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Home Farm Cooking

Writers
John Pawson and Catherine Pawson
Price
$59.95
Date
2021
Publisher
Phaidon
Format
Monographs
ISBN
978-1838661267
Size
21 × 27 cm
Length
272 pp
Genre
Cooking
Description

A long-awaited second cookbook from celebrated architectural designer John Pawson and his wife Catherine Pawson.

Home Farm is the Pawson family’s base in the heart of the English countryside. Five years in the making, the beautiful house was built to unite friends and relatives in a bucolic, simple setting. In this personal, inspiring recipe collection John and Catherine share 100 favorite dishes, all fundamental to their home-cooking — and entertaining — repertoire. The result speaks beautifully of food shared and enjoyed in a space designed to accommodate and adapt to the seasonal shift in cooking and eating.

  1. Home Farm Cooking
 

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