Jane Grigson's Fruit Book

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Penguin, 2000 - Cookery (Fruit) - 528 pages
Companion to her prize-winning Vegetable Book, Jane Grigson's alphabetical guide to fruit advises us on selecting the finest fruits in season, cooking them in sweet or savoury dishes, serving them as desserts or as treats on their own. From apple to water-melon, including the familiar and the exotic, Jane Grigson's Fruit Bookis a work to treasure.
'Scholarly and erudite, witty and learned, from time to time hilariously funny.'
Paul Levy

'I take as much pleasure in reading Jane Grigson's lyrical yet well-researched and intriguing introductions to each subject as I do in executing her recipes.'
Susan Campbell, Observer

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Released in 1982 and 1978, respectively, these volumes combined offer nearly 1000 recipes, from banana and bacon rolls to spinach and mushroom pancakes. Just about anything you'd ever want to do with a fruit or vegetable is covered. Read full review

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