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A Feast of New Cookbooks!

Posted on 24 November 2009 by Phillipa Mitchell

Farm in my heartCalling all gastronomes, epicurians and hedonists! Welcome to this month’s gastronomic highlights for people who love food!  

The festive season is almost upon us – a time to relax, spend time with family and friends, and to ease up on strict eating habits and enjoy delicious meals! We’ve collected a wonderful variety of the latest gastronomic titles to inspire you and tantalise your taste buds. Fat duck cookbook
 
For something local, don’t miss A farm In My Heart for delicious home-made recipes, and Franschhoek Food showcases Franschhoek’s chefs, restaurateurs and entrepreneurs and includes a few signature recipes from each restaurant. For more local dishes, Cooked in Africa is a celebration of Southern African places and culinary pleasures.
 
Looking further abroad, the ever-popular Jamie Oliver brings us Jamie’s America, which narrates Jamie’s epic journey into the heart of America and provides a tasty selection of recipes from different states. Exquisite Italian recipes appear in The River Cafe Classic Italian Cookbook,and The Italian Cookery Course is a unique compendium of famous recipes and lesser-known regional dishes. For something even more exotic, refer to Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey, a guide to the authentic food of Southeast Asia. 
 
Cooked in AfricaFor an entertaining and inspiring read, have a look at The Fat Duck Cookbook, which relates the history of The Fat Duck restaurant (twice voted the Best Restaurant in the World). This book charts the rise of Heston Blumenthal, self-taught chef, and introduces us to some of his signature recipes ­such as salmon poached with liquorice and chocolate wine.
 
For healthy, economical ideas, check out River Cottage Everyday or Tender: A Cook and His Vegetable Patch contains over 400 recipes for cooking with vegetables. River Cottage Everyday
 
We’ve also included some titles for those of you have an interest in “green living”, organic food and sustainability. Refer to Grow to Live, Fruit & Nuts, The new complete book of Self sufficiency and A Greener Life for essential information on growing your own food and living a self-sufficient lifestyle.

Click here to read more about these great new books and place your orders online with Red Pepper Books 

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New Book Alert: Pat Featherstone’s “Grow to Live”

Posted on 12 November 2009 by Phillipa Mitchell

Grow-to-Live

Grow Your Own Good Food and Live Longer!

“A vitally important book, perfectly timed, for the extraordinary times ahead. There should not be a household without one”
Anthea Torr, editor of Biophile magazine

Jacana has just published Pat Featherstone’s “Grow to Live:  A Simple Guide to Growing Your Own Good, Clean Food”
 
The benefits of food gardens are many. They deepen our connection with nature, quieten our minds and create a new understanding of life. The food that is grown gives physical sustenance. The experience of growing it feeds the soul. Can we grow ourselves out of the environmental problems that overwhelm the planet today? There is hope that we can if we know how to get going and use the goods and services provided by Mother Nature that enable us to work in harmony with the environment. This beautiful and, above all, practical book will teach you all you need to know about growing your own food and is a celebration of the wonders of the natural world.
Order your copy of “Grow to Live” today from Red Pepper Books for only R198.00 – Click here…

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