Two books I have co-authored launch this Saturday at The Udder Farm Shop.
Fresh vegetables are the basis of real food, bringing vitality, health and taste.
Vegetables are good for us so how can we make more of them?
These two books will show you how.
First, the recipes cook the veg from scratch.
Queen of Italian cookery writer, (Nigella’s mentor) Anna del Conte, says of the recipes by local food enthusiast and recipe creator, Patricia Harbottle:
“The recipes in these books are a joy to read and an even bigger joy to eat.
I was particularly captivated by the section of one-pot dishes, which I love to cook – the end result is delicious in its balance of flavours and perfect in its balance of nutrients.
Pat is a cook after my own heart!”
As well as cooking from scratch, the books show you how to grow from seed.
Correct me if I am wrong but few gardening books are aimed at the inadequate gardener, such as yours truly.
So when I teamed up with organic horticulturalist, Peter Chadwick, I made sure I asked all the right questions. Example: “What is a ‘module’?”
Peter answered ever-so-patiently, even my inner child could understand.
So if you work withor have never grown a bean or squash from seed – try these books.
If you want to enjoy eating more veg – read these books.
In fact – I have a few to give away in return for a review (i.e. like this one on Amazon.).
Interested? Leave a comment and I will contact you.
Alternatively buy the books and get 20% off per book – quote the code MMV20 when ordering.
Love and vegetable blessings, Elisabeth
PS I cooked Squash Mousse for pudding and it was delicious.