Eat Green - In Conversation with Melissa Hemsley

Thursday 13th February 2020
19:00 at Waterstones, Bristol - Galleries

'A delicious and much needed nudge towards a healthier and more sustainable kitchen' Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Join us as we welcome bestselling author and home cook Melissa Hemsley for a mouth-watering evening discussing her new book Eat Green.

Eat Green is a cookbook for anyone who wants to enjoy delicious food which is good for you, simple to make and affordable to cook every day, but that also helps to cut back on waste in the kitchen. Every one of the 100+ flexitarian recipes celebrate vegetables as the star ingredient and, where meat and fish are used, easy swaps are included so vegetarians can enjoy them.
To keep things as useful as possible, the recipes in Eat Green are based on the most popular fruit and veg that fill our fridges and our bins- the ones that are most bought and most thrown-away in the UK.

From all day breakfast ideas like Fridge-Raid Frittata to 30 minutes suppers like Turmeric Noodles and Chicken Soup, you will have plenty of family-friendly, crowd-pleasing recipes for a whole range of taste buds.

‘In this beautiful book, Melissa joyfully guides the reader through small changes that really can make a big difference.  The recipes are bright, unfussy and delicious - Melissa’s passion is infectious.  More than a recipe book this is a guide for how to shop and eat now!’  Skye Gyngell

Further details: 01179252274

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Thursday 13th February 2020

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