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Kitchen & Co.

(book, Rosie French & Ellie Grace)

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h4. From the publisher

Back in 2009, the kitchen table was where Rosie French and Ellie
 Grace began sharing their food experiments with the world through their blog Salad Club.

The popularity of the blog prompted the two 
to found a supper club in Grace’s flat, just above London's Brixton market. For each session, 30 complete strangers would come together to enjoy three- or four-course meals for a donation. 

Kitchen & Co. conveys the informal, improvisational character of Salad Club. Its 100 recipes illustrate the authors’ culinary adventurousness, which is built on a shared love for sourcing fresh produce from their local market, 
as well as unusual ingredients from ethnic supermarkets, whole-food shops, and independent suppliers. 

The book is divided into the four seasons, with many recipes created around fresh seasonal ingredients. Think Gin and Juniper Pork with Leek and Parmesan-Stuffed Squash 
for winter; Oeufs en Cocotte in 
spring; Grilled Lamb Chops and Salad Club Mezze for summer; and Warm Barley, Almond and Pomegranate Tabbouleh and a Flourless Chocolate, Prune, and Brandy Cake for an autumn birthday.
Chocolate and Hazelnut Swirls