Little Red Gooseberries

Little Red Gooseberries : Organic Recipes from Penrhos

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In Kington near Hereford, the beautifully restored 13th century Cruck Hall forms the centre of Penrhos Court Hotel. In 1971 Martin Griffiths and Daphne Lambert bought the totally derelict Hall, Manor House and byre buildings for #5,000 and spent the last 30 years lovingly restoring them. They converted Penrhos into a hotel and organic restaurant and in 1997 Penrhos was the first restaurant in the UK to be awarded the Soil Association Symbol. They went on to win the Good Food Guide Home Industry Champion Award in 1997 and have become a thriving year-round focus of organic growing and cooking in the UK. Daphne is a qualified nutritionist and cook and has one the most imaginative organic kitchen gardens in the UK, filled with edible perennials, mostly either medicinal or culinary herbs and a variety of fruit and more

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  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 162.56 x 231.14 x 27.94mm | 566.99g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 30 Line Drawing(s)
  • 075283844X
  • 9780752838441

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"'Penrhos is so healthy that a weekend there probably doesn't count as part of your allotted lifetime...' Restaurant critic A.A. Gill"show more

About Daphne Lambert

Daphne Lambert is a qualified nutritionist and chef. She writes for Healthy Eating, runs the Penrhos School of Food and Health, and the Festival of Green Cuisine. She is a leading light in the UK organic movement and author of The Organic Baby more

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