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The Year of Miracles
Ella Risbridger, The Year of Miracles | Slightly Foxed
  • ISBN: 9781526622631
  • Pages: 288
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury
  • Binding: Hardback

The Year of Miracles

Recipes about Love + Grief + Growing Things

Ella Risbridger
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The Year of Miracles by Ella Risbridger is more than just a cookbook; like her Midnight Chicken, every page is a transporting blend of recipes and life story.

This book is about a year in the kitchen (and in the garden under the fire-escape steps). A year of grief and hope and change; of fancy fish pie, cardamom-cinnamon chicken rice, chimichurri courgettes, quadruple carb soup, blackberry miso birthday cake and sticky toffee Guinness brownie pudding. A year of loss and fried jam sandwiches. A year of seedlings and pancakes. A year of falling in love. A year of recipes. A year, in other words, of minor miracles.

‘An extraordinary, heartwarming book with gorgeous recipes. I loved it.’ Nigel Slater

‘Ella Risbridger has a comforting talent for delivering deliciousness in a way that seems like an act of compassion.’ Nigella Lawson

‘Love, sorrow, grief and how cooking can get you through. Ella Risbridger has such a sincere and distinctive voice. A book full of wisdom.’ Diana Henry



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