Kitchen Garden Companion: Cooking
If you have ever dreamed of making delicious food from your very own garden, Stephanie Alexander's Kitchen Garden Companion is the book for you. Follow in the footsteps of one of Australia's best-loved cooks and food writers as she reveals the secrets of delicious dishes created from the produce you've gathered yourself. Try some of the 250 recipes that will transform your fresh produce into delicious meals. Use the vegetables, fruit and herbs you've grown in new and exciting ways with this inspiring and tasty selection of recipes. In this new paperback edition, Stephanie Alexander's Kitchen Garden Companion Cooking, Stephanie has added more than 20 new delicious and reliable recipes. As the second volume companion to the Kitchen Garden Companion Growing paperback edition, this cookbook is a comprehensive guide for making the most of the produce you've grown yourself to create delicious meals for family and friends.
Stephanie Alexander AO is regarded as one of Australia's great food educators. Her reputation has been earned through 30 years as an owner-chef in several restaurants, as the author of 14 influential books and for her groundbreaking work in creating the Stephanie Alexander Garden Foundation. Everything she has achieved and worked towards has been driven by her desire to break down anxieties about cooking, to emphasise the beauty of produce fresh from the garden and to promote the pleasures of sharing around a table. Her fifth book, The Cook's Companion, is regarded as an Australian classic, and has sold over 500 000 copies. in 2013, this monumental work, in response to the new technology, first appeared as an easy-to-use digital app. In 2014 Stephanie became an Officer of the Order of Australia in recognition of her work with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. She was named Victorian of the Year in 2010 and, in 2012, appeared in the number one position on Crikey magazine's list of the most powerful people in Australian food. Her strong belief is that the earlier children learn about food through example and pleasurable hands-on experience, the better their food choices will be throughout life.