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The Commons : Year of Growing, Cooking and Eating on Fat Pig Farm - Matthew Evans

The Commons

Year of Growing, Cooking and Eating on Fat Pig Farm

Hardcover Available: 1st November 2019
ISBN: 9781743795392
Number Of Pages: 320

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We all want more air in our lives. Brighter skies, slower days, more time for growing, for cooking, for family. In The Commons, a book inspired by the hit SBS television show Gourmet Farmer, Matthew Evans captures Fat Pig Farm’s year of growing, cooking and feasting. It’s part how-to, part evocative diary, part cookbook (with more than 100 recipes).

It’s the perfect inspiration for those about to embark on a simpler life, a handy reference for those who already have done just that, and a vicarious solution for those who just want to dream the dream without leaving home.

ISBN: 9781743795392
ISBN-10: 1743795394
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Available: 1st November 2019
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Dimensions (cm): 27.0 x 21.5
Weight (kg): 55.73

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Matthew Evans

About the Author


Matthew Evans is a former chef and food critic turned Tasmanian smallholder. He is the author of nine books on food, including the authoritative Real Food Companion, his autobiography Never Order Chicken on a Monday, and the recently co-authored Gourmet Farmer Deli Book

He writes regularly for Feast magazine, and he has recently finished filming the third series of the SBS television series Gourmet Farmer which will air on SBS on 14th March 2013.

Matthew’s other project is A Common Ground, an artisan Tasmanian foodstore he co owns with Nick Haddow, which also specialises in regional produce events.

Matthew is a strong believer in Real Food; food where the provenance is known and the producer valued. He believes in home cooking, using the seasons and your geography as the guide. It is his hope that more and more people will try to grow their own food (just start with parsley and go from there), or know exactly where their produce is coming from. 

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