The Little Book of Slow by Sally Wise & Paul McIntyre »

How to slow down, live more mindfully and savour the simple joys of life

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<i>The Little Book of Slow</i> by Sally Wise & Peter McIntyre

The Little Book of Slow by Sally Wise & Peter McIntyre [©HarperCollins]

 

Part nostalgia, part how-to guide, The Little Book of Slow offers practical suggestions, recipes and more for making delicious food from scratch and cultivating meaningful activities and pastimes.

Bestselling cookbook author Sally Wise teams up with radio personality Paul McIntyre to help you slow your life down, relax and de-stress with vintage inspiration from a more leisurely time.

Discover how to make your own bread, pickles and preserves, fresh cheeses and yoghurt. Pack the perfect picnic, cook over a campfire or host a vintage-style high tea.

Or be inspired to take up slow hobbies and pastimes like beachcombing, collecting vinyl, playing board games or cards and holding dinner parties.
 

About the authors

Sally Wise is the author of numerous cookbooks, including the popular Slow Cooker and most recently A Kitchen in the Valley. A regular guest on ABC Local Radio in Tasmania, Sally also runs her own cooking school in the picturesque Derwent Valley.

Paul McIntyre is an award-winning playwright whose work has been performed internationally. He is also a senior producer for ABC Local Radio, a feature writer for ABC Online and a radio personality whose expertise ranges from pop culture to ancient history
 

The Little Book of Slow by Sally Wise and Paul McIntyre is published by /Harper Collins (Imprint ABC Books; Syd, NSW; Jan 2017; pb;  240pp, RRP A$24.99). It can be found at good bookstores or online via booko.com.au »
 

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  • Derwent Valley (TAS)

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