Hungry? The innocent recipe book for filling your family with good stuff Hardcover – 26 May 2011
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About the Author
Back in 1999, Richard, Adam and Jon got a bit bored of the jobs they were doing. They realised they were leading unhealthy lives, always working late and eating rubbish food when they got home, watching too much telly. So after years of talking about starting a business, they put their money where their mouths were. They bought £500 worth of fruit, crushed it all up to make smoothies and sold them from a stall at a little music festival in London. Above the stall was a big sign saying 'Do you think we should give up our jobs to make these smoothies?' and put out a bin saying 'YES' and a bin saying 'NO'. At the end of the weekend the 'YES' bin was so full so they went in the next day and resigned. The following day, innocent was was set up.
Since then, we’ve gotten a bit bigger. There now around 200 odd people working at Fruit Towers, our smoothies are sold all over the UK, Ireland and Europe and we’re dabSincebling in vegetables through our veg pots, not to mention having the odd music festival, pop up café and village fete every now and then.
Despite having grown and started making more stuff, we’re still all about helping make being healthy that little bit easier and tastier. Which is why we wrote this recipe book. We believe that there’s nothing more important, nutritionally or socially, than getting everyone sat together at meal times, excited about the stuff that’s on their plate. Even better, we reckon that this book will have them clearing their plates, and maybe even helping with the washing up. Though we can’t guarantee that last bit.
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Top Customer Reviews
One star off for there being quite a lot of waffle and also because the pictures, whilst amusing, aren't often of the food.
but better still was page 274 and the story of harrison, his toothbrush, the dragon, his rocket boots and the prawn army. fantastic. i would recommend buying the book simply for this story. yes, the recipes all look great, but its the filler bits, the bits you read while not even cooking or thinking of cooking that make this book what it is. and its unlike anything else you are going to buy.
I have only two slight negatives - too many arty pictures of raw vegetables instead of finished dishes, and the guide that most of the main courses should be served with "big green salad" or "chop chop salad". I didn't love either of these salads so alternative suggestions for some of the other great vegetable dishes in the book would have been much better.
Overall though, a great book and the absence of celebrity chefs was a welcome change.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good book. Easy instructions. Brilliant photos and valuable informationsPublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
Book fine but seems a very big coincidence that with in the next few days I get a call from my credit card co to say someone has been trying to use my details online and this was... Read morePublished on 12 Nov. 2013 by gaynor
Recommended. Really good book, with good ideas, tips and recipes. I have made good use of this book which was a bargain price.Published on 11 Oct. 2013 by Linda
I was really pleased with this book. I bought second hand so it was a real bargain and it's jam packed full of recipes and info so it was amazing value for money! Read morePublished on 20 July 2013 by Rhea Freeman