The Cornersmith Guide to a More Sustainable Kitchen

lex Elliott-Howery and Jaimee Edwards have joined forces to bring you . For years, the duo experimented with food — in their home kitchens as well as at their Sydney café, Cornersmith. Now it’s time for a cookbook sharing their love of fermenting, offcuts and waste hacks. Sharing over 230 recipes, the authors keep meals affordable, delicious and free from a hefty carbon footprint. offers alternative flavour combinations so you can stay versatile in your ingredient selection, cater for dietary requirements and avoid boredom in the kitchen. With beautiful imagery by photographer Cath Muscat, Elliot-Howery and Edwards’ cookbook will help you rethink your spending without reducing the amount of food that you consume. The book not only delivers scrumptious recipes, it also teaches you how to decrease your food waste

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