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  • Published: 10 June 2021
  • ISBN: 9781473583511
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 288
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From the Veg Patch

10 favourite vegetables, 100 simple and delicious recipes everyone will love




A celebration of our ten favourite fruit and vegetables in the style of Nigel Slater’s Tender (147k), Anna Jones’ A Modern Way to Cook (65k) and Diana Henry’s A Change of Appetite (22k)

‘Kathy’s enthusiasm for veg is infectious. We need more people like her flying the flag for veg’ Anna Jones

‘Kathy’s writing is wonderful and her recipes are to die for’ Gill Meller


10 hero vegetables. 100 delicious and simple ways to cook them.

Kathy Slack takes us through a year in her veg patch in this celebration of her ten favourite things to grow and eat.

With chapters on peas, lettuce, courgettes, beans, tomatoes, beetroot, squash, apples, kale and leeks, each dish takes a hero vegetable and builds a meal around it. Many, though not all, are vegetarian making this a book for any day of the week from meat-free Monday to a Sunday roast.

Here are recipes to herald the start of spring (Pea, Feta and Mint Frittata) to enjoy on a sweltering summer day (Tomato Salad with Anchovy Breadcrumbs) to warm you up as the nights start to draw in (Pumpkin Tikka Masala) and to hunker down with in depths of winter (Leek and Chestnut Crumble).

Whether you grow your own vegetables at home or buy them at the supermarket, these are delicious, plant-filled recipes for every day.

  • Published: 10 June 2021
  • ISBN: 9781473583511
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 288
Categories:

About the author

Kathy Slack

Kathy Slack is a cook and writer who has previously worked at Daylesford Organic Farm and River Cottage HQ. Now she works full time writing and developing recipes, hosting supper clubs and cookery classes, food styling and holding cookery demonstrations for various brands and publications. She has a regular column in Borough Market’s award-winning magazine, Market Life, as well as a regular slot on BBC Radio Oxford. She won a Young British Foodies award in 2019 and in the same year her blog, glutsandgluttony.com won a Soil Association award for Best Blog.

Praise for From the Veg Patch

‘Kathy’s enthusiasm for veg is infectious. We need more people like her flying the flag for veg’

Anna Jones

‘Kathy’s writing is wonderful and her recipes are to die for’

Gill Meller

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