River Cottage Fruit Every Day! Hardcover – 10 Oct 2013
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Practical, tempting and easy to follow (Good Housekeeping)
Vibrant (Top Sante)
Expands your knowledge of flavour combinations, so you can feel confident experimenting with new sweet and savoury tastes (Great British Food Magazine)
Instant appeal. Well done, Hugh! (Delicious)
To tie in with major new TV series River Cottage to the Core, this is a cookbook that puts fruit at the centre of our everyday eating, where it belongs.See all Product Description
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Compliments to Bloomsbury on the design except for one complaint that the introduction is almost unreadable because of the very poor contrast between black print and shiny fuschia pink paper.
This new book, 'River Cottage Fruit everyday' is no different.
I purchased the accompanying volume River Cottage Veg Every Day! (River Cottage Every Day) on its release hoping that it would inspire me to have more of an open mind towards vegetables and encourage me to experiment, this it most definitely did.
I have purchased this new volume with the same intention; I love the taste of fruit and want to eat more, but have always struggled with eating it, often the texture itself putting me off (I know, I'm weird).
This book has a huge amount of recipes, both sweet and savoury, that combine all manner of fruits and some of the combinations are inspired.
As with all the River Cottage books it is beautifully presented; 416 pages, filled with very attractive photography and also bright and colourful graphics.
There are a number of main sections:
1. Summer berries & currants
3. Stone Fruit
5. Pears & quinces
6. Hedgerow fruit
7. Figs, melons, grapes & more
8. Tropical favourites
9. Citrus fruit
10. Dried fruit
11. Uncommon fruit
Each of these sections has an introduction concerning the fruit; there is also a directory included that lists related websites and businesses.Read more ›
All in all, it is a decent book, and hats off to Hugh for thinking about the idea of Fruit in food, which some of us love. No other author has done anything in this area, but the book needed a lot more imagination and again, needed to steer clear of desserts to offer something different.
Bravo to Hugh for both the series and book
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent, have already tried some recipes with great success.Published 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
Just moved and gained an orchard. I love fruit in sweet and savoury dishes so I am keen to try these recipiesPublished 1 month ago by Annie
Great cook book from the river cottage series, clear and easy to follow.Published 1 month ago by kevin harnden
Wow another fab book can't wait to give the recipes a try. Arrived on time well packagedPublished 4 months ago by Siwsan Miller
great food to try and make yourself i found them easy to folloePublished 4 months ago by Maria Rosaria Granelli
I've tried and liked a lot of recipes from this book. Local fruits, exotic in different combinations with savoury and sweet dishes are all so good.Published 5 months ago by Allbeter
I keep saying I won't be buying any more cookery books because my shelves are heaped with them but I couldn't resist this one, particularly as I already own a copy of Hugh's Veg... Read morePublished 5 months ago by H. Spencer