BEETROOT & WALNUT HUMMUS, BABA GANOUSH & GARLIC FLATBREADS (a journey to River Cottage, part 1)

Miss Marzipan

I am unapologetically, unashamedly, unabashedly obsessed with the River Cottage phenomenon and the “real food” philosophy of back-to-basics tour de force Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall! This one-sided love affair began when we (my husband, L and I) were invited to afternoon tea by a friend sometime during the early summer last year. Upon the bookshelf behind me sat a copy of River Cottage Veg Every Dayand, flicking through its inspirational pages, I became smitten. Upon returning home, we immediately ordered the book online and now, almost a year later, it has become somewhat of a food bible in our home and definitely my go-to cook book when it comes to savoury inspiration. Recently I stumbled across some youtube playlists featuring episodes of the various River Cottage series, one of which happened to be dedicated to veg and Hugh’s 4 month commitment to go meat-free. One episode began with this…

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