Eat Well

Grow the good life

We felt so inspired flicking through that we strolled down the road to the local fruit market to pick up ingredients for the featured Fig & Rosemary Tart recipe. If a cookbook can get us into the kitchen that fast, it’s safe to say that author Byron Smith and his partner, Tess Robinson, have created a masterpiece. Expert horticulturist and all-round nice guy, Smith designs, installs and maintains edible food gardens on Australia’s east coast for his business, Urban Growers. In the book, Smith shares everything he’s learnt, and together the influential couple have penned an antidote to the relentless pursuit of “doing it all”. Instead of getting swept up in all that faff, they remind you that it’s time to slow down, grow something and enjoy the good life.

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Eat Well

Eat Well4 min letti
Aussie Almond Growers
Open up a pack of mixed nuts and which one do you go straight for? If your top pick is the almond, you’re in good company — they’re the most consumed tree nut. Australia is the second largest producer of almonds in the world according to the Australi
Eat Well1 min letti
The roots of gelato go back thousands of years, at least 5000 years to when Egyptian pharaohs would offer guests a cup of ice sweetened with fruit juice. The Romans took it to an explosive level by enjoying ice harvested from the volcanoes Vesuvius a
Eat Well4 min letti
Plant Wisdom
Native to the Mediterranean, this ancient beauty has found its way into hearts and homes worldwide. Predominantly thought of as a culinary herb, and understandably so, rosemary creates an aromatic melody, igniting our senses as we chop and season wit