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Ripe Recipes: Four Seasons of Fresh Cooking by Angela Redfern

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  • Green summer orzo salad

    • ithyt on January 25, 2016

      1.16 Made dressing ahead of time (two days) which worked perfectly. Dressing was enough for two boxes of orzo. Scrummy again - love this salad.

  • Bakewell slice

    • maggiebeerfan on December 26, 2013

      This is a great recipe for Christmas as it uses Christmas mincemeat, but is a different approach being a slice. It is quite delicious.

  • Black Forest roulade

    • RosieB on January 03, 2014

      This was fantastic. Be prepared for a very rich dessert. Although there are several stages to the recipe it is pretty simple. My ganache split but retrieved it by using an electric hand mixer on medium speed and beating in some more cream.

  • Iceberg, orange & hazelnut salad

    • RosieB on April 20, 2016

      This was a nice refreshing salad served with simple pan fried salmon. The pomegranate molasses made the salad slightly brown but it was very tasty.

  • Rhubarb butterscotch layer cake

    • RosieB on October 10, 2015

      This cake was delicious. It might look complicated but you can make the caramel while the cake is cooking and pre bake the rhubarb. I used much more rhubarb than the recipes suggests. I would not skimp on the rhubarb as this is the star of the cake. I also added some fleur de sel salt to the left over caramel for pouring over when serving and I also sprinkled some grains on the top to finish. It was a big hit. Definitely make again for a dessert or special occassion cake.

  • Butter chicken, raita & pilaf

    • RosieB on August 22, 2014

      This is a great recipe really tasty and no unusual ingredients. You need to marinate the chicken first which I did in the morning. The pilaf and raita were good accompaniments. Definately will make again.

  • Beaver's "let them pig out" ribs

    • Fiona on October 31, 2012

      A friend told me how good these were and she was right. I'd never cooked ribs before but tasted many and these were as good, if not better, than any I've been served. I cooked them for longer than recommended so leave enough time to add on some if the meat isn't really tender. I served with coleslaw and baked potato.

  • Nutty slaw

    • RosieB on January 03, 2014

      I have only had this book for a few weeks and I have made this salad twice. It was a hit with everyone. A nice variation to the traditional coleslaw. I put in more nuts than the recipe suggested.

  • Caesar dressing

    • RosieB on February 18, 2018

      This is one of the best and most versatile dressings. I made half quantity which was heaps with left overs I used as a spread on flat breads. I only used 6 anchovies.

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  • ISBN 10 1462117880
  • ISBN 13 9781462117888
  • Published Apr 12 2016
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 208
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Cedar Fort, Inc.

Publishers Text

Savor your fruits, vegetables, and grains at their ripest time of the year! Ripe Recipes shows you the best and healthiest meals to make during any season. Choose your favorite flavors and create stunning meals from a wintery feast to a light summer lunch. With this book, you never need to choose between eating healthy and eating in season again!

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