Since 2010, Kim O'Donnel has penned three vegetarian books, amounting to more than 300 recipes. They are, in reverse chronological order:

Photo: Charity Burggraaf  

Photo: Charity Burggraaf

 

PNW Veg

A celebration of the extraordinary produce, legumes, and grains of this country's left-hand corner. From artichokes to wild rice, blackberries to orca beans, PNW Veg serves up 100 plant-forward ways to eat with the seasons, wherever you live. On bookshelves everywhere May 9, 2017 and available for pre-order.

Sassy sister Kim O’Donnel digs deep into the Pacific Northwest for a fresh crop of recipes as fun as they are fascinating. Foraging for new ingredients while putting a spin on old favorites, she grooves on greens and grains, proves her mettle with the nettle, and picks a peck of (local) produce sure to turn even the most devout carnivore into a veg lover.”
— Nancy Leson, KNKX Radio, food commentator

Meat Lover's Meatless Celebrations (2012)

“The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations is a glorious collection of globe-trotting menus for tasty meat-free feasts to share with your friends and family, from the diehard carnivores to the ardent carbon-cutters!”
— Laurie David, environmentalist, producer, and author of  The Family Dinner
Photo: Claire Barboza

Photo: Claire Barboza

Twenty-six menus for year-round holidays, festive occasions and cooking for a "mixed-diet" crowd, or when you want to "feast without the roast beast."

 

Meat Lover's Meatless cookbook (2010)

I can’t think of a more cordial or welcoming tone with which to invite possibly skeptical meat eaters into the world of delicious, accessible plant-based cooking. Kim O’Donnel’s recipes will draw everyone into a big, share tent of healthier eating.
— Mollie Katzen, author of Moosewood Cookbook
Photo: Myra Kohn

Photo: Myra Kohn

By a meat lover for meat lovers, Meat Lover's Meatless Cookbook dishes up a collection of  52 menus — one for every week of the year — to help diehard meat eaters take a break, for both their health and the planet. No dogma or rules — just really good chow that happens to be meatless.