Subtitle How to cook and celebrate the seasons
Description Description "A brilliant and beautiful book that everyone who loves to cook should own." – STANLEY TUCCI
Bring the rhythms of the seasons into your kitchen with this timeless guide to cooking and celebrating produce, all year round. Seasoning spans the four seasons of the year, with insights into over 50 vegetables and fruits.
Award-winning food writer Angela Clutton explores their seasonality, offering tips on shopping and storing, countless ways to use them, flavor partners and how to minimize waste. Plus 75 fresh, modern and approachable recipes show how to make the best of the season's produce.
This book illustrates how embracing seasonality is about understanding the cycles of the land and the climate – even, or especially, as it changes – and how they have the ability to make things taste the best possible versions of themselves. It's about sustainability, and also about the joy to be had in not having everything, always, but in looking forward to something, and then missing it when it's gone.
Vegetables and fruits take center stage, with profiles of meat and fish – whose seasonality is often forgotten – woven through. Discover how the seasons move and how what we want to eat and cook moves with them. Seasoning is an endlessly useful companion that will inspire confident, intuitive cooking, time and time again.