About Larder Love
Say 'olive you' with all the staples for kitchen success. The perfect house-warming gift for a seasoned home chef or a cheeky apology for the friend who’s still salty.
Regular bundle includes:
- Your Choice of Cookbook to choose from 'Always Add Lemon', 'Bitter Honey' or 'That Sounds So Good'.
- Mount Zero Organic EV Olive Oil Cold-pressed from Australian grown Frantoio and Manzanilla olives.
- Olsson’s Sea Salt Flakes. Sourced from the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia and housed in a refillable stoneware jar.
Large bundle includes (in addition to the Regular bundle):
- Carlotta and Gee Linen Apron & Tea Towel*. Responsibly made from European Flax linen without any pesticides or chemicals.
*Tea towels are assorted and may vary in colour or pattern to image shown.
More about the selected cookbooks:
Always Add Lemon is the highly anticipated first book from one of the most exciting young chefs cooking in Australia today, Danielle Alvarez. Taking the lessons, skills and tastes acquired working alongside some of the best chefs in the world, Danielle translates formidable kitchen smarts into an inspiring collection of recipes and projects for nourishing, vegetable-forward, seasonal food.
In Bitter Honey, seasoned chef Letitia Clark invites us into her home on one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean Sea – Sardinia. The recipes in this book do not take long to make, but you can taste the ethos behind every one of them – one which invites you to slow down, and nourish yourself with fresh food, friends and family.
In NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER That Sounds So Good, Carla Lalli Music believes that delicious food is an essential and attainable part of life, no matter how busy you are.
The key is to have recipes up your sleeve for every situation. Carla knows that the most successful home cooks choose dishes they actually have time to make, based on what they already have on hand. So, the recipes in That Sounds So Good are organised by needs we all have: quick stovetop suppers and one-pot meals for weeknights, big salads and grain bowls if you want to burn a little cleaner, and lazy lunches and all-day roasts for the weekend.