Nowadays it seems that if I have a vegetable ingredient and I want to find a recipe to use it, I can just do a search on the Internet and find a dozen interesting possibilities in five minutes. However, there's still something about having an actual cookbook on hand that I can bring into the kitchen and spill on, and that I can trust because I've tried the author's recipes.
Let's share in the comments. Do you still use printed cookbooks, or are you all about the web? What's your favorite cookbook for vegetable recipes? Do you have a favorite recipe from that book? Is there a blog or website you prefer for online recipes?
Alas, it is out of print, but used copies can be found - Bookfinder tells me it can be had for as little as $16.41. Or you could check libraries.