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Book Title: River Cottage: Fruit Every Day!|
The author of the book: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 37.77 MB
ISBN 13: 9781408828595
Date of issue: 2013
Read full description of the books:'Fruit is the best, most bountiful and bounciest food we have, and eating more of it can bring us nothing but pleasure and good health. I've written this book not to tell you why - I think that's obvious - but to show you how.'
Includes many inventive fruit-including recipes - from pizzas to roasts to ice cream - divided by fruit type: Summer berries & currants, Rhubarb, Stone fruit, Apples, Pears & Quinces, Hedgerow fruit, Figs, Melons, Grapes & more, Tropical favourites, Citrus Fruit, Dried fruit, Uncommon fruits.
Read information about the authorHugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is a British celebrity chef, smallholder, television presenter, journalist, food writer and "real food" campaigner, known for his back-to-basics philosophy.
A talented writer, broadcaster and campaigner, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is widely known for his uncompromising commitment to seasonal, ethically produced food and has earned a huge following through his River Cottage TV series and books.
His early smallholding experiences were shown in the Channel 4 River Cottage series and led to the publication of The River Cottage Cookbook (2001), which won the Glenfiddich Trophy and the André Simon Food Book of the Year awards.
The success of the show and the books allowed Hugh to establish River Cottage HQ near Bridport in 2004.
In the same year, Hugh published The River Cottage Meat Book to wide acclaim and won a second André Simon Food Book of the Year Award.
He has just finished filming his most recent series, which accompanies his most recent book, River Cottage Every Day.
He continues to write as a journalist, including a weekly column in The Guardian and is Patron of the National Farmers’ Retail and Markets Association (FARMA).
River Cottage HQ moved in 2006, to a farm near the Dorset/Devon border, where visitors can take a variety of courses. http://www.rivercottage.net
During River Cottage Spring (2008) Hugh helped a group of Bristol families start a smallholding on derelict council land.
The experience was so inspiring he decided to see if it would work nationwide, and Landshare was created to bring keen growers and landowners together. The movement now includes more than 50,000 people.
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