The Meat Free Monday Cookbook Foreword by Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney

  • Web Price: £15.99
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  • ISBN:
    9780857830678
    Format:
    Hardback
    Size:
    255 x 205 x 20mm
    Pages:
    240
    Published:
    20 Oct 2011
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In 2009, Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney launched the Meat Free Monday campaign as a simple and straightforward idea to show everyone the value of eating less meat – and to make it easier for us all to do so. The Meat Free Monday Cookbook is for everyone who shares the campaign’s aims and consists of menus for each of the 52 weeks of the year. Packed with recipes such as Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes, Basil and Mushroom Tart, Pilau Rice with Cashews and Watermelon Granita, as well as vibrant spring soups, inventive summer salads, appetising autumn bakes and comforting winter stews, it includes contributions from Paul and Stella McCartney and celebrity and chef supporters of the campaign such as Skye Gyngell, Giorgio Locatelli, Theo Randall, Yotam Ottolenghi, Kevin Spacey and Vivienne Westwood.

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'The vast majority of people are conscientious and would want to do something in their own lives to help secure a happier future for the generations that follow. Whilst many suggestions offered can be quite difficult to put into practice, the idea of one meat-free day per week is something that many people find do-able and something that, with the help of this book, can be achieved relatively easily.' from the foreword by Paul, Stella and Mary McCartney

'For those meat eaters who can't think how to cook without it, this will help and inspire.' The Independent

'Here the newlywed Beatle opens his private cookbook to share some surprisingly exotic dishes.' The Times

'Go meat-free with the McCartneys' Vegetarian Living

'One of the most sensible campaigns of the past few years was Meat Free Monday. Launched by the McCartney family, it asked us to consider one day per week without meat. The Meat Free Monday Cookbook is equally appetising, filled as it is with wonderful recipes.'
Tom Parker Bowles