Friday, October 16, 2015

annabel langbein - endless summer

Here it is, the one I have been (rather impatiently) waiting for - Annabel Langbein’s new summer annual Annabel Langbein A Free Range Life: Endless Summer.

In this new recipe collection Annabel lifts the lid on 120+ fresh recipes to suit every appetite – from portable jar salads to super-power snacks, one-pot bach meals, bbq dishes and a cake that transforms into 10 delicious variations.
A six-week meal planner offers simple solutions for weeknight meals, while Annabel gives menu suggestions for every occasion, including mix-and-match barbecue ideas and a modern turkey menu that will wow your friends and family this Christmas.
This cracker new recipe collection is backed up by shopping lists, gardening charts and bonus cooking tips and tricks on Annabel’s website at 
Annabel Langbein A Free Range Life: Endless Summer (Annabel Langbein Media, $24.95) is available from Paper Plus, The Warehouse, supermarkets and bookshops from 22 October 2015 and makes a great Christmas gift or treat for yourself.

If you have a holiday home I suggest you buy two copies as you will want one at each place where you are preparing meals.
I have already marked six new salads and five main dishes I'll be trying a summer approaches.
Publication 22 October.

About Annabel Langbein

Over more than 20 years, Annabel has written and published 22 cookbooks and starred in and co-produced three seasons of her award-winning TV series Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook. It’s Annabel’s mission to get people into the kitchen to create simple, healthy meals to share with family and friends. Her lighthearted, down-to-earth approach, no-fail recipes and clever kitchen tips have earned her a passionate international following.
Annabel’s books have won numerous international awards, been translated into multiple languages and sold close to two million copies throughout Europe, North America and Australasia. Her TV series has screened in more than 90 countries around the world and in September 2015 launched into the United States on the Public Television network (the US equivalent of the BBC and home to quality programming such as Downton Abbey).  
A foundation member of the Sustainability Council of New Zealand and named by the
NZ Beekeepers’ Association as the official ambassador for New Zealand bees, Annabel is uniquely qualified as a flag-bearer for the international sustainability movement, having spent her early life living off the land, cooking over an open fire, trapping possums in the Ureweras and jumping out of helicopters to recover live deer.
Annabel grows much of her family’s fresh produce in extensive organic garden on the shores of scenic Lake Wanaka, where Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook is filmed.

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