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Bish Bash Bosh by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

Updated: May 2, 2019

Henry and Ian are lifelong friends from the UK and they are the guys behind, where they share simple and delicious recipes that are all plant based. Their web site reaches a whopping 25 million people each month, and after reviewing their second cookbook, Bish Bash Bosh, let’s make that 25 million plus one!

Their new cookbook, Bish Bash Bosh has 140 new recipes, including quick meals, big meals, feasts, sides and sharers, greens, desserts and breakfasts.

There is a huge level of fun in this book, from these creative but simple recipes, the appealing photography, and the concept of ‘Bish Bash Bosh’ and not being too formal in the kitchen.

My husband, aka The Celtic Cook, thinks these recipes are standouts: One-Tray Pasanda: Turbo Tortilla: Quick Quesadillas: Holy Trinity Louisiana Gumbo; Roast Sweet Potato Tagine; Shepherd’s Pie; Ultimate Nut Roast; Brussels Sprouts with Maple Mushrooms and Texan Salad; Classic Lasagne; Sushi Cupcakes and Mini Banoffee Meringues.

I love that we are eating more vegetables with these meals – we can feel self-righteous we are doing something great for our health, as experts all agree that more vegetables are good for you!

Bish Bash Bosh is a delightfully informal and engaging cook book with loads of delicious plant-based recipes that the whole family can enjoy.

Reviewer: Karen McMillan

Published by HQ


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