The four seasons each provide us with a vast array of edible produce that reaches its peak of flavour and abundance. This appealing cookbook contains 65 delicious recipes for seasonal eating. Included in each season are a range of side dishes, appetizing main meals and delicious desserts. Finally there are recipes for sauces, chutneys and breads that provide additional flavours to pep up everyday meals. With recipes for every kind of occasion from easy supper to family lunches and dinner party entertaining, there is something to please everyone. Over 280 specially commissioned photographs inspire and guide, and nutritional information is provided throughout so you can plan your meals. Farmers' Market Seasonal Cookbook Making the most of fresh organic produce in 65 delicious recipes, shown step by step in 280 photographs Ysanne Spevack CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
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About the Author Ysanne Spevack founded www.OrganicFoodee.com in 1999, the world's leading organic food blog. A British writer living in Los Angeles, she has had books published in the UK and the USA about organic and real food, including Organic Cookbook, The Real Taste of Japan, and Fresh & Wild Cookbook: A Real Food Adventure, which was originally commissioned by Whole Foods Market. As an organic food and lifestyle specialist, she has written and broadcasted for the Los Angeles Times Food Section, Reuters, Rodale (USA), and the BBC. Ysanne is currently writing a new book about American food. She teaches private cooking classes, and creates delicious organic dinner parties for her clients in Los Angeles, specializing in dairy-free, sugar-free, wheat-free desserts that everyone can enjoy.
Biblio NotesSimply delicious step-by-step recipes that make the most of seasonal organic cooking for everyday eating There are recipes for all occasions such as a sophisticated herb-crusted rack of lamb with puy lentils for entertaining friends in spring, roasted squash and shallot salad for an autumn lunch, or chicken casserole with winter vegetables to feed the family in the colder months Tempting desserts include summer berries in warm sabayon glaze, blueberry frangipane flan, and plum charlottes with foamy calvados sauce Learn to celebrate the seasons by cooking food that is abundant and flavourful, as well as reducing the food miles and enjoying the nutritional benefits of organic eating
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