Bill's Food

Bill's Food

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By (author) Bill Granger

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  • Publisher: MURDOCH BOOKS
  • Format: Paperback | 192 pages
  • Dimensions: 228mm x 258mm x 22mm | 939g
  • Publication date: 1 August 2002
  • Publication City/Country: Millers Point
  • ISBN 10: 174045085X
  • ISBN 13: 9781740450850
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 20,712

Product description

Renowned Sydney-based restaurateur Bill Granger presents a very personal recipe collection to cater for all occasions, from a relaxed family brunch to dinner with friends. Bill's trademark is simple, fresh food that appeals to the eye and the palate. 'This is the food I like to cook now. Quick, easy, nourishing and comforting, it reflects this time in my life. I cook this food for my family, and for my friends. I especially like to cook it for myself.'

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Bill Granger is a self-taught cook whose easygoing and joyful approach to cooking is an essential element in his enduring popularity. Born in Melbourne into a family of butchers and bakers, Bill moved to Sydney when he was nineteen. As an art student with a passion for food, he worked part-time as a waiter and gradually his focus shifted from the easel to the kitchen. In 1993, at just 22 years old, he opened the original bills in the Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, followed by another in Surry Hills in 1996 and then Woollahra in 2005. All have become firm favourites with both locals and tourists alike. Bill opened his first international bills in Shichirigahama, Kamakura in March 2008. He then launched in Yokohama's Red Brick Warehouse in March 2010 and in July 2011 he brought his laid back dining concept to Odaiba, Tokyo. Bill's first London restaurant, Granger & Co, opened in Notting Hill in November 2011.