The Kitchen is driven by these instincts

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A Week in the Kitchen

By Karen Dudley

Published 2012

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Life is too short for the arbitrary, the mediocre, the “nice”. If you are going to eat something, however simple, it must be all that it is meant to be. It must be essentially good.
Contrast, colour, a riot of flavour – this is the stuff we live by, this is the stuff we celebrate!
Food made with generosity and attention has the power to grow a community and to make people happy. There is reciprocity here. As we spend our love, so it comes back to us threefold.
This book has been cajoled into being by many friends of The Kitchen. This is the way we want to eat: a great selection of vegetables, fresh and good. These are the “Mains”. The meat dishes are the “Accompaniment”.