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  • Hardcover: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press (March 29, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607740982
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607740988
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7.6 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,515 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingsall's newest edition to the River Cottage series focuses on the recipes he cooks at home for his family. He sees our food culture as a continuum, with those who are thoroughly involved with the story of their food on one end and those who are entirely dependent on anonymous, industrially produced food on the other. His object, he says, is to help people move along in the direction of "more engagement with real fresh food, away from dependence on the industrial food machine." Chapters include "Making Breakfast," "Daily Bread," Weekday Lunch (box)," "Fish Forever," "Thrifty Meat," "Vegetables Galore," "The Whole Fruit," and "Treats." Fearnley-Whittingsall's anecdotes about the recipes his kids make for their breakfasts (pancakes, oatmeal, tomato toast) and the lunches he packs for his wife (sardine niçoise, frittatas, slaws) hit home. The fish chapter focuses on sustainable species (and the intro outlines why you should avoid others). The meat chapter, interestingly, deals only with "secondary cuts," and offers intriguing yet homey recipes for neck of lamb, venison and pork burgers, oxtail stew, and spring chicken broth, to give cooks the confidence to open up new avenues and reduce waste. Throughout this wonderfully illustrated book, Fearnley-Whittingsall's passion is palpable, his genuine, spiritual love of food inspiring. (Mar.)
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“the most charming and irresistible cookbook I've come across in ages.”
—Mother Jones, Favorite Cookbooks of 2011, 12/3/11

“I would love to cook my way through this book one delicious meal at a time. The range of recipes, from simple to more complicated, makes it a great book for new cooks, but there's also plenty here for seasoned cooks, too.”
—TheKitchn, 6/22/11

“the food is ace”
—NYTimes.com, Summer Cookbook Roundup, 6/2/11

“This book’s overarching theme of fresh, local seasonal foods everyday for everyone comes naturally, with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s charming voice leading the way. Whether you incorporate a few of his recipes into your repertoire or cook from it every day, it will go a long way towards keeping you on a good food track.”
—Devour The Blog, Cooking Channel, 3/29/11

“The perfect book for anyone looking for new recipes for feeding their family.”
—The Family Kitchen blog, Babble.com, 3/28/11

“A crowd-pleaser. . . . The past few years have delivered a library’s worth of ‘quick-easy-thrifty’ cookbooks. Global economic crisis will do that, and from Britain, where pulling your socks up in the face of austerity is a matter of patriotic pride, we have new books in this vein by Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, and even the late Elizabeth David. A surprising one is River Cottage Every Day, an accessible collection of recipes from the farmer-cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Compare, for instance, Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage Meat Book, which opens with a photo essay depicting the slaughter, skinning, and sawing in half of a cow. River Cottage Every Day, by contrast, begins with a photo of the author scarfing honey-smeared bread. . . . Fearnley-Whittingstall is, at heart, a philosopher, and these new recipes make a case for approaching daily cooking with intention—or, as he puts it, finding ‘things to savor and share that don’t just fill up, but make us feel good.”
—Saveur, March 2011

“Throughout this wonderfully illustrated book, Fearnley-Whittingsall's passion is palpable, his genuine, spiritual love of food inspiring.”
—Publishers Weekly, 1/17/11

“Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s recipes are the solid, no-nonsense kinds of dishes you want to eat again and again.”
—Bruce Aidells, author of The Complete Meat Cookbook
 
“There is more cooking know-how in Fearnley-Whittingstall’s little finger than you will find in the graduating class of any cooking school in the country.”
—NPR.org

More About the Author

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has become widely known as a broadcaster for his uncompromising commitment to real food and honest home cooking. His three series for Channel 4 -- most recently River Cottage Forever -- have earned Hugh a huge popular following. His most recent book, THE RIVER COTTAGE COOKBOOK, scooped the top food writing awards in 2002, winning the Glenfiddich Trophy, the Andre Simon Food Book of the Year and the Guild of Food Writers' Michael Smith Award. Hugh lives in Dorset with Marie and their son Oscar.

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Then the recipes themselves are very simple and easy to prepare.
Rachael A. Warrington
I have watched Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall River Cottage episodes on tv and decided that his book would be a great addition to my cook book library.
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The hand drawn images that are strewn throughout the book bring whimsy and unique detail to Simon Wheeler's beautiful photos.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By wogan TOP 100 REVIEWER on April 25, 2011
Format: Hardcover
`River Cottage Everyday' brings recipes that are a bit different than the normal ordinary everyday cookbook; although these could be served day after day and also for some special occasions too.

There are some excellent descriptions in the differences between cooking oils and flours. There are many pictures of the recipes and ones illustrating Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's narrations of his cooking experiences. Entertaining line drawings are added into many of the pages.

He introduces each section, which include recipes for; making breakfast, bread, lunch boxes, fish, thrifty meat, vegetables, which includes soups, fruit and treats. These are recipes that are a bit geared to European tastes and cooking rather than the heavy American comfort food. They are healthy and make use of fresh ingredients and provide some great alternatives for ordinary cooking. Hopefully you would have a taste for thyme, since many of the recipes seem to lean heavily on this seasoning.
There are many delicious smoothie recipes and some interesting healthy alternatives for lunch. Surprising hits with our family have been; kippers with smashed new potatoes, scotch broth salad, slow roast beef brisket with potatoes and onions, salad of baby peas ricotta and green onions, green beans with tomatoes, stuffed butternut squash and especially his version of Eton mess with raspberries. That will give you an idea of some of the types of food that you can find in this book

The recipes are clearly written and printed out, with enough white space around them, that even when a page has 3 on it, one can read and interpret what you should be doing very easily. This would provide an interesting addition to many cookbook collections.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A. STYLE on April 25, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
I've just spent the past week cooking several recipes from the this book.

My title says it all. The recipes are straight forward and easy to prepare using fresh ingredients. They all turned out well.

Highly recommended.

This is an English book, so a few recipes contain ingredients which are hard to find in the US, eg kippers. But this is not a big deal.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Latte VINE VOICE on May 30, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
I just finished reading through this cookbook and intend to put many of these recipes to use. I wanted to say that the author makes a point of saying, *before* the chapter on meats, that he is interested in helping folks put to use some of the less expensive odder cuts of meat with which they may find themselves. He is also British, which I think changes what is readily available for him. I think you have to keep that in mind. If you are a family who has ever purchased a quarter or half of a beef (we have, this is common in our rural area), then you know exactly what he is talking about...you get the tongue, the heart and other things that many of us Americans don't really know how to cook. I think this is his intention, to allow these cuts to be enjoyed. So I think the "devilled lamb hearts" example of a previous reviewer, while it does make a point--this kind of cuisine is not for everyone--is probably the most extreme example in the book and ought to be taken with a grain of salt.

I found myself really loving the recipes, most of which do not require an insane number of ingredients, though some substitutions for Americans might be necessary--but he often addresses this with variations or notes already! His vegetable recipes are particularly inspiring to me, as are some of the breakfasts (portabellos on toast!). I think this is a nice cookbook for someone who wants to put a little more thought and gourmet variety into their "everyday" cooking and mix things up a bit. I could see a number of these recipes making it onto our family table frequently, and we are cooking for 2 adults and 5 kids (including 3 teenagers).
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By EmAClimber on April 19, 2011
Format: Hardcover
I have to admit that I buy more cookbooks than is truly practical and unfortunately I often don't cook as many recipes as I should from the books I purchase. Unlike some that I currently own, this cookbook has so much more than pretty pictures and interesting ideas - a bit unlike High's earlier books the recipes in "river cottage every day" are practical day-to-day undertakings and can be accomplished by the home cook in a reasonable amount of time. His focus on seasonal cooking and fresh produce make this a year round winner - there are of course many recipes that take advantage of the summer and fall bounty of crops but these are balanced by a wealth of appealing recipes to carry the cook trough the less abundant winter and early spring seasons. The hand drawn images that are strewn throughout the book bring whimsy and unique detail to Simon Wheeler's beautiful photos. I am on a mission to cook through this book and so far have made the chicken and mushroom casserole with cider, roast beef, six seed soda bread, seedy spinach salad, and beef with mustardy lentils and mint - all included enough direction for the novice cook while leaving room for more experienced practitioners to improvise, some recipes even include variations. I are very much looking forward to experimenting with home made sourdough and fish curry (likely leading to fish curry pies) this coming weekend and am excitedly anticipating tackling many more of the books recipes in the coming months.

Thanks Hugh!
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