Sqirl restaurant, located at the edge of Los Angeles’s funky Silver Lake neighborhood, is a Clean Plates pick for good reason. The five-year-old breakfast and lunch joint showcases seasonal produce, and clean meats and dairy sourced from small, family-owned California farms, along with the inventive, globally inspired cooking of chef Jessica Koslow. Now, with the publication of her cookbook Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking, you can get a taste of Koslow’s trendsetting food no matter where you are in the country (or—if you’re in Los Angeles—without braving Sqirl’s notoriously long lines).

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