Gaia's Feasts
New vegetarian recipes for family and community

By Julia Ponsonby Photographs by Joanna Brown

Gaia's Feasts
Paperback, 264 pages £19.99
Published: 4th September 2014
ISBN: 9780857840523
Format: 226mm x 244mm

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Published: 4th September 2014
ISBN: 9780857840547
PDF, 264 pages
Published: 4th September 2014
ISBN: 9780857840530
Category: FOOD & HEALTH, GREEN LIVING & SELF-SUFFICIENCY

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Gaia’s Feasts is the much-anticipated follow-up to Gaia’s Kitchen, winner of the Gourmand Best Vegetarian Cookbook prize. With inspiration from home and around the world, it offers an introduction to the Slow Food and Local Food movements, together with a mouth-watering selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free recipes, including:
  • Soups
  • Mains
  • Salads
  • Dips & Spreads
  • Desserts
  • Cakes
  • Cookies
  • Breads

Every recipe gives family-sized quantities, as well as scaled-up amounts for groups as large as 50. Whether you’re seeking new vegetarian recipes, or looking to expand your meat-free range, Gaia’s Feasts will inspire you to cook delicious food for family, friends, and community.

“With its emphasis on enjoying, sharing and appreciating food in the most profound sense, this book will not only make you want to cook, it will make you want to cook for other people.” – from the foreword by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

“Thanks to Julia Ponsonby and her team of superb cooks at Schumacher College, every meal is transformed into a great feast and a heart-warming celebration of food.  This beautiful book is a culmination of joyful cooking over the past 25 years.” – Satish Kumar, Editor-in-Chief of Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine and co-founder of Schumacher College

Gaia’s Feasts is the much-anticipated follow-up to Gaia’s Kitchen, winner of the Gourmand Best Vegetarian Cookbook prize. With inspiration from home and around the world, it offers an introduction to the Slow Food and Local Food movements, together with a mouth-watering selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free recipes, including:

  • Soups
  • Mains
  • Salads
  • Dips & Spreads
  • Desserts
  • Cakes
  • Cookies
  • Breads

Every recipe gives family-sized quantities, as well as scaled-up amounts for groups as large as 50. Whether you’re committed vegetarian, or looking to expand your meat-free range, Gaia’s Feasts will inspire you to cook delicious food for family, friends, and community.

Foreword

Transition and transformation begin at home

Local food/slow food

The Recipes:

  • Soups (15)
  • Main courses (28)
  • Salads (22)
  • Dips (10)
  • Desserts (22)
  • Cakes (22)
  • Biscuits (21)
  • Breads, scones & sourdough (12)

"This unique book charts a way forward by cooking up a menu for delicious gastronomy that has sustainability at its heart."

- Judith Edwards

"Gaia's Feasts becomes a celebration of food and the sharing of food with a commnunity."

- Saffia Farr and Cathi Pawson Juno

"A book packed full of interesting recipes for vegetarians, and will suit families as well as those who cater for large groups."

- Franglais Kitchen

"This book is vegetarian cooking at its most imaginative and accessible best, with beautiful pictures, easily-assembled and delicious recipes and information about sustainability and food production. It makes a useful purchase for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike."

- Maria Chiorando Kent on Sunday

Julia Ponsonby

Julia Ponsonby has been Head of Food at Schumacher College for many years. The college was founded to work towards a new world-view of sustainable living in harmony with the natural environment and the whole human race. Julia's culinary style developed to fit those founding principles; local, sustainably sourced ingredients prepared using cooking methods from around the world.



Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 264 pages
ISBN: 9780857840523
Format: 226mm x 244mm

Binding: Electronic book text
ISBN: 9780857840547
Format: EPUB

Binding: Electronic book text, 264 pages
ISBN: 9780857840530
Format: PDF

BIC Code: WBJ
BISAC Code:  CKB086000
Imprint: Green Books


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