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Eat More Veg Hundreds of Ideas for Eating More Vegetables Every Day by Arthur Potts Dawson

Eat More Veg Hundreds of Ideas for Eating More Vegetables Every Day

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Everyone should eat more Veg and Arthur Potts Dawson’s inventive ways with vegetable cooking are irresistible, nothing is too complicated and features recipes that aim to get us venturing away from our usual veg favourites and trying something new. This is Veg for everyone, not just those following a vegetarian or vegan diet, a wonderful compendium of Veggie deliciousness.

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Eat More Veg Hundreds of Ideas for Eating More Vegetables Every Day by Arthur Potts Dawson

Eat More Veg presents a mix of classics, basics, simple 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 enjoy more veg, every day. With suggestions for your store cupboard and advice on what to eat when, and an incredible variety of vegetables and recipes, we've got all the inspiration you'll need - from beetroot soup with cumin and coriander to butternut ravioli with brown butter, and from gratin dauphinoise to asparagus salad with peas, broad beans and mint - all arranged by vegetable in an easy-to-use format.


'He's the original Green Chef' -- Jamie Oliver

'Cooking with seasonal vegetables is one of life's great pleasures. Arthur Potts Dawson, in his wonderful book, gives us an astonishing range of vegetable recipes - for every season, every day and every meal.' -- Ruth Rogers, The River Cafe

About the Author

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 Cafe, the Soho House Group at Cecconi's, Jamie Oliver at Fifteen and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall at River Cottage HQ. 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, had his own show in C4's Food Fight alongside Gordon, Jamie, Hugh and Heston, and was featured on C4's The People's Supermarket documentary in 2012. His latest projects are Brown Paper Pizzas in Somerset, and Jamie Oliver's Dog House Diner in London. Arthur lives in London and Somerset with his partner and two children.

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30th November 1999


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