GROW COOK EAT by Michael Kelly
GROW COOK EAT features seasonal recipes from over 35 of the biggest names in food, including Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Dylan McGrath, Donal Skehan, Darina Allen, Rachel Allen, Neven Maguire, Clodagh McKenna and many more. This edition features brand new recipes from Jess Murphy of Kai restaurant in Galway and JB Dubois of GROW HQ in Waterford. GROW COOK EAT is packed with advice on setting off on your ‘good life’ journey; including what to do in the veg patch each month, and seasonal recipes to turn your produce in to delicious home-grown meals.
"Grow, Cook, Eat.... is that rare thing – a gardening book that doesn’t make the non-green-fingered feel completely out of their depth and ready to throw in the trowel." - Marie Claire Digby, The Irish Times.
"My already well-thumbed copy is my kitchen-garden go-to" - Rachel Allen, in Sunday Independent.
"GROW COOK EAT is an outstanding piece of publishing…..a coherent ode to the pleasures of the garden, the pleasures of the table, the pleasures of the ultimate lifestyle” - John McKenna, McKenna Guides
Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall | Dylan McGrath | Darina Allen | Rachel Allen | Donal Skehan | Neven Maguire | Paul Flynn | Ross Lewis | Clodagh McKenna | Kevin Dundon | Catherine Fulvio | Lilly Higgins | Domini Kemp | Eunice Power | Rory O'Connell | Biddy White Lennon | Sally McKenna | Denis Cotter | Tom and Johann Doorley | Michelle Darmody | Hugo Arnold | Derval O’Rourke | Derry Clarke | Marian Keyes| Ella McSweeney.
About the AuthorMichael Kelly is founder of GIY. He has written columns on food and health for The Irish Times, The Irish Independent and Food & Wine Magazine. Michael is presenter with Karen O’Donohoe of the RTE 1 TV series GROW COOK EAT, which was filmed on location at GROW HQ in Waterford. Michael is a member of the Irish Food Writers Guild and The Taste Council, and received the ‘Local Food Hero’ award at the 2017 Irish Restaurant Awards. GIY is a not-for-profit social enterprise that supports people to grow some of their own food at home, school, work and in the community. www.giy.ie
All proceeds from the sale of the book go towards GIY, helping us to inspire and support more people to grow their own food.