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'Everything one wants in a cookbook. Beautiful, elegant simplicity. Angela's gorgeous The Weekend Cook is a vital addition to any cook's kitchen' Stanley Tucci
'This is a brilliant cookery book by a brilliant woman' Claudia Winkleman
An invitation to supper at Angela Hartnett's house is a real treat. Nestled in the heart of London's vibrant East End, you know you're going to get delicious food, great company and a relaxed atmosphere that is as far removed from the high-octane stress of a professional kitchen as it is from the awkward social anxiety that many of us face when hosting a dinner.
Angela knows the secrets to throwing the most relaxed and enjoyable dinners for friends and family – sometimes mad, but always magical evenings that people talk about for months afterwards – and in this book she's going to share them. Recipes include:
Potato and Wild Garlic Soup
Whole Trout with Almond and Herb Stuffing
Sunday Night Cupboard Spaghetti
Queen of Puddings
Great flavours and simple recipes abound in these pages, each one a joy to cook and eat, from satisfying one-pot dishes and comforting risottos to perfect party food and bakes to feed a hungry crowd.
Collected in these pages are over 80 recipes from one of Britain's most-loved chefs, as well as time saving tips and cheats that will take the stress out of hosting and allow you to enjoy your dinner parties without breaking a sweat. The only essential ingredients are friends and family … and lots of them.
'Incredible ... Every dish is heartfelt and flavour-led' Tom Kerridge
'Whether you are planning a festive dinner party or a simple night in for two, Angela's sumptuous recipes will fill you with joy' Michel Roux Jr
This is a brilliant cookery book by a brilliant woman ― Claudia Winkleman
Incredible ... Every dish is heartfelt and flavour-led ― Tom Kerridge
Whether you are planning a festive dinner party or a simple night in for two, Angela's sumptuous recipes will fill you with joy ― Michel Roux Jr
I can't remember the last time I wanted to make absolutely everything in a book! Warm and welcoming ... A book I know will be a kitchen companion for many years to come― Rachel Roddy --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
About the Author
Angela Hartnett, MBE, is one of the UK's most-loved chefs and restaurateurs, known for her sophisticated yet simple, Italian-inspired cooking. Born in Britain, her passion for good, honest food and the best ingredients was instilled in her by her Italian grandmother and mother. Working with Gordon Ramsay for many years, she launched Amaryllis in Scotland, Verre in Dubai and Menu and The Grill Room at the Connaught.
In 2007 Angela was awarded an MBC for services to the hospitality industry, and the following year she opened her own restaurant, Murano, in Mayfair. In 2013 Angela launched the critically acclaimed Merchants Tavern in Shoreditch and Café Murano, a little sister to Murano.
Angela is a regular on UK television, often appearing on Great British Menu, MasterChef and Saturday Kitchen, as well as being one of the judges for BBC's Best Home Cook. This is her third book.
- ASIN : B09TWDDCD8
- Publisher : Bloomsbury Absolute; 1st edition (26 May 2022)
- Language : English
- File size : 420642 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 420 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 62,492 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The book also celebrates community, and there are a few recipes from her neighbours included.
Everything is beautifully presented. The photography is good too.
All in all, a potential classic.
Make something decent but not spend hours in a kitchen. People like professional chefs this book is ideal, you wanna eat something nice but not stand over a stove for 3 hours on a prep heavy dish. Great book, simple recipes and tasty dishes.