If we could all live and eat a little more like Tom the world and the food chain would be in much better shape.
Tom Hunt is an award-winning eco-chef, writer and climate change campaigner. His Bristol restaurant Poco has won numerous awards including Best Ethical Restaurant at the OFM Awards. He has written for many newspapers and magazine and writes a weekly column for Feast magazine in the Saturday Guardian offering ingenious no-waste recipes. He is an experienced speaker and cook at events, including Taste of London, Borough Market, Feastival and Abergavenny Food Festival. He is a campaigner and ambassador for Action Against Hunger, Soil Association, Slow Food International and The Fairtrade Foundation.
Rights : Kyle Books / Hachette UK (WR), Dumont (German), Uniboek (Dutch), Cinco Tintas (Spanish), Ulmer (French), Interlink (US)
"If we could all live and eat a little more like Tom the world and the food chain would be in much better shape."
"This book is like a hybrid of Michael Pollan and Anna Jones. It combines serious food politics with flavour-packed modern recipes. This is a call-to-arms for a different way of eating which seeks to lead us there not through lectures but through a love of food, in all its vibrancy and variety."
Tom's mission is to teach a way of eating that prioritises the environment without sacrificing pleasure, taste and nutrition.
Tom's manifesto, 'Root to Fruit' demonstrates how we can all become part of the solution, supporting a delicious, biodiverse and regenerative food system, giving us the skills and knowledge to shop, eat and cook sustainably, whilst eating healthier, better-tasting food for no extra cost.