Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet

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Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Octopus Publishing Group
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Pages: 240 Language: English ISBN: 9780857836953 Categories: , , ,

‘Tom’s recipes are easy to make, delicious to eat and his important message is clear – eat well, waste nothing.’ – Guardian’If we could all live and eat a little more like Tom the world and the food chain would be in much better shape.’ – Anna Jones Tom’s approach reflects a deep understanding and respect for all that goes into making something taste delicious – the ecology, the community and the cooking. His book is an exciting continuation of his fight for good food. I can’t wait to read it. – Dan Barber

Tom’s recipes are seasonal and sustainable, enabling us to eat better food that supports not only our health but also the wellbeing of the planet. Tom explains his manifesto of: Eat for Pleasure; Eat Whole Foods; Eat the Best Food You Can, referencing the latest research and guidelines, but in a clear and conversational manner. Following on with delicious recipes, which are divided into Breakfasts, Slow Lunches & Suppers, A New Way with Salads, Family Meals & Feast Plates, Sweet Treats and Larder essentials, and then sub-divided into seasons – there inventive recipes to enjoy with friends and family.

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Author Biography

Tom Hunt is an award-winning eco-chef, writer and climate change campaigner. His Bristol restaurant Poco has won numerous awards including Best Ethical Restaurant at the OFM Awards. He has written for many newspapers and magazine and writes a weekly column for Feast magazine in the Saturday Guardian offering ingenious no-waste recipes. He is an experienced speaker and cook at events, including Taste of London, Borough Market, Feastival and Abergavenny Food Festival. He is a campaigner and ambassador for Action Against Hunger, Soil Association, Slow Food International and The Fairtrade Foundation. His first book was The Natural Cook (2014). www.tomsfeast.com @cheftomhunt