Grow Happy, Cook Happy, Be Happy
Jun 7, 2018
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‘Bryony’s talents as both cook and photographer are clearly evident in this book. Her joie de vivre is infectious and her recipes mouthwatering’ Alan Titchmarsh MBE
A quintessentially British, home-grown cookery and lifestyle book
There’s nothing more satisfying than growing your own produce, and then using it to make a delicious home-cooked meal. But whether you are catering for the family or simply cooking for one, now it couldn’t be easier to grow, cook and enjoy your very own home-grown, tasty food.
Grow Happy, Cook Happy, Be Happy is full of practical gardening advice, cookery tips and mouth-wateringly easy-to-make recipes that will make you happy inside and out. Bryony Hill’s unique, friendly style and instinctive warmth, guides you through the months of the year on a journey from garden to kitchen, that will have you making the most out of whatever outdoor space you have, and whatever ingredients you have grown.
This colour illustrated book is packed with Bryony’s own stunning photographs of flowers, vegetables and the wonderful wildlife found in her garden – all beautifully captured on her camera through the seasons. The book is full of her own photographs of home-grown ingredients and deliciously simple, easy-to-follow dishes that can be adapted to your own individual tastes and needs, or for several hungry mouths
About the author
Bryony Hill was born and educated in Sussex and, after a year at Brighton Art College, she lived in France, returning to London in 1975 where, shortly afterwards, she met her future husband, ex-professional footballer and television pundit Jimmy Hill. In 1985 they moved back to her home county where she learned to garden in earnest the vegetable plot taking priority. There remained one wish and, when she eventually convinced Jimmy that a few chickens had to join the family, their rural idyll was complete. Grow Happy, Eat Happy, Be Happy is Bryony’s 7th book and she now has the time to develop her passion for photography alongside continuing to experiment with recipes and cooking what she has grown for friends and family.