Partial contents: Autumn ( 77 p.) -- Winter (77 p.) -- Spring (79 p.) -- Summer (79 p.)Summary: "Homeward explores seasonal eating through family recipes. This is presented through four distinct books based on each season of the year and categorised by its relative foods. Homeward is about eating at opportune times. It is about eating according to seasons. Different seasons of the year require customised cooking systems and different food choice. Homeward is more than just the food. Homeward is about family. Family recipes access people’s emotions. It can evoke powerful memories and unique experiences, bringing excitement, satisfaction and feelings of comfort. The word Homeward refers to the idea of moving towards home or returning to home. In this sense Homeward is more than just the action of going home but also to prepare one’s mentality of returning home. Living under one roof is a Chinese tradition. The Chinese ideal of living together symbolises harmony, longevity as a united and thriving family. When family comes together to eat under one roof, the home becomes alive, a source of energy and hope, of urgency and love."--UTS website viewed 15th June, 2016.