East End Paradise: Kitchen Garden Cooking in the City (Paperback)Jojo Tulloh (author)
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Those of us living in towns and cities might think that the pleasures of growing our own food, watching the seasons pass with the changing produce and getting our hands stuck into the soil are beyond our reach. But a growing number of urban dwellers are realising that there are ways of connecting with the land, and enjoying the sheer pleasure of watching something grow, without giving up the joys of living in the city.
Jojo Tulloh takes us to her inner-city allotment and guides us through a year of cooking, inspired by the food that has sprung from her surprisingly fertile patch of East London waste-ground.
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 720 g
Dimensions: 222 x 168 x 16 mm
Jojo writes with great passion and a deep knowledge of the food that she grows. She makes the idea of growing your own food not only accessible but also fun and inspiring. Her family recipes are mouth-watering, simple and show that good food is for everyone, regardless of budget * Thomasina Miers *
Jojo Tulloh is a cook after my own heart in the refreshing simplicity of her recipes and the innumerable tips on what to do with your vegetables and roots and how to grow them in your backyard * Anna del Conte *
Jojo is a joy... A serious cookery book indeed -- Simon Hopkinson
It is a charming, useful and inspirational book - what people need today -- Claudia Roden
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