Grown and gathered book review
Review: The Art of Frugal Hedonism + Grown and GatheredAnd whether to sew seeds directly into the garden, plant seedlings in the garden or start seedlings in the greenhouse. Both are worthy of a place in your cookbook collection. Why did you decide to write it now? After writing the first book, we felt this was the next piece of the puzzle — living with the seasons, growing, gathering, cooking, eating — together. That is where the joy lives. This one is hard, as we very much move with the seasons, so as long as I have 6 seasonal ingredients I am sure I could make a meal!
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Grown & Gathered
I love chopping fresh tomatoes. Plus, caponata is simple and tasty and combines a few of my favourite things eggplant! Sure to be a regular in my kitchen from now on, served with pasta, farro, couscous or just in a bowl with some bread on the side. The only thing is, I used tomatoes from the greengrocer rather than growing my own sorry Matt and Lentil! The breakfast bread was so simple to make and really tasty.
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View Cart Checkout. With pictures. Two very different reads, with lots of similarities, and differences. But centrally along the same themes live simply, consume less, consume ethically, and make sure you have fun while you do it. Except that it covers a whole year. And then some.