Eat This My Friend Everyday Vegetarian Recipes for Sharing
When Jade O'Donahoo sold her tiny café, Switch Board, she wanted to share the secrets of her favourite dishes. So she wrote down the recipes, compiling them as a gift to loyal customers and friends. Illustrations followed, and the project evolved, first to a blog, and ultimately to the little book you are holding now. Eat This, My Friend is Jade's collection of more than 60 lovingly illustrated recipes for versatile, healthy veggie dishes that are fuss-free-and especially good when shared with friends. Book jacket.
Jade O'Donahoo was co-founder and operator of the acclaimed hole-in-the-wall cafe Switch Board, opened in the heritage-listed Manchester Unity building in central Melbourne in 2005. Her book project started as a promise to a customer, devastated by news that Jade was selling the cafe and that her favourite dishes would be available no more. "Don't worry," Jade said, "the recipes are so easy, I'll just write them down for you!" And so Jade's little book came to be. As it grew, she recognised that she had something special on her hands, something that she would like to share with a wider audience. Jade has a blog, Eat This My Friend, and is also now studying to be a teacher. She cares for her young son, nurtures a backyard vegetable patch, loves skateboarding, and is engaged in her local community - particularly anything to do with food.