Greenfeast - Spring, Summer (Hardback)Nigel Slater (author)
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A landmark publication, Nigel Slater’s Eat has become the touchstone for his trademark style of cookery: quick recipes and easy ingredients that come from pan to plate with minimum fuss. It is food you want to eat. Now Slater returns with a two-volume vegetable-based follow-up (the second volume is published in September) that brings the Eat ethos to how we cook today.
Now he has written GreenFeast, the green follow-up to Eat, packed full of short, doable and fast vegetable recipes that are usefully divided into four categories:
- In the frying pan
- In the hand
- On the hob
The GreenFeast recipes are for those who want easy recipes for eating more vegetable dishes throughout the week and there will be suggestions for changing up each recipe, as well as lists and lists of quick ideas.
GreenFeast is split into two volumes: GreenFeast: Spring Summer (coming in May 2019) and GreenFeast: Autumn Winter (which will be published in September 2019). This is exactly the food everyone wants to eat now, in the style everyone loved in Eat, all told in Nigel's warm and unique signature style.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 750 g
Dimensions: 201 x 146 x 33 mm
Praise for Nigel Slater:
'A dream of a book. Slater ... has produced such a hymn to winter that we'll all be able to cope with it this year.' - Diana Henry, The Telegraph
'Congratulations Nigel! The Christmas Chronicles is a magical, cosy hug of a book.' - Nigella Lawson
'Nigel is a bloody genius.' - Jamie Oliver
'The greatest cookery writer of them all.' - The Guardian
'The best food writers combine beauty with practicality, and no one does it more elegantly than Nigel Slater.' Jane Shilling, The Daily Mail, Books of the Year
'The pick of the bunch... bubbling with ideas, suggestions, hints and personal opinions that genuinely help you to make your own mind up about how and what to cook.' - The Times
'He's a genius.' - Matthew Fort, The Guardian
'Slater remains the reigning champion, a writer incapable of uninspiring sentences.' - The Daily Express
'No one writes more temptingly about food.' - The Independent