The People's Cookbook

The People's Cookbook

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Many cookbooks cater for how you eat but very few for how you shop. "The People's Cookbook" will help you get the most out of your weekly shop, as well as the time you spend in the kitchen. 8.3 million tons of food is thrown away by households in the UK every year and Arthur Potts Dawson is here to show you how to save money by cooking and eating all of the food that you buy. The focus is on seasonal, simple family cooking that never compromises on taste. Arthur will show you what you can do with the different cuts of lamb, how to get creative with leftovers and how to use up over-ripe strawberries to make jam. Whether it's making sure you actually use your 'buy one, get one free' bags of apples or freezing batches of soup for easy mid-week dinners, "The People's Cookbook" will mean that not only will you be cooking delicious meals but that the next time you do your weekly shop, you don't start by throwing out the week before's.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 208 pages
  • 192 x 252mm
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Trade Paperback.
  • 0753522497
  • 9780753522493

About Arthur Potts Dawson

Arthur Potts Dawson runs London eco-restaurant, Acorn House - hailed as the 'most important new restaurant to open in London in the past 200 years' (Giles Coren, The Times). Arthur trained from the age of 16 under Rowley Leigh at Kensington Place and with the Roux Brothers, and went on to become head chef at the River Cafe. He was also executive head chef at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, before setting up his own restaurant consultancy, Bliss, in 2005. He published The Acorn House Cookbook in 2008. He lives in London with his partner Paloma and two young children.show more