There’s a new cookbook in town and if you’re veggie/vegan you’re going to want to check it out. It’s the long-awaited third edition of ‘Food for Friends: Modern Vegetarian Cooking at Home’ – but this time in iBook form!
Food for Friends an award-winning gourmet vegetarian restaurant, set in the heart of the vibrant Brighton lanes on the south coast of England. Established in 1981 it’s long been a hit with the locals and more recently it came runner up as Best Ethical Restaurant in the OFM Awards in 2013 and 2014.
The original cookbook, published in 2010, was widely acclaimed, with recommendations from the BBC Good Food Magazine and The Independent.
The new iBook is a collection of 100 or so classic recipes which reflect the owners Jane and Ramin’s love of Middle Eastern, North African and Mediterranean food.
Based on the restaurant’s seasonal menus and daily specials, the iBook aims to inspire meat-free cooking and caters for special dietary requirements such as dairy or gluten-free.
Chapters include salads, soups, light-bites, pastas & bakes, noodles, grains & pulses, fritters & galettes & burgers, parcels, tarts, soufflés, big pots & slow cooking, desserts and baking! So plenty to inspire cooking in the new year.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the tasty recipes behind the pages of the book. I’ll being testing out some of my favourites and sharing these with you in a follow-on post.
If you’re now itching to get your hands on the iBook, it’s available for £7.99 through the F.F.F. website: www.foodforfriends.com/ibook/.
*Disclaimer I was gifted a copy of the Food for Friends iBook. – but this has not influenced my review. All views are my own.