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eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
PublisherPan MacMillan Ltd.
File size5.5 Mb
GanreFood And Drink
Release date 02.03.1997
Pages count188
Book rating4.21 (29 votes)
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Excellent, beautifully written & laid out, packed with information.A very practical book.Realistic too; I thought very clever to include alternative ingredients for those who feel safer trawling the shops and markets rather than the fields and seashore.Contrary to the claim on the back cover, there is one dish I cannot find in the book, but which was shown on screen: placenta pâté.But that’s not really a great loss, and does reduce the risk of being Sectioned under the Mental Health Act (or similar) for after having given birth, demanding the return of one’s placenta from the midwife? Hmm.Good on TV, but probably right to use the book to emphasise and educate on the more easily accessible wild delicacies, such as wood pigeon (yum).

I’ve never been tempted by Hugh’s oak-leaf wine; having discovered the hard way that Lemon Balm (a herb) wine tasted unappetisingly of dried grass; to this day I don’t know what happened to the lemon scent of the plant.His recipe for Nettle Soup is delicious.I only wish I could lay my hands on ripe wild hazelnuts; our local squirrels must be either eating themgreen or the moment they are just ripe.

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