Friday, 11 May 2018
CUISINE REVIEW: Well Seasoned - Russell Brown and Jonathan Haley
f you've ever wanted to know exactly when the asparagus season starts, this book is for you. If you like the idea of foraging for elderflowers but aren't sure where to begin, you're in the right place. And if you're looking for fantastic recipes that make the most of Britain's seasonal ingredients every month of the year, it can definitely help you. This is the complete guide to seasonal living with fantastic recipes that make the most of Britain's seasonal ingredients every month of the year. Dive for scallops, fish for mackerel, and hunt for mushrooms – and learn how to cook them.
Structured month by month, Well Seasoned features the finest and freshest natural ingredients that are available throughout the year and how to make the most of them. Perfect for anyone interested in living a holistic, seasonal life.
I've always been a fan of good food and using whats at hand to make something wonderful, so finding a book that not only does that but helps let you know whats in season and at its best at which time of year is a cracking revelation.
It means that a lot of the stars of your dishes are cheaper and of course gives you ways of preparing them that you might not have thought of to make them even tastier. Accompanying the recipes (sorted by month) are simple to follow instructions and wonderful photographs that show just what can be achieved. I can't wait for the next time my parents visit to whip up a few of these dishes and see the sheer delight on their faces. A real gem of a find.