Giveaway (CLOSED): Win 1 of 3 Copies of Elizabeth David on Vegetables


Elizabeth David on Vegetables

To coincide with the centenary of Elizabeth David’s birth, this beautiful new book celebrates her best and most-loved vegetable recipes.   Perfect for the start of summer this book contains over 100 recipes from Elizabeth, who had a huge influence on British cooking.

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Discussion97 Comments

  1. Most definitely courgettes! Yummy roasted, fried, baked, in sauces, in cakes, cold (cooked) in salads or warm under gravy and good for you too! Mmmm!

  2. Tomatoes! Heirloom, cherry, baby, plum, beef. Sweet, sour, raw, roasted, made into sauces, the epitome of summer and all good things, not to mention it’s a power house of goodness for our bodies! Kids love them too. Tomatoes!

  3. Janice Papworth

    Tomatoes are my favourite although really a fruit. They are great raw in salads and sandwiches and fantastic cooked in many dishes with a great flavour. ALso contain cancer beating lycopene

  4. Being veggie it’s hard to choose as I love so many.. prob Aubergines – plus I love middle eastern cookery in which they feature a lot.

  5. oh my goodness, how can I choose. I suppose it has to be mushrooms as I love to use them in Italian, chinese, Indian & English dishes

  6. Mary-Ann Pollard

    My favorite vegetable is sweetcorn, i can eat it by the bowl full of cooked on the cob nom nom

  7. That’s a hard question but I think it’s carrots – I could happily eat them in every meal and raw, they’re my favourite snack.

  8. It has got to be peas for me. There’s nothing better than that first pod of the summer – popping it open and those sweet juicy morsels inside. Even frozen peas are great – handy for whipping up a quick soup with a handful of herbs, for unexpected guests.

  9. Mark Whittaker

    Hard choice , I love spinach , but would have to go for Squashes of any kind. They are just so versatile

  10. Runner beans, especially home-grown. We always freeze some of ours & make sure we save some for dinner on Christmas Day.

  11. Love aubergine when its spent a lifetime roasting in the oven until its as soft and mushy as baby food – yummy!

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