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Joe Woodhouse


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Octopus Publishing Group
28 September 2023
ISBN: 9781804190845
192 pages

From the publisher

One of The Guardian's Best Food Books 2023

'I really love Joe Woodhouse's food'
- Nigella Lawson

'Joe just makes the most delicious food that happens to have no meat or fish in it.'

- Rachel Roddy

'When Joe Woodhouse cooks then you know that something very, very good will result from much happy time spent in the kitchen. For such a modern cook, the flavours are deep, rich and magical. That there is no meat is happily forgotten here, for this is about great cooking.' - Jeremy Lee

'Joe's food always looks gorgeous and totally doable. A major plus is that the recipes in his books can often be made with ingredients you have at home.' - Diana Henry

Swapping just one meat dish for a plant-based one saves greenhouse gas emissions that are equivalent to the energy used to charge your phone for two years. In this new collection of recipes, a companion to the highly acclaimed Your Daily Veg, long-time vegetarian Joe Woodhouse celebrates everyday, seasonal vegetables in a fresh, modern way with dishes that always deliver on flavour and satisfaction. Focusing either on one core vegetable or a group of similar vegetables - including celeriac, beetroot and squash, tomatoes and fennel, mushrooms, onions and leeks, and beans, pulses and seeds - the recipes follow a simple format of short ingredients lists and easy-to-follow instructions.

Praise for Your Daily Veg:

'One of those cookbooks that you can tell will go into heavy rotation in your kitchen. Each chapter is given over to a different, common vegetable and how you can turn it into a satisfying and straightforward meal.' - Tim Lewis, Observer Food Monthly