August's Book of the Month
Free, fun and tasty: harvesting produce from the hedgerows, meadows and woods is hugely popular with both town dwellers and countryfolk. The joy of turning nature’s bounty into delicious feasts to enjoy at home, or to make as gifts, is being rediscovered in kitchens across the country.
In The Hedgerow Cookbook, you will learn how to use a range of wild foods creatively in over 100 easy recipes, ranging from jams, jellies and chutneys to starters, main courses, cakes, puds, cocktails and cordials. Explore the deliciously different flavours of wild food, from bilberries and nettles to hazelnuts and damsons – all of which are free for the picking.
Caro Willson & Ginny Knox have shared many happy, sun-soaked days roaming the nearby fields and hedgerows, collecting crab apples and brambles to make into cakes, jellies and other delicious things. They both feel passionate about wild food, which is local, seasonal, fresh and low in food miles.
Author: Caro Willson and Ginny Knox
Dimensions: W17 x H22.1cm
No. of Pages: 192
Material: FSC paper
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