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Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook by Sarah Raven

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  • Cleopatra's tomato soup

    • Emily Hope on August 18, 2011

      This was a delicious and unusual variation on tomato soup--I like the richness that the coconut milk provides, the slight heat from the chiles, and the vaguely Indian spicing. Recommended.

  • Roasted pepper soup

    • nardia_joy on July 10, 2012

      add the onion a little later so it doesnt dry out so much add goats cheese!

  • Chard and nutmeg farfalle

    • saladdays on March 22, 2014

      A simple recipe which is quick to prepare. I used the last of our chard from the garden which was, of course, very fresh. I didn't whizz up the chard sauce with a blender as it seemed unnecessary as it was already finely chopped to cook. Be generous with the nutmeg as it adds a great taste.

  • Sage, Florence fennel, and Pernod pasta

    • saladdays on November 24, 2011

      This is one of the best ways of cooking fennel I have found. the addition of the Pernod to the slow cooked fennel seems to heighten the taste and soften it. Fennel can be tough if not gently cooked. We have lots in our garden to cook before the first frost!

  • Damson and almond pudding

    • saladdays on November 03, 2012

      A stunning but homely dessert to impress your guests. The almond and buttermilk 'cobbler' topping enhances the tartness of the damsons. You may want extra sugar on the table for the sweet-toothed.

  • Orange and cranberry pies

    • Lovestocook on January 07, 2016

      These were a wonderful alternative to mince pies (not popular in our house). Great flavour from the filling. Pastry was a little tricky to work with but was fine after 30 mins in the fridge. Will be repeating.

  • Broccoli soup with Gorgonzola

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Reviews about this book

  • Nord1jus

    Her recipes are simple and delicious, I wish I could have all the fruit and veg for the recipes in our own garden!

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  • ISBN 10 0747588708
  • ISBN 13 9780747588702
  • Published Jun 04 2007
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 464
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
  • Imprint Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publishers Text

This is the ultimate all-in-one reference for anyone who orders a fruit or vegetable box, is a regular at a farmers' market or simply dreams of a life filled with good quality food. Taking us through the year in six seasonal chunks of two months each, Gardener's World presenter Sarah Raven introduces us to the best vegetables, fruit and herbs grown in the UK. For each one, there are hosts of simple yet inspiring recipes - over 450 in all - ranging from Warm broad bean salad to Green mayonnaise; Spinach and Gruyere tart to Mint and pea tip risotto; Sweet potato gratin to Celeriac souffle; and Basil ice cream to Damson and almond pudding. Practical, engaging, and gorgeously realised with Jonathan Buckley's vivid photographs taken in Sarah's family garden in East Sussex, Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook offers a colourful and delicious repertoire of ideas that put vegetables, herbs and fruit at the centre of every meal, all year round.

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