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When John Bishop celebrates organically grown, locally sourced produce and sustainable seafood and meats, he does it in the way he knows best.
When John Bishop celebrates organically grown, locally sourced produce and sustainable seafood and meats, he does it in the way he knows best, by sharing a collection of over 100 recipes in his latest cookbook, Fresh. Seasonal ingredients inspire Bishop’s simple menus, and recipes showcase the garden’s bounty in its almost-naked glory.
No gastro-porn here, just simple, pared-down preparations that let the natural flavours shine through. Fresh takes us into the garden and inspires us to bring the harvest home to our tables.
By John Bishop, Dennis Green and Dawn Gourley (Douglas & McIntyre, 2007. $34.95)