The Greenwich Market Cookbook lets you recreate favourite recipes from the market traders and nearby restaurants of one of London’s most historic and bustling street food markets. Here we’re giving you the chance to win a copy!
The name Greenwich is taken from the Old English word for “green harbour” and since its creation, Greenwich has been a bustling hub for newcomers to explore and new ingredients to be traded. Nowadays, Greenwich Market can see 150 stallholders in action. This recipe book captures a snapshot of the much-loved vendors we see today.
Packed with insider knowledge, The Greenwich Market Cookbook gives you the chance to experiment with tried and tested street-food recipes at home.
The cookbook is bursting with international dishes, including recipes from Munchies burrito stall; unique ramen burgers from Pimp My Ramen (not kidding); husband-and-wife team La-Mian & Dim Sum offer northern Chinese cuisine; seafood curries from Mogul; and Greenwich Market veteran Teriyaki-Ya mixes the Osakan-style Japanese “tapas” with south western Korean cuisine, with its spicy sea bass.
Back in Europe, Tortilla’s Home brings Andalusian tortilla recipes to the mix; while Forno Viaggiante Pizzeria shares Giancarlo’s secret pizza dough recipe.
Or get baking with the likes of award-winning Rubys of London for 100% vegan cakes, often gluten-free and sugar-free, too (try the chocolate chip hazelnut banana bread); and Greenwich Cookie Time for chewy classic cookie recipes.
For your chance to win a copy of The Greenwich Market Cookbook and bring street food to your kitchen, simply enter your details below to be entered into our prize draw.
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The Greenwich Market Cookbook by the traders of Greenwich Market (Kitchen Press, £15.99)
| Out on 22 March 2016
Terms and conditions
Closing date 11.59am Tuesday 29 March 2016. No cash alternative. Winners will be picked at random. All entrants will be first to hear food and drink news, recipes and recommendations from Street Eats London’s regular newsletter.
Illustrations: Kath van Uytrecht
Photography: Colin Hampton-White