Hardcover $32.50

Ten Speed Press | Mar 29, 2011 | 416 Pages | 7-7/16 x 9-11/16 | ISBN 9781607740988

  • Hardcover$32.50

    Ten Speed Press | Mar 29, 2011 | 416 Pages | 7-7/16 x 9-11/16 | ISBN 9781607740988

  • Ebook$18.99

    Ten Speed Press | Apr 19, 2011 | 416 Pages | ISBN 9781607740995

Praise

“the most charming and irresistible cookbook I’ve come across in ages.”
—Mother Jones, Favorite Cookbooks of 2011, 12/3/11

“I would love to cook my way through this book one delicious meal at a time. The range of recipes, from simple to more complicated, makes it a great book for new cooks, but there’s also plenty here for seasoned cooks, too.”
—TheKitchn, 6/22/11

“the food is ace”
—NYTimes.com, Summer Cookbook Roundup, 6/2/11

“This book’s overarching theme of fresh, local seasonal foods everyday for everyone comes naturally, with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s charming voice leading the way. Whether you incorporate a few of his recipes into your repertoire or cook from it every day, it will go a long way towards keeping you on a good food track.”
—Devour The Blog, Cooking Channel, 3/29/11

“The perfect book for anyone looking for new recipes for feeding their family.”
—The Family Kitchen blog, Babble.com, 3/28/11

“A crowd-pleaser. . . . The past few years have delivered a library’s worth of ‘quick-easy-thrifty’ cookbooks. Global economic crisis will do that, and from Britain, where pulling your socks up in the face of austerity is a matter of patriotic pride, we have new books in this vein by Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, and even the late Elizabeth David. A surprising one is River Cottage Every Day, an accessible collection of recipes from the farmer-cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Compare, for instance, Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage Meat Book, which opens with a photo essay depicting the slaughter, skinning, and sawing in half of a cow. River Cottage Every Day, by contrast, begins with a photo of the author scarfing honey-smeared bread. . . . Fearnley-Whittingstall is, at heart, a philosopher, and these new recipes make a case for approaching daily cooking with intention—or, as he puts it, finding ‘things to savor and share that don’t just fill up, but make us feel good.”
—Saveur, March 2011

“Throughout this wonderfully illustrated book, Fearnley-Whittingsall’s passion is palpable, his genuine, spiritual love of food inspiring.”
—Publishers Weekly, 1/17/11

“Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s recipes are the solid, no-nonsense kinds of dishes you want to eat again and again.”
—Bruce Aidells, author of The Complete Meat Cookbook
 
“There is more cooking know-how in Fearnley-Whittingstall’s little finger than you will find in the graduating class of any cooking school in the country.”
—NPR.org

Table Of Contents

Introduction 8
 
Making breakfast  20
 
Daily bread  60
 
Weekday lunch (box)  90
 
Fish forever  136
 
Thrifty meat  178
 
Vegetables galore  248
 
The whole fruit  330
 
Treats  368
 
Index  406
 
Acknowledgments  415

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