Eat Slow celebrates food grown and prepared with love and consumed at leisure. You'll find a collection of over 50 really special places to eat; places where the chefs and owners believe in using local, seasonal and often organic produce, and where the joys of conviviality and the simple pleasures of sharing a meal are put first. Also featured are 50 of Britain's best organic food producers; cheese-makers, beef-farmers and cider-makers - all brought to life with stunning color photographs and vivid write ups. There's honest value too; rustic, friendly and well priced places that believe food should be good, clean and fair.
Anna Colquhoun is a ‘culinary anthropologist'. She trained as a chef at the Tante Marie Cooking School in San Francisco and interned at Alice Waters' legendary restaurant Chez Panisse.
“Discover slow, slow living as you lie back, stretch out and enjoy the view.”
- The Guardian
“A magnificent guidebook.”
- BBC Good Food Magazine