Sarah Raven's Food for Friends and Family

Sarah Raven's Food for Friends and Family

By (author) Sarah Raven , Photographs by Jonathan Buckley


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In this enormous and beautiful book, Sarah Raven takes us through the year with recipes that will appeal to best friends, children, uncles and mother-in-laws alike. Whether roasting rose flavoured marshmallows round a bonfire or tucking into a glorious Christmas lunch, there is something here for everyone. Sarah's seasonal recipes are utterly delectable, and include beetroot tart with horseradish cream, Sussex stewed steak, sesame salmon with pea pesto, parsnip and sweet potato crisps, rabbit pie, lamb kebabs with spiced aubergine sauce, pork and porcini casserole, banbury cakes, blackcurrant mousse ice cream, plum syllabub and tarte tatin - which can be accompanied by glasses of home-made ginger beer or Danish glogg. Stylish and gorgeously illustrated with photographs by Jonathan Buckley, this book is a joyous celebration of both the countryside and of fantastic food, and one that you'll turn to for inspiration again and again.

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  • Hardback | 464 pages
  • 192 x 244 x 38mm | 1,877.86g
  • 07 Jun 2010
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London
  • English
  • Colour Illustrations throughout
  • 1408801795
  • 9781408801796
  • 92,099

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Sarah Raven is a broadcaster, teacher and writer. She has made regular appearances on Gardeners' World, the BBC's flagship gardening programme; she runs her own cookery and gardening school at Perch Hill in East Sussex; and she is the author of The Cutting Garden, Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook (which was the Guild of Food Writers Cookery Book of the Year 2008) and Sarah Raven's Complete Christmas. Jonathan Buckley specialises in garden and plant photography and has been working with Sarah Raven, taking photographs at Perch Hill, for over ten years. He was awarded the title Garden Writers' Guild Features Photographer of the Year in 2004.

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