River Cottage Every Day Hardcover – 5 Oct 2009
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`Full of down-to-earth recipes that you long to try out' --Vanessa Berridge, Daily Express
`The recipes are refreshing and achievable, as Hugh goes back to basics to prove that everyday food can be wholesome, full of flavour and fun' --Cavan Scott, Countryfile
`This book shows you how to incorporate his philosophy into your own meals, through a great selection of delicious recipes.'
The most accessible, recipe-led River Cottage book yet, as featured on Channel 4 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Comfort Food and Feasts - aubergine pamigiana, pinto bean chilli
Heart Salads - spelt salad with squash and fennel, fish-free salad nicoise
Raw Assemblies - red cabbage, parsnip, orange and dates
Hefty Soups - Mexican tomato and bean soup, ribollita
Bready Things - vegiflette toastie, various rarebits
Store-cupboard Suppers - spring onion gallete, oven-roasted roots frittata
Pasta and Rice - baby carrot and pea risotto, vegeree
Mezze and Tapas - carrot hummus, Cambodian wedding day dip
Roast, Grill and BBQ - roasted aubergine boats
Side Dishes (including sweet asides) - runner beans with tomato and garlic, pumpkin and raisin tea loaf
Each chapter is stacked full of recipes that will keep you going with something new for a while. In addition, and this is something that runs through all HFW cookbooks, all recipies are achievable, quick/relatively quick to cook and contain ingredients that can all be purchased locally rather than online. I haven't found a single recipe that I will not try and again, in keeping with previous HFW cookbooks, he has outlined simple variations on the recipies and has thought about practicalities of some recipies by suggesting them as a simple, healthy alternatives to a boring sandwitch at lunch.
A fantastic cookbook. Highly recommended.
I've recently been focusing on the need to add more veg to my diet, but all my vegetarian cookbooks either try to replace meat (think tempeh and nut loaf),just chuck the veg with some pasta or into a pie, or have a list of exotic ingredients as long as your arm.
This book doesn't focus on what's missing in a vegetarian diet, but focuses on the veg and how to make them taste great in a number of simple ways. I've had the book for a month and used it at least 10 times. The recipes are easy to follow, the suggestions for modifications are brilliant, and the food just tastes good. Even my carnivore husband has complimented the recipes and asked for more!
Which brings me to another point - these recipes are very easy to chuck some chicken or fish into if you fancy. You just don't happen to miss it if you don't.
I have recommended this book to all my friends and will continue to use it on a regular basis. It's fab!
But this is a different kind of book. River Cottage Everyday is quite simply one of the more lovely and useful cookery books that I've been given in a while. It looks gorgeous - elegant layout, witty sketches and scribbles leaping from the pages alongside a photograph on every spread. And the recipes have had me slavering, or was it possibly even slobbering, as I've leafed through. The Lunch(box) section is great - beef with mustardy lentils and mint, pasties and frittata alongside three different 'slaws'. My kids are determined that we must create some of the fresh smoothies and the fishy section with quick fish soups, Thai fish curry and smoked fish and spinach omlette looks easy and yum. Oh and there's a whole section of imaginative (and potentially store cupboard friendly) salads.
I'm really chuffed with this book; whilst it is clearly for people who love food, it's been put together with such obvious enthusiasm that I reckon it's going to be an entertaining and easy ride from fridge to table. Definitely a book to keep by my side this autumn/winter and a cracking alternative to best-beloved tomes like Nigel Slater's Kitchen Diaries or my other firm favourite, Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook.
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This is a wonderful book for cooking vegetables. The recipes are great for non-vegetarians and most double-up as main course items for visiting veggies. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mac
I'm not a vegetarian but I do like to eat more veg than meat. Every single recipe I have tried from this book works first time and tastes incredible. Put simply who needs meat. Read morePublished 7 days ago by slaterm
This book is a veggie kitchen bible...honest easy to follow recipes for even the most culinary challenged...like mePublished 29 days ago by Jacquie
I'm not a vegetarian but I try to eat healthily and not eat too much meat. I also don't have much time for cooking and little inclination to search for obscure ingredients (yes, I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Speedolover
Brilliant book, loads of ideas, the food is simple, the pictures are attractive, makes me want to gorge my face in every kind of veg going!Published 1 month ago by K. Hyde
I am no longer vegetarian but love loads of veg cooked in tasty ways so I am keen to try these recipies outPublished 1 month ago by Annie