A book about two passions: trail running and delicious food.
'One of the 20 Best Food Books of the Year' - The Observer
'If you love to run and you love to eat, this is a book for you!' - Dean Karnazes
'This book inspires me inside and out, I want to run, leap, cook and eat. An all-round appetite a rouser.' - Fergus Henderson
'You don't need to be like Billy and run 100-mile trails to appreciate this cookbook.' - Allan Jenkins
Eat, Run, Enjoy is a recipe book designed for runners of all levels. It features 80 mouth-watering recipes, including breakfasts, salads, main meals, snacks, drinks and desserts, many of which are vegetarian or vegan, and all designed with busy runners in mind. These easy-to-make and nutritionally balanced meals will help runners reach their performance goals in an enjoyable way. It's delicious food that not only tastes great but will also keep you going through long days on the trails and in the mountains.
Includes insightful interviews with some of the world's best trail and mountain runners, who offer their nutritional advice and tips on how to become a better runner. With beautiful food photography and stunning images of some of the world's most majestic trails, this book will inspire you both to get cooking some wholesome and tasty food in the kitchen, then to lace up your trainers and head outside to enjoy the run.
The book features interviews with ultra-running legends Emelie Forsberg, Ida Nilsson, Mimmi Kotka, Ricky Lightfoot, Courtney Dauwalter and Zach Miller.
Eat Run Enjoy
Billy White is a British chef based in Sweden, who has a background in fine dining, including St. John in London, Fäviken and Restaurant Mathias Dahlgren. He is now head chef at Rosendals Trädgård, Stockholm. As well as cooking, he also has a passion for long- distance trail running, especially in the plentiful trails and forests of Sweden. His aim is to shift the focus in endurance athletics from food as fuel to food as something to be enjoyed. He lives just outside Stockholm with his wife and two young children.
- Hardback | 224 pages | 9781472986061