Eat Your Vegetables by Arthur Potts Dawson

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Eat Your Vegetables presents a mix of classics, basics, fast food and show-off dishes that make the most of what's in season. Whether you receive organic food box deliveries, go to farmer's markets or raid what's on special offer at the supermarket, you'll be able to eat more vegetables, every day. From knowing your vegetables, and what to eat when, we've got everything covered from potato and cucumber salad and bruschetta, 3 ways to gratin dauphinoise and hot samphire salad, all arranged by vegetable in an easy-to-use format.


About Arthur Potts Dawson

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Arthur Potts Dawson is passionate about good food, eating well and making the most of what's fresh, local and seasonal. He was trained by the Roux brothers- Rowley Leigh and Pierre Koffmann. He went on to be head chef for Ruth Rogers & Rose Gray at the River Café, the Soho House Group at Cecconi's, Jamie Oliver at Fifteen and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall at River Cottage HQ in London. He founded London eco-restaurants Acorn House and Water House for the Shoreditch Trust, and the annual Mrs. Paisley's Lashings pop-ups with Jo Wood. Arthur has appeared on the BBC's Market Kitchen on numerous occasions, had his own show in C4's latest Food Fight season alongside Gordon, Jamie, Hugh and Heston, and was featured on C4's The People's Supermarket documentary this Spring.
Published August 1, 2012 by Mitchell Beazley. 304 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Cooking. Non-fiction

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British food personality and restaurateur Dawson%E2%80%99s love letter to veggies is a creative collection of more than 250 recipes for 50 different vegetables. Dishes range from inventive riffs on cl

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Arranged according to veggie type (e.g., “Roots & Tubers” and “Fruits & Fungi”) and with a handy guide to “What’s Best When,” this collection of inspired sides and mains is one of the most outstanding vegetable cookbooks in recent memory, accessible to novices and imaginative enough...

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