This is really a wonderful little cookbook, created by the editor of Instructables.com. Includes a fully linked Table-of-Contents, and also includes links to the website, directly to the recipes and the individual member who contributed the recipe. There are 12 recipes in all, and each includes nice clear pictures, and step-by-step, very detailed instructions (down to the tiniest details, which is almost over-kill on some recipes, but may come in handy for less-experienced cooks), with pictures for each step. Preparing less common ingredients include further detailed instructions (example: How to "salt and sweat" eggplant).
Most of the recipes also include links to the website, with related recipes.
Because the recipes include each step, the recipes (and photos) are spread over several pages, making it be possibly a little bit too many flipping pages back-and-forth. I noticed one of the recipes had a one-page "printer-friendly" synapses of the entire recipe, and think the entire cook-book could have benefited from this tactic. (This is the only reason I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 - would like to have all recipes in a "condensed" version as well).
Some of the recipes included are:
How to Prepare Scrumptious Caponata
Fiery Pumpkin Somosas
Veggie Mexican Lasagne (Yummy!)
Easy Vegetarian Chile