On The Menu: Seasonal Recipes for a Culinary Life

On The Menu: Seasonal Recipes for a Culinary Life

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By (author) James MacKenzie, By (author) Nigel Barden

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  • Publisher: Face
  • Format: Hardback | 300 pages
  • Dimensions: 218mm x 286mm x 36mm | 1,619g
  • Publication date: 1 November 2011
  • Publication City/Country: Leeds
  • ISBN 10: 0955893038
  • ISBN 13: 9780955893032
  • Sales rank: 276,860

Product description

On The Menu by James Mackenzie is a comprehensive reference guide and inspirational collection of 74 outstanding recipes. The brilliant debut cookbook from Michelin-starred chef James Mackenzie at The Pipe & Glass Inn - winner of the Michelin Guide's coveted pub of the year award. James Mackenzie is one of England's brightest young chefs who uses his uniquely imaginative approach to produce an outstanding take on British food. Quality local and seasonal produce is at the heart of his cooking. With step-by-step instructions, showing you everything from how to make the more challenging dishes, such as beer braised oxtails with deep fried oyster fritter, to how to make a simple but perfect chocolate brownie. Jason Lowe's exquisite photography effortlessly captures the remarkable food and this beautiful unspoilt part of the world. With a foreword by the BBC's Nigel Barden, the book perfectly captures James Mackenzie's remarkable take on food at The Pipe and Glass Inn.

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James Mackenzie is one of England's brightest young chefs, using his uniquely imaginative approach to produce an outstanding take on British food. Quality local and seasonal produce is at the heart of his cooking. James is the proprietor and head chef of the Michelin Starred Pipe and Glass Inn which he and his wife Kate have owned since 2006. Having quickly established a reputation for unrivalled quality in the area, they have transformed the 17th century inn into a world-class Michelin destination. In their first year the Pipe and Glass Inn won the Yorkshire Life Dining Pub Of The Year AwardA" and, in 2007, won the same publication's Restaurant Of The YearA" title. Further recognition came for the Mackenzies in 2008, being named as the Best NewcomerA" in The Northern Hospitality Awards, entering the list of 40 Best Restaurants Outside LondonA" at The London Restaurant Awards, also being voted into The Top 30 Gastro Pubs In The UKA" by PubChef Magazine and, finally, being awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand. In 2009, the Pipe and Glass Inn won Enjoy England's Taste Of EnglandA" honour as well as retaining its Michelin Bib Gourmand. The ultimate accolade became reality when, in January 2010, the Pipe and Glass Inn achieved Michelin Star status, one of only ten pubs in the UK ever to gain this much coveted position.

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"On The Menu is outstanding. The recipes are sensible and you will indeed be driven to make them. That surely should be the test of a good cookbook. It will likely spend its life on the kitchen table. Your kids will leaf through this just as James turned the pages of his mum's cookbooks. Your family and friends will love these dishes that are unfussy but have that ooohh-aaahh factor that is so often missing in chef-authored books. This is sure to become a prizewinner" Chrissie Walker, Mostly Food Journal

Table of contents

1. Contents. 2. Foreword by Nigel Barden. 3. Introduction. 4. Cow. 5. Pig. 6. Sheep. 7. Fish. 8. Shellfish. 9. Game & Poultry. 10. Veg Patch. 11. Afters. 12. Index. 13. Acknowledgements