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The Allotment Cookbook

The Allotment Cookbook

Telling the food story of spring, summer, autumn and winter, this is the definitive guide to cooking the right things all through the year. When it comes to the tastiest food, keeping in touch with the rhythm of nature allows us to cook the most delicious recipes with the freshest, most flavoursome ingredients.

Each dish is a celebration of the best of local British produce, from Fishcakes with Wilted Chard, Red Pepper and Feta Fritters, Rocket Pesto with Sirloin and Panna cotta with Poached Rhubarb, The Allotment Cookbook follows seasonal produce to restore a natural way of eating. You don’t need to have an allotment or big kitchen garden to enjoy this book; although all the ingredients can be found in the shops, have a go at growing your own in the garden, in a scrap of ground or in a pot on a windowsill – it’s so easy and is one of life’s most satisfying pleasures. The Allotment Cookbook is a joyful guide to a sustainable and nourishing way of life.
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Genre: Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

On Sale: 4th February 2016

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9780297871095

Reviews

THE ALLOTMENT COOKBOOK is very much a plot-to-plate collection of seasonal recipes, inspired by what grows throughout the year. With just a few simple illustrations and no photographs... and is all the better for it.
Crumbs magazine
Whether you're one of the many thousands of Britons who plough their own furrow, or are simply interested in a more sustainable way of eating, this book offers plenty of ideas for cooking with seasonal, local produce.
The Lady
Pete has turned his food expertise and love of gardening into a book inspired by a year in his garden. From what to plant, to how to cook it, this is a celebration of homegrown food.
BBC Good Food magazine
With brilliant recipe ideas for keen gardeners or anyone looking for seasonal inspiration, THE ALLOTMENT COOKBOOK by Pete Lawrence pays tribute to glorious home-grown produce.
Rachel Khoo, EVENT, Mail on Sunday