A Year in 120 Recipes

A Year in 120 Recipes

Summary

Cook locally and seasonally with 120 affordable, simple and delicious recipes from the bestselling and award-winning food writer and anti-poverty campaigner behind Tin Can Cook and A Girl Called Jack.

'Every now and again a food writer with a fresh and authentic voice comes along, and Jack Monroe is that rare find' NIGELLA LAWSON

A Year in 120 Recipes is a mouth-watering seasonal guide through how to make the most of the food around you.

By dividing the year into six sections, Jack Monroe teaches us how to make the most of seasonal produce, with affordable and tasty recipes to please everyone.

Recipes include:
· Radish, Pea and Mint Risotto
· Smoked Mackerel with Rhubarb Salsa
· Lamb and Aubergine 'Baba Gosht' Curry
· Brown Sugar Meringues with Blackberry Yoghurt

Using accessible ingredients and easy-to-follow guidance, Jack's recipes are bursting with taste and goodness while always keeping to a tight budget.

Let A Year in 120 Recipes help you discover simple cooking and delicious eating all year round.


Praise for Jack Monroe:

'Jack's recipes have come like a breath of fresh air in the cookery world' NIGEL SLATER

'A terrific resource for anyone trying to cook nutritious and tasty food on a tight budget' Sunday Times

'A plain-speaking, practical austerity cooking guide - healthy, tasty and varied' Guardian

'A powerful new voice in British food' Observer

'Packed with inexpensive, delicious ideas to feed a family for less' Woman and Home

Reviews

  • Jack's recipes have come like a breath of fresh air in the cookery world.
    Nigel Slater, The Observer

About the author

Jack Monroe

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