Nigel Slater
Tender: Volume II: A Cook's Guide to the Fruit Garden
July 26, 2019 Comments.. 703
Tender Volume II A Cook s Guide to the Fruit Garden Uniting the anecdotal charm of Toast with the intuitiveness and seasonality of The Kitchen Diaries Fruit is Nigel Slater s definitive guide to seasonal garden fruits Combining reminiscences from a li

  • Title: Tender: Volume II: A Cook's Guide to the Fruit Garden
  • Author: Nigel Slater
  • ISBN: 9780007325214
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Uniting the anecdotal charm of Toast with the intuitiveness and seasonality of The Kitchen Diaries, Fruit is Nigel Slater s definitive guide to seasonal garden fruits Combining reminiscences from a lifetime spent working with and enjoying food, along with cultivation tips for the growing season, Fruit shows you how to use seasonal fruits in simple suppers and indulgent deUniting the anecdotal charm of Toast with the intuitiveness and seasonality of The Kitchen Diaries, Fruit is Nigel Slater s definitive guide to seasonal garden fruits Combining reminiscences from a lifetime spent working with and enjoying food, along with cultivation tips for the growing season, Fruit shows you how to use seasonal fruits in simple suppers and indulgent desserts Organised alphabetically, each fruit is carefully considered in Slater s inimitable, unhurried warm prose, to give you an instinctive understanding of our heritage garden fruits From a weekday supper of pork chops with cider and apples to a Chinese Sunday roast with spiced plum sauce and old family favourites of a deeply appley apple crumble to traditional fruit ices, Slater shows how the delicious flavours of fruits offer far than simply being the inspiration for the occasional pot of jam, but are really the hidden gems in imaginative meat dishes and the backbone of successful home baking.

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    1. Manik Sukoco says:

      Nigel Slater is one of my favorite cookbook authors for his ability to write a story that's as interesting to read as the recipes are to cook. There is nothing pretentious or difficult about his food. It is all quite easy to make. I was a bit crestfallen when I saw that Tender Volume I had almost no desserts in it, not knowing that Tender Volume II would be almost all desserts.This is such a fantastic collection of recipes covering so many different fruits, that if I had to get a housewarming gi [...]

    2. Philippa says:

      Utterly beautiful book; the photographs are sumptuous. Worth reading for the apple and walnut chapters alone. I think this one is up there with The Kitchen Diaries. It's almost a work of art.

    3. Rebecca says:

      Nigel has made me very excited for the allotment my family is getting, which is going to be turned into a mini orchard/fruit garden. His writing is food porn at its finest (/most hardcore?!) and most of the recipes are great- a few less so, such as the lamb and quince stew which had a sauce of only water and a little honey, and try as we might it tasted of nothing more than slightly sweetened water! However that was just one recipe, and it's the baking that really makes this book special- a goos [...]

    4. Sophie James says:

      I've long thought Nigel Slater had the soul of a gardener, so to me this book is the soulful marriage of garden and kitchen and perfect for it. It's all fruit, all seasonal and English garden-grown, so no bananas or mangoes. But: quinces, medlars, blackcurrants, redcurrants, pears, apples, grapes and the most amazing compendium of recipes to go with, as well as useful advice about growing them in your garden. And he writes with exquisiteness - if there is such a word. And the photos are just rig [...]

    5. Diane Warrington says:

      This is how a cookbook should be written, as a one on one discussion between the cook and the reader. Loved every page of this. Funny, tender, clearly written, brilliant recipes and a sharp eye for details of the world around him. More than a cookbook, much more.

    6. Saleris says:

      A lovely cookbook. Because of the content and layout, I really want the first one of this pair.

    7. Rebecca says:

      Yummy! So many good recipes in here. So many good ideas to try. This is on my use all the time cookbook shelf(US title is "Ripe"). And it's just fun to pick up and read. Gorgeous pictures as well.

    8. Laura says:

      Fabulous book. Is it a biography of a garden and its gardener or is it a recipe book? Simple answer: both.

    9. Marie Jose Nieuwkoop says:

      If you are in need for ideas this is a good one.Cook something different and not to difficult.

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