followers respectively) where she shares jaw-dropping photos of her travels as well as delicious recipe reels. Her easy and accessible recipes are proof that wholesome food can be made by any cook, in almost any space.
This book is perfect for the home cook who is looking for bold and flavourful dishes but might not have a spacious kitchen. Start the day with a C.B.L.T. (coconut bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich), before moving onto tantalising appetisers like roasted-strawberry bruschetta and campfire-inspired grilled tempeh kabobs with miso-plum glaze. Natalie also provides new twists on hearty favourites like smoked poblano and Manchego mac ‘n cheese, as well as saffron pineapple lemonade.
Tiny Kitchen Feasts is a book of interesting, plant-based recipes to cook in any (tiny) space.