The Farmshop Cookbook is the first book to recognise the most influential food revolution in Britain since the seemingly unstoppable spread of the supermarket. As farm shops continue to emerge all over Britain at an ever-increasing rate, Christine McFadden’s timely book reflects the celebration of all things British. In a simple A–Z format Christine provides recipes, cook’s notes, tips and much more for all and everything that might be found in a fully stocked farm shop in the rural heart of any of Britain’s counties. Fruit, dairy produce, vegetables, herbs, meat, poultry, game, offal and wild foraged food are all given pages in a book whose time has truly come.
Christine McFadden is an award-winning and highly respected food writer, whose books Pepper (Absolute Press) and Tools for Cooks earned her glowing reviews and front-of-store sales. She is the author of many other books and a past committee member of The Guild of Food Writers.