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‘It’s rare to find a cookbook from which you want to cook every recipe. This is one.’
Review of The Hungry Girls’ Cookbook Volume 2, Nikki Fisher, ‘Epicure’, The Age

Spring

Food to make you love the season.
Thirteen cherished recipes roaming the globe and featuring the best spring produce. Starting out with breakfast and finishing with dessert, the recipes are mostly vegetarian and include: Greens and barley soup with asparagus, peas and a lick of green garlic | Fried turmeric fish with dill and noodles from Vietnam | Artichokes for pizza, paella … | Broccoli mallum | Egyptian rice with lentils and vermicelli | Strawberry and coconut cake. Words and photos by Rachel Pitts. Design and illustration by Nicole Stewart. Printed in Melbourne on recycled paper.
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Winter

Food to make you love the season.
Thirteen cherished recipes roaming the globe and featuring the best winter produce. Starting out with breakfast and finishing with dessert, the recipes are mostly vegetarian and include: Pan-fried silverbeet and feta flatbreads | Chipotle potato tacos | Pasta with cauliflower and olives | Okonomiyaki (cabbage pancake) with homemade sauce | Real raspberry jelly slice. Words and photos by Rachel Pitts. Design and illustration by Nicole Stewart. Printed in Melbourne on recycled paper.
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Autumn

Food to make you love the season.
Thirteen cherished recipes roaming the globe and featuring the best autumn produce. Starting out with breakfast and finishing with dessert, the recipes are mostly vegetarian and include: Figs with Nepali coconut semolina | Tomato sambal to stash in the freezer for the best stir-fries | A pumpkin pizza you may not have met before | Sri Lankan beetroot curry | A three ingredient ‘cake’ of apples and limes. Words and photos by Rachel Pitts. Design and illustration by Nicole Stewart. Printed in Melbourne on recycled paper.
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Summer

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Food to make you love the season.
Thirteen cherished recipes roaming the globe and featuring the best summer produce. Starting out with breakfast and finishing with dessert, the recipes are mostly vegetarian and include: Tomato and tofu stir-fry from Cambodia | Green bean, coconut and yoghurt salad from South India | Greek stuffed tomatoes | No-churn plum ice-cream | Apricot pie to make time stop for a moment. Words and photos by Rachel Pitts. Design and illustration by Nicole Stewart. Printed in Melbourne on recycled paper.
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Fruitful Kitchen Season Collection

Fruitful Kitchen Season Collection

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All four of the season books to take you through the year, showing there is always something to be excited about. The enthusiasm behind these globe-roaming, seasonal, almost vegetarian recipes might be contagious.
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The Hungry Girls’ Cookbook

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Hand-bound with a cloth spine – the book where it all began. Twelve much-loved, mostly vegetarian recipes include: Cherry tomato, herb and chilli fish | Rainbow chard and ricotta filo pie | Red capsicum and chickpea soup with spicy coriander pesto | Lentil, potato and caramelised onion burgers | Rhubarb sour cream pie. The Hungry Girls’ Cookbooks are a collaboration between Leah Holscher (photographer), Katherine Bird (designer and illustrator) and Rachel Pitts (recipes).
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The Hungry Girls’ Cookbook Volume 2

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Hand-bound with a cloth spine, this book features another twelve creative, mostly vegetarian dishes, including: Nepali dahl with eggplant pickle | The best winter vegie pasties | Fried green bean, breadcrumb and pistachio salad | Quick Spanish dinner | Autumn cake. The Hungry Girls’ Cookbooks are a collaboration between Leah Holscher (photographer), Katherine Bird (designer and illustrator) and Rachel Pitts (recipes).
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The Hungry Girls’ Cookbook Volume 3

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Hand-bound with a cloth spine, this book features another twelve creative, mostly vegetarian dishes, including: Persian carrots | Mapo tofu (vegetarian) | Ricotta dumplings baked in tomato with olives | Chicken and potato curry from Laos | Yoghurt and white chocolate pannacotta. The Hungry Girls’ Cookbooks are a collaboration between Leah Holscher (photographer), Katherine Bird (designer and illustrator) and Rachel Pitts (recipes).
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The Hungry Girls’ Cookbook Collection

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All three hand-bound volumes, treasured for their creative and interesting recipes, as well as for their old-fashioned good looks.
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