Some of the best food takes literally only minutes to prepare, and if you have good ingredients, a good recipe and some kitchen know-how the results will be great. The 150 recipes in this book are naturally simple. There is no corner-cutting - just straightforward good cooking. Many of the dishes can be on the table in 30 minutes or less. Others are dishes that, while quick to make, require a slow cook in the oven. Think Pork with Creamy Cider Sauce, Smoked Trout Fish Cakes and Penne Puttanesca - or, for when you have time to leave something in the oven to cook, Cheese, Leek and Potato Pie and Dorset Hot Pot.
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TV chef Valentine Warner is known for his strong focus on excellent ingredients, and his robust, flavoursome food. In What to Eat Next he shows how to let your ingredients do a lot of the work for you so you can have delicious food on the table in no time with the minimum of fuss. Valentine is a food writer and cook with a passion for nature, the seasons and mainly being outdoors. He trained under chefs such as Alastair Little and Rose Carrarini before setting up a private catering company. In September 2008 Valentine burst on to our TV screens with his first hit series What to Eat Now which saw him seeking out the best food and dishes that the four seasons have to offer. Valentine has written for The Times, the Independent, Olive, Waitrose Food Illustrated and others. He has recently been on our screens in Valentine Warner Eats Scandinavia on The Good Food Channel.
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Buchbeschreibung Octopus Publishing Ltd. Mrz 2014, 2014. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - 150 naturally simple recipes made with good ingredients. Many can be on the table within 30 minutes, whereas others are quick to prepare but require slow cooking in the oven. Simple cooking is a perpetual trend. The 'What to Eat Now' series from this TV chef have sold over 120,000 copies. 256 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781845335427