The time for fresh, seasonal, delicious food is now - Turnips' Edible Almanac is the definitive guide to eating the very best produce throughout the year.
With decades of experience sourcing the highest quality produce from a network of independent farms, Fred Foster of fruit and veg supplier Turnips - equally beloved by Borough Market locals and Michelin-starred chefs - is perfectly placed to guide you through a year of seasonal eating.
Turnips' Edible Almanac guides you through Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, highlighting Fred's chosen produce each week. All ingredients are showcased in the recipes that follow, including a mix of fresh dishes to enjoy that week as well as preserves to use later in the year. The collection of over 100 recipes includes a varied mix written by Turnips' very own Tomas Lidakevicius, celebrity chefs and family.By challenging yourself to try different ingredients each month, seeking out the freshest and most sustainably produced options, you'll revolutionise the way you cook, eat, and even think about food.
So what are you waiting for? Dive straight in to discover:
- Provides shopping lists for every week of the year, highlighting what's in season within each ingredient category, along with "star" products for each week and recipes for each.
- Includes recipes written by a number of leading European chefs, including Jennifer Paterson, Jeff & Chris Galvin, Antonio Carluccio, Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay, and Tomas Lidakevicius.
- Contains a mixture of recipes for fresh ingredients and ways to preserve produce so it can be enjoyed again later in the year.
- Simplifies seasonality so everyone can get into the groove of using domestically grown ingredients when they are at their freshest and best.
A must-have volume for people who love food, care about ingredients, and want to know where their food comes from, as well as those with environmental concerns looking to eat more sustainably.
Ideal for home-cooks with an interest in high-quality ingredients and exploring the wealth of produce available locally, Turnips' Edible Almanac is sure to delight.