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"At a time when we are constantly being reminded of how we have to reduce environmental waste, this book is the perfect guide to cooking using locally sourced produce. The benefits are obvious by reducing your food miles (the distance which your food travels from the producer to your door) you are not only helping to save the environment but will also be eating fresher, "At a time when we are constantly being reminded of how we have to reduce environmental waste, this book is the perfect guide to cooking using locally sourced produce. The benefits are obvious – by reducing your food miles (the distance which your food travels from the producer to your door) you are not only helping to save the environment but will also be eating fresher, better food at a time when it is meant to be eaten. Obeying the seasons is much easier than you might imagine – it is simply a question of knowing what is available. The 150 recipes are divided into five chapters: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Preserves and Accompaniments. Each chapter has a helpful introduction, with information about what is in season. The delicious recipes range from the classic to the innovative and include things like Spring lamb noisettes, Home-smoked trout with rosemary, Slow-roast onions with thyme and goat’s cheese and Pear and chestnut tart. Packed full of recipes and with plenty of information and guidance, this is the perfect book for cooks who want to eat well by eating seasonally."


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"At a time when we are constantly being reminded of how we have to reduce environmental waste, this book is the perfect guide to cooking using locally sourced produce. The benefits are obvious by reducing your food miles (the distance which your food travels from the producer to your door) you are not only helping to save the environment but will also be eating fresher, "At a time when we are constantly being reminded of how we have to reduce environmental waste, this book is the perfect guide to cooking using locally sourced produce. The benefits are obvious – by reducing your food miles (the distance which your food travels from the producer to your door) you are not only helping to save the environment but will also be eating fresher, better food at a time when it is meant to be eaten. Obeying the seasons is much easier than you might imagine – it is simply a question of knowing what is available. The 150 recipes are divided into five chapters: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Preserves and Accompaniments. Each chapter has a helpful introduction, with information about what is in season. The delicious recipes range from the classic to the innovative and include things like Spring lamb noisettes, Home-smoked trout with rosemary, Slow-roast onions with thyme and goat’s cheese and Pear and chestnut tart. Packed full of recipes and with plenty of information and guidance, this is the perfect book for cooks who want to eat well by eating seasonally."

6 review for Shop Local Eat Well

  1. 5 out of 5

    Barry

    I have my doubts about how sincere the 'environmental' intentions of this publication ever were. This is yet another cookbook about 'kiwi/New Zealand' food that seems to work on the premise that 75% of our meals are, and can be, sustainably based around seafood & fish. Sigh. On the plus side, there are lists of seasonal produce (for those who can't work it out from the prices of local produce?) and some nice looking recipes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Georgia

    This book contains some good seasonal recipes and I'll definitely try a couple of them although many look very time consuming and aimed at someone who has a lot of spare time to cook. Due to my poor cooking abilities I do like to have a picture of what I'm aiming for which this book lacks. The text is also quite difficult to read on some pages due to coloured pages/text. Some good ideas though, and I would like to see more books on this topic.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chanita.Shannon

  5. 4 out of 5

    Katie

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Thomas

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