Giveaway: A Change of Appetite by Diana Henry

Last week I shared a guest recipe for Diana Henry’s orange and pomegranate cake, which I was pleased to see was a really big hit with lots of you over the weekend. As mentioned, I’ve really been enjoying cooking from Diana’s latest book A Change of Appetite, which is packed full of lighter, vegetable, fish and grain-based dishes, with influences from Cambodia, North Africa, Peru, India and the Middle East.

If this book sounds like something you’d enjoy, I also have two additional copies of the book to giveaway. So, here’s your chance to enter and win a copy of your own.

A Change of Appetitie

Here’s how to enter:

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A Change of Appetite by Diana Henry is published by Mitchell Beazley/Octopus Publishing Group RRP £25. I have two additional copies in hand and will be responsible for posting them out to the winners. Cover image courtesy of the publisher.

You may also enjoy reading my interview with Diana Henry here.

Comments

  1. Lorraine Polley says

    love to cook with butternut squash, makes beautiful soup when mixed with red pepper

  2. liz ferguson says

    I love cooking with Mung Beans. They are so versatile and full of nutrients.

  3. Patrick Moran says

    Beetroot. It is one of the most healthiest vegetables out there. It’s classed as a super vegetable for all its properties. And it is a well known aid to help you when dieting

  4. Karen Dixon says

    Most meals at the moment have asprargus in them for us , espeically at this time of the year

  5. Rebecca Gransden says

    Love brown rice – so unrated. Also have to stick up for the humble chick pea.

  6. Judith Allen says

    We’re loving brown rice at the moment, goes just lovely with a chickpea curry.

  7. Pamela says

    I love sweetcorn … because it’s so, well, sweet and yet healthy at the same time! :-)

  8. Sheila Reeves says

    Broccoli – use it so much now, and when we first got together my husband said it was the only vegetable he wouldn’t eat ;))

  9. says

    Sweet potato is amazing – mashed up with a bit of clarified butter, cut into fries and sprinkled with paprika before roasting or just cut into cubes and put into a casserole… my cupboard is always full of sweet potatoes!

  10. Suzanne says

    Mushrooms are a great favourite and very versatile from exotic dishes to simply mushrooms on toast.

  11. Talisa says

    I love adding Celery to our meals. In spaghetti bolognese, chilli con carne, casserole, curries… you can do so much with it!

  12. Spencer Broadley says

    Sweetcorn – can be mixed with beans, can make fritters, mix with tuna and mayonnaise

  13. Sandra Lane says

    I have started using quinoa in salads. It is high in protein and so easy to prepare.

  14. Miss. Lucinda Fountain says

    My favourite vegetable or grain to cook healthy suppers with has to be Courgette, as it is something that i can do so much with! (Like for instance a nice Ratatouille or with a rice dish etc.).

  15. Hazel Christopher says

    I really love broccoli – I think it’s delicious and add it to lots of different meals from stiry frys to cheese & potato pie :)

  16. Maxine says

    I do think that red carmargue rice makes delicious salads, and with different dressings and added vegetables, can be a great light meal

  17. Helen B says

    I love giant couscous because you can put so many different things and flavours with it, and it’s great as an accompaniment to a meal or on it’s own as a salad.

  18. says

    Favourite veg or grain? Gosh, that’s tough. I suppose my favourite veg is courgette – so versatile. As for grain, I love giant cous cous, but those little buggers get EVERYWHERE after I feed them to the kids. Tasty, though!

  19. Corin says

    I love mixing quinoa into salads with any vegetables. It bulks it out and keeps me fuller for longer, not to mention the added protein!

  20. frances hopkins says

    I’d love to say something imaginative but can’t, unfortunately I’m not the greatest cook in the world :-(

  21. Jane Willis says

    Bulghur, it goes with so many things and can be eaten hot or cold, dressed up or dressed down

  22. kellyjo walters says

    I love spelt with spinich, soya beans and a lemon dressing, with salad and egg or salmon… any grain I love buckwheat, cous cous etc

  23. Tracy Nixon says

    I eat loads of vegetables and my favourite are Jersey potatoes! I love them boiled and served with butter and black pepper – from April to June, when they are in season I buy lots!

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