River Cottage 2009

River Cottage 2009

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River Cottage has become synonymous with a life revolving around good food, either grown in a sustainable way at home or sourced responsibly with a proper understanding of the people and land that produce it. The theme for this year is the team at River Cottage HQ, and the 12 months will be based on 12 different seasonal activities that go on there. We start the year building a bread oven with Daniel Stevens, author of Bread, and end it with Hugh's famous multi-bird roast for Christmas. In between there is bee-keeping, fishing and herb-foraging in the Devonshire countryside, among other fun activities. 2009's River Cottage Diary will have a cased-in spiral-bound package. As always, it will be printed on 100% recycled paper and card, with 36 monthly recipe cards on perforated pages, full-colour photographs, seasonal tables, conversion charts, shooting seasons and directory of useful websites.show more

Product details

  • Book | 188 pages
  • 150 x 210 x 31.75mm | 644.1g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0747588783
  • 9780747588788
  • 1,076,414

About River Cottage

River Cottage aims through its products and experiences to promote a beneficial impact on our understanding, enjoyment and relationship with real food, and to contribute to the vibrancy of our local food community. It is a 'more than profit' organisation, which means that much of its income is reinvested into developing its ideology and the base of its activities; it holds back from business that conflicts with its ideology and commitment to ethical business practice; and it supports other organisations that share its ideas. River Cottage HQ in Devon organises regular events and courses, designed to promote the River Cottage vision and provide an environment where people can discuss, eat and learn about the very best homegrown, local and seasonal food.show more

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