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What To Eat Now

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Presents some of the best of autumnal food. This title captures the life-cycle of what from rabbit to mackerel to pumpkin. It features ingredients from the river, sea, woodland and field, shore or highland.
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published 2008 by Mitchell Beazley
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British Autumnal food at its best - if nothing else read it just for the interest value
Awesome! This is such a fun cookbook
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Valentine Warner grew up on a farm in Dorset, learning to fish, shoot and cook from a young age. He studied an art foundation course in Bath before heading to London to train as a portrait painter at the Byam Shaw School of Art. Valentine enjoyed a "reasonably successful" career as a painter, but, at 23, couldn't resist the call of the kitchen and decided to focus his time on cooking instead of pa ...more
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