- Gebundene Ausgabe: 192 Seiten
- Verlag: Frances Lincoln (1. Mai 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0711234965
- ISBN-13: 978-0711234963
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,7 x 2,5 x 26 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 388.563 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Kitchen Garden Experts - Twenty Celebrated Chefs & Their Head Gardeners (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. Mai 2014
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"Calling all wannabe gardeners and star chefs! Direct from the United Kingdom's most exciting dining establishments, this beautifully illustrated compendium pays homage to some of the best farm-to-table dishes being served from London to Glasgow. McTerman and Ingram began this venture with the enthusiasm of groupies. The end result of their collaborative passion is a lushly documented overview of the craft of using seasonal foods, locally grown, and harvested with exquisite timing.
Eco-friendly food supplies have become very trendy. This book raises the bar, proving that regional crops, with a limited footprint and maximum nutrient value, can be the basis of culinary delights that rival the best menu items in top dining establishments around the world. By featuring the horticultural experts that these upper echelon chefs rely upon, the authors have opened the door for readers to begin creating their own unique creations from produce grown, literally, in their own backyards." - "Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight"
"McTernan (garden editor, The Simple Things magazine) here profiles the kitchen gardens of 20 culinary destinations in the UK (e.g., River Cottage, L'Enclume), highlighting the relationship between chefs and their gardeners. Each section includes insider gardening secrets; the basics of how to sow, care for, and harvest select plants; and artfully plated recipes (e.g., sea kale with brown shrimps & lemon butter sauce, grilled mackerel with beetroot) that readers are more likely to admire than prepare. VERDICT Filled with lush photographs and behind-the-scenes information about successful chefs and horticulture experts, this is a great candidate for armchair travel and culinary inspiration." -" Library Journal"
"this beautifully illustrated compendium pays homage to some of the best farm-to-table dishes being served from London to Glasgow. McTernan and Ingram began this venture with the enthusiasm of groupies. The end result of their collaborative passion is a lushly documented overview of the craft of using seasonal, locally grown foods harvested with exquisite timinga? By featuring the horticultural experts upper echelon chefs rely upon, the authors have opened the door for readers to begin creating their own unique creations from produce grown, literally, in their own backyards." - "Anna Jedrziewski - Retailing Insight""
"Ever wonder how food goes from garden to table in the restaurants of chefs who are working hard to incorporate food grown on site? "Kitchen Garden Experts" brings us into the world of UK chefs and their gardeners, a book that's as much about the products that are grown as the people that grow them." "(5 COOKBOOKS FOR PEOPLE WITH A VEGETABLE GARDEN (OR WHO JUST LOVE GROWING FOOD) - Ecosalon "
"a wonderful book for gardeners, cooks, culinary tourists and anyone else who has an interest in some of the most innovative dishes imaginable!"" - A Hen's Nest "
'The prose is workmanlike and dense with information.beautifully photographed'
a well-laid out and practical book, featuring beautiful photography by Jason Ingram'"
a well-laid out and practical book, featuring beautiful photography by Jason Ingram"
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JASON INGRAM is an award-winning garden and food photographer
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There is good information throughout the book from each chef/gardener combo's "Kitchen Garden Secrets" to crop calendars, how to make your own garlic spray for pests and so much more. This book is set in the UK, so you have to take that into account when using the information. Some of it may not be entirely accurate for whatever zone you're in, but there's still plenty of good information in it. I really enjoyed reading it and gleaning usable tidbits.
The recipes are a mixed bag. There are simple recipes such as Ratatouille, Leeks Vinaigrette, Plum and Almond Flan (you HAVE to try this!) and the amazingly simple Fig, Mozzarella and Basil Salad as well as the pretentious Citrus-Vanilla-Cured Vinegar Trout (I'm sorry, but I couldn't even bring myself to try to make this it sounded so bad!), Whitby Lobster with Quail Eggs and Garden Beans and Gray Mullet, Broccolini & Pickled Nasturtium Seeds. Really?!? Pickled nasturtium seeds? I'm sure there are people who love that sort of thing, and if you are one of them, I highly recommend this book to you as it's filled with that sort of thing. This book is great for people who want some good gardening information with some recipes thrown in. For people who love food and love to cook but aren't trying to make grandiose, extravagant dishes to impress someone, this might not be the book for you.
I received a copy of this book from Quartos Publishing Group for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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