'A very special book' DIANA HENRY.
'Perfect' NINA STIBBE.
The Little Library Year
takes you through a full twelve months in award-winning food writer Kate Young's kitchen. Here are frugal January meals enjoyed alone with a classic comfort read, as well as summer feasts to be eaten outdoors with the perfect beach read to hand.
Beautifully photographed throughout, The Little Library Year
is full of delicious seasonal recipes, menus and reading recommendations.
'A wonderful, brilliant book' RUBY TANDOH.
'The best present a food-obsessed bookworm could ask for' OLIA HERCULES.
'Tender, gorgeous, clever and generous' ELLA RISBRIDGER.
'Bibliophile foodies have a treat in store for them. Many treats, in fact' JASPER FFORDE. 'A deeply personal book written in a sincere voice; reading it is like talking to your best and greediest book-loving friend' Daily Telegraph. 'Makes me want to read, cook and eat in equal measure' Sue Quinn. 'Kate's writing is as delicious and vibrant as her recipes. Her passion for food, for books, and for seasonal home cooking is completely infectious. This book sings with love, with flavour, with invention: I want to cook everything in it' Olivia Potts. 'I love this so much. It's so cheering in an I Capture the Castle way of not being able to be depressed when there is a good egg tea inside you. I love Kate Young's writing and the way she weaves herself, the books, and the food together. What a treat' Cathy Retzenbrink. 'Tender, gorgeous, clever and generous ... A book to be both treasured and treated as the hands-on, practical food bible it really is. As perfectly balanced as her recipes - with photographs like Vermeer paintings, stories the never overwhelm the food itself, and lovely, lyrical writing - I want to eat everything Kate cooks, and I want to cook everything she writes, and I want to buy this book for everyone I love. I loved it' Ella Risbridger. 'Combines two of my most favourite things - interesting and flavour-packed recipes, and reading lists. The best present a food-obsessed bookworm could ask for' Olia Hercules. 'Bibliophile foodies have a treat in store for them. Many treats, in fact' Jasper Fforde. 'A wonderful, brilliant book. Instantly comforting, effortlessly beautiful and suffused with the generosity that's at the heart of any good meal' Ruby Tandoh. 'A cookbook and culinary almanac that celebrates the books and characters conjured by each season and its food. Leafing through a cookery book has never been so satisfying. Perfect' Nina Stibbe. 'Recipes you long t
The Little Library Year