The Seasonal Cookbook

The Seasonal Cookbook

by Diana Peacock, Paul Peacock
     
 

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If you grow your own vegetables, or are able to shop at a farmer's market or farm shop, or you are lucky enough to have an old fashioned greengrocer and good local butcher, then this book will help you enjoy food at the peak of its flavour. The textures and tastes gained from cooking fresh ingredients in traditional ways will bring you a new cuisine - garden

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If you grow your own vegetables, or are able to shop at a farmer's market or farm shop, or you are lucky enough to have an old fashioned greengrocer and good local butcher, then this book will help you enjoy food at the peak of its flavour. The textures and tastes gained from cooking fresh ingredients in traditional ways will bring you a new cuisine - garden cuisine; the taste of fresh seasonal food, grown and picked when nature intended it to be picked, and cooked in way that enhances its natural flavour. The Seasonal Cookbook starts with growing fruit and vegetables, and then shows you how to use seasonal produce to create some wonderful dishes. It's cooking the way cooking used to be. Relish the subtle flavours to be had from a roast turnip, and savour the exciting versatility of carrots! You will discover: - Fresh Spring vegetables, juicy Spring lamb and Easter treats - Summer fruit, delicious salads, and tasty barbeque meals - Warming and wholesome meals to sustain you through the long winter, plus authentic Christmas fare - How to use autumn's harvest to provide 'plenty' through the winter months. Each section has the how-to of growing and the how-to of cooking brought together - as though Diana had asked Paul to gather such and such an ingredient from the garden for supper.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781905862375
Publisher:
Spring Hill / How To Books
Publication date:
08/15/2010
Pages:
278
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.80(d)

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Diana and Paul Peacock write about growing and cooking food, picked from the earth and cooked in all its freshness, in the middle of one of Britain's biggest cities,Manchester. They edit the Home Farmer Magazine and are authors of a number of books on cookery and self-sufficiency, including The Urban Hen, Patio Produce and Good Home Cooking.

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