Focussing on autumn and winter, the vibrant orange, cloth bound cover not only evokes all the shades we love about autumn, but brings with it a warming glow much needed on short, grey winter days.
And within, the recipes are succinct, simple, but so satisfying; their simplicity belying the complexity and comfort of the finished dish. For example: ORZO, SMOKED MOZZARELLA, THYME; described by Nigel as pale, soft and deeply cosseting. A veritable hot water bottle of a dish.
Page 147 is, without a doubt, our favourite page in the entire book – a picture of the recipe entitled, FILO PASTRY, CHEESE, GREENS, a tart to eat straight from the oven, cooked and served in a Netherton Foundry Prospector Pan. Lyrical writing, luscious food and our cookware, a winning combination.
We love both of the Greenfeast books and will be consulting the orange one regularly as the temperature drops.
If you haven’t already got a copy, you can buy one here https://www.waterstones.com/book/greenfeast-autumn-winter/nigel-slater/9781785175985