Let's Eat: Recipes from My Kitchen Notebook

Let's Eat: Recipes from My Kitchen Notebook


By (author) Tom Parker Bowles

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  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Format: Hardback | 272 pages
  • Dimensions: 191mm x 249mm x 25mm | 1,021g
  • Publication date: 2 October 2012
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 1250014336
  • ISBN 13: 9781250014337
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations

Product description

The first cookbook from English foodie and author of "The Year Of Eating Dangerously--"comfort food from the country that invented itAward-winning food writer Tom Parker Bowles is one of the world's most enthusiastic eaters. He's as over the moon for simple food--a perfectly melting bacon, egg and cheese sandwich, or a rich tomato soup--as he is for the exotic, the fiery hot, and the elegant. Like many everyday gourmands, he never wastes a meal. The dinners he puts together for his young family at home are as carefully thought-out and executed as anything he makes for company. His easy culinary style and winning writing will delight fans of his fellow Englishman Simon Hopkinson's "Roast Chicken and Other""Stories." The 140 recipes in "Let's Eat" are divided into extremely useful chapters, such as "Comfort Food," "Quick Fixes," and "Slow & Low" and include: scrambled eggsroast lambhis Mum's heavenly roast chickenAsian noodle soupmeatballssticky toffee pudding Rounded out with a weekday cook's shortcuts and basics, such as how to make stock and how to transform leftovers into entirely new meals, "Let's Eat" is one of the best curl-up-and-read-it-tonight cookbooks of the season.

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Author information

TOM PARKER BOWLES is an avid home cook and award-winning food writer, whose weekly column is carried by "The Mail on Sunday" (UK). He is the author of "The Year Of Eating Dangerously" and "E is For Eating, "the food editor of British "Esquire," and has also written for "Tatler" and a variety of other publications. He lives in London.