River Cottage Diary 2007
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. All of us can improve the way we acquire food, because everyone falls somewhere on Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Food Acquisition Continuum (FAC) - a spectrum ranging from total dependence on industrial food retailers to total self-sufficiency. River Cottage's aim is to encourage and help everyone to change their life by making a positive move towards the latter end of the continuum, no matter how small their steps might be initially. The River Cottage Diary 2007 encapsulates this ethos in a useful and beautifully designed week-to-view journal. Included are tips on what is seasonal and delicious each month, weekly River Cottage recipes, useful dates (including many of the major food festivals and agricultural shows), websites, planting tables, seasonality charts, weights and measures and even moon phases. The River Cottage Diaries are A5, spiral bound and printed using 100% recycled paper.
- 150 x 210mm
- 27 Nov 2006
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
About Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
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.