Winter

Winter

By
Skye Gyngell
Contains
21 recipes
Published by
Quadrille Publishing
ISBN
9781844003372

With its long hours of darkness and a sky that seems to sit so low that it rests on my shoulders, the English winter can seem very bleak to me. It can also feel a little desolate in terms of fruit and vegetables. Once the abundance of autumn has dwindled, we are left with apples, pears, chards and root vegetables, but little else. Fortunately, Italy brings us wonderful bitter winter leaves. Blood oranges, too, are in season. At their best these have a superb, clean flavour – the perfect finish for a rich winter meal. Winter’s true saving grace is the desire it arouses to cook long, slow, comforting dishes. For less money at this time of year, we can produce dishes of real substance with complex, intense flavours that are deeply satisfying.

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