In the age of the farmers market and the farm produce delivery box, Grow Harvest Cook takes the reader one step further with 200 seasonal recipes to cook from the ground up. Celebrating the pleasure of creating and eating from your own edible garden (whatever the size), it's both a guide to living well and the antidote to our fast food, high consumption supermarket culture. Watch your peas grow through winter and in spring, reap the rewards with a Warm Prawn, Pea and Avocado Salad. Plant your beetroot in Autumn and warm those winter nights with a Beetroot and Goats Cheese Tart and celebrate summer with berries, basil, stone fruits and many more mouth-watering ingredients and recipes. Whatever the season, you'll be harvesting a bounty of goodness grown with your own two hands. This gorgeous 400-page book takes the reader through over 80 types of produce u from Almonds to zucchini u providing simple information about growing conditions and harvesting tips, then following into recipes and ideas for using up your produce, including preserving, drying and freezing. Based on the blog of the same name, the authors, designer and photographer of Grow Harvest Cook have reinvented the meaning of homemade and created a work that truly celebrates good food.
About the Author
Meredith Kirton professes a lifelong commitment to gardening and horticulture. She has had a varied career including writing, garden tour guiding, design and speaking at various events across Australia. Her latest book Harvest recently won the Horticultural Media Association's Silver Laurel award for Best Gardening Book. Mandy Sinclair is a Sydney based food writer and home economist with over 20 years experience in the food industry. Whilst food is her passion, the commitment to promoting fresh, seasonal produce is something that is close to Mandy's heart and is evident in her recipe writing. Sue Stubbs has been working for over 15 years in photography capturing evocative images of interiors, food, people and gardens. Sue's talent has been recognised internationally receiving awards in the International Garden Photographer (UK) 2009 Competition. Sue Cadzow has been working as a graphic designer for over 20 years. Her career has covered book and magazine design, illustration, logo and corporate design, brochures and stationery, web design and now, the Grow Harvest Cook website.
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This is a well put together book by the Grow Harvest Cook team, one I highly recommend and would buy as a gift for others. It is a locally written book so therefore all the growing and cooking information is relevant to our region, which is always a bonus.
"Reviewing the pages of this combo gardening and recipe book has made me eager to start receiving something that's been picked fresh, locally. Between the photos and recipes, the summing growing and harvesting season can't begin soon enough for me. As you turn each page, you will discover spectacular, full-color photographs...I become hungry, always a good sign for a cookbook. The recipes I've sampled have delivered on their promise of fresh, tasty meals." -"About.com"" " "The book is well laid out and easy to use, with a good list of contents at the front and a very useful index at the rear. I found lots of suggestions for combining some ingredients which were fresh and new to me and I think that is this book's best feature - it gets you thinking about different ways to use familiar ingredients. This is a solid, hardback book - which looks like it will withstand being handled in the kitchen without falling to bits, a huge bonus if you have ever had old favorite paperback books disintegrate due to handling! This book also has some lovely illustrations and beautiful photographs. "Grow Harvest Cook" has been added to the bookshelves." -"the-compostbin.com"
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 1st September 2013
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 18.5 x 4.7
Weight (kg): 1.52