This book features favourite dishes for family meals, with 70 traditional appetizers, main courses and desserts. It offers a classic collection of recipes for creating delicious and memorable Sunday lunches for family and friends, shown in more than 250 photographs. It includes succulent roasts, such as beef, chicken, pork and goose, with all the trimmings, as well delicious alternatives such as rich casseroles and tempting pies, as well as non-meat alternatives. Whether your best Sunday meal is Roast beef with Yorkshire Pudding, Lamb with Mint Sauce, Venison Stew, Poached Salmon, or Veal and Ham Pie, this book will help you create meals that will delight everyone. Every recipe comes with step-by-step illustrations and a glorious picture of each finished dish, for confident cooking every time, whatever your experience. Eating a special meal on a Sunday, when everyone sits round the table together, has been a tradition in many cultures for generations, and this is celebrated here with a mouth-watering selection of recipes. Here you will find light and easy appetizers, such as Watercress Soup and Smoked Mackerel Pate, followed by a chapter full of satisfying main courses, including Steak and Kidney Pie and Fisherman's Casserole, as well as beautiful roasts. Also included are a selection of tasty accompaniments, such as Roast Potatoes, Cauliflower Cheese and Braised Red Cabbage. The chapter devoted to desserts contains classics such as Lemon Meringue Pie, Fruit Crumbles and Bakewell Tart. With such an array of combinations to choose from, this book contains all you need for creating a perfect Sunday lunch.Biografía del autor:
Annette Yates Annette Yates co-runs the Taste Talk food consultancy, offering companies services that include designing recipes, food styling, and developing magazine and newspaper features. In her native Wales she is a keen supporter of food producers and local chefs, and has a particular interest in the regional cooking of Britain.
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