Real Food Cookbook

With all the wonderful food producers and amazing chefs we have worked with we thought it would be great to collect and bring together some of their extensive food knowledge in a book made up of their contributions. The Real Food Cookbook is exactly that. So along with recipes from such culinary masters as Giorgio Locatelli and Raymond Blanc, uniquely, you will also find fantastic recipes from the producers who grow, rear or produce the ingredients themselves!

• More than 100 delicious recipes showcasing the Real Food ethos from a collection of well-known chefs

• Contributors include Raymond Blanc, Giorgio Locatelli, Thomasina Miers, Cyrus Todiwala, Ollie Rowe, Willie Harcourt-Cooze, Allegra McEvedy and Jun Tanaka

• Also including authentic artisan recipes from some of the best producers from the show including Laverstoke Park, Tracklements, Bath Pig, Anglesey Sea Salt and Doves Farm

• Beautifully illustrated with more than 80 photographs of recipes and ingredients

• Edited by the Queen of Italian cooking, Valentina Harris

As increasing numbers of people buy ingredients directly from farmers’ markets, food festivals, local farm shops and specialist retailers, it’s clear that there is a growing desire to learn more about the provenance of our food – and to re-connect with traditional farming and enjoy the fruits of the land. But ultimately it’s all about taste – fresh, bold flavours that explode in your mouth. Cut into a freshly grown tomato, for example, and enjoy the sweet ripeness that is miles away from mass-produced varieties. Roast these with peppers, perhaps, and put onto bruschetta for a quick snack; mix with goat’s cheese and basil and pile onto puff pastry for a lunch-time tart; or pan-fry, drizzled with balsamic vinegar, with pork, fennel and red onion for dinner. The Real Food Cookbook gives you great recipes for meals that are simple to prepare – and shows you how to make the ingredients really sing, and your heart melt.

Visit the Recipes & Cookbook pages on our website for a taster what you can expect.

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