The Edible Flower: A Modern Guide to Growing, Cooking and Eating Edible Flowers (Hardcover)

The Edible Flower: A Modern Guide to Growing, Cooking and Eating Edible Flowers By Erin Bunting, Jo Facer Cover Image

The Edible Flower: A Modern Guide to Growing, Cooking and Eating Edible Flowers (Hardcover)

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On a seven-acre small holding in rural Northern Ireland, organic gardener Jo Facer and head chef Erin Bunting run fork-to-fork supper club, organic small-holding and fledgling cooking and growing school, The Edible Flower.

In their first cookbook, learn to grow and cook edible flowers with Jo and Erin's delicious recipes inspired by the seasonal produce they grow in their kitchen garden and the wild food they forage from their local shores and hedgerows.

Feast, celebrate and bring people together with over 50 recipes for small plates, mains, desserts, baking, snacks and drinks, at once fresh and flavourful and absolutely stunning to serve.

Recipes include:
Ribboned Courgette & Avocado Salad with Poppy Seeds & Calendula,
Pot Marigold Soda Bread,
Lilac Panna Cotta with Strawberries,
Rice with Lemon Verbena, Cardamom & Edible Flower Petals,
Marigold Petal Pasta,
Courgette Flower Tacos,
Carnation and Blackberry Cooler,
Slow Roast Lamb with Lavender, Lemon & Apricots,
Blackberry & Sweet Geranium Tart,
Vietnamese Summer Rolls with Violas,
Aubergine Katsu Curry with Pickled Magnolia
and many more ...
Product Details ISBN: 9780857829498
ISBN-10: 0857829491
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: March 14th, 2023
Pages: 304
Language: English
"Cooking (and especially baking) with flowers is increasingly trendy, and this is a solid introduction to the topic." –Publishers Weekly

"These chefs see rose petals as a perfect ingredient for a summer berry pavlova, lavender as an enhancement for slow-roasted lamb, geranium as the essence of a sweet sorbet, and marigolds as punctuation for a classic Irish soda bread." –Vogue