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Riverford launches new cookbook

Follow up to the farm’s award-winning debut

Published on May 13th 2011.


Riverford launches new cookbook

Organic home delivery company Riverford has announced the release of its second cook book, ‘Everyday and Sunday – Recipes from Riverford Farm’ by Riverford founder Guy Watson and head chef Jane Baxter.

‘Everyday and Sunday’, the follow-up to Riverford’s award-winning first book ‘The Riverford Farm’ Cook Book, describes what vegetables are in season month by month and the best ways to use them in the kitchen, alongside Guy’s no-nonsense take on food and farming.

There are recipes for quick, everyday meals, alongside one or two for a more celebratory dish, or an indulgent Sunday feast. From a warming Kale gratin in March, to a fresh Salad of braised little gems and mint in June or a Swiss chard, squash and blue cheese torte in October, Jane’s recipes will help you make the most of your veg, all year round.

Guy Watson said, “Despite the hype from celebrity chefs and the best endeavors of our government with its 5-a-day campaign, the consumption of fresh, unprocessed vegetables has declined by 45 per cent over the last 30 years. We have to make cooking with seasonal, fresh ingredients easier for the people who find it a struggle. That is what this book is all about.

“The ‘everyday’ recipes are there to broaden everyone’s cooking repertoire and some of them, I hope, will become the favourites you resort to whenever you are under pressure to feed your family without the time to think too hard about it.”

'Everyday and Sunday – Recipes from Riverford Farm' is available from www.riverford.co.uk/stockley and all good outlets. Hardback RRP £24.99, paperback £18.99 (paperback only available through Riverford).

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