Rachel's Favourite Food at Home

Rachel's Favourite Food at Home

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By (author) Rachel Allen

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  • Publisher: Collins
  • Format: Hardback | 224 pages
  • Dimensions: 192mm x 250mm x 22mm | 921g
  • Publication date: 28 September 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0007242328
  • ISBN 13: 9780007242320
  • Sales rank: 325,583

Product description

If you've ever prayed for inspiration for interesting food to prepare and serve at home, Rachel Allen's "Food at Home" serves up the answers. In this beautifully illustrated cookbook to accompany her latest TV series, Rachel Allen once again offers the delicious, inspiring and easy to follow recipes for which she has become famous. "Rachel's Favourite Food at Home" draws on international influences, classic regional fare and good old family favourites to provide creative options for every occasion, whether planning a simple family meal, hosting a festive dinner for the entire clan, squeezing in a sneaky romantic meal for two, heading out for a glorious picnic, chilling out on the sofa with your favourite comfort food, or spending time baking muffins with the kids. The chapters include: Easy Family Food; Sweet Celebrations; Picnics and Days Out; Food for Children; Extended Family Meals; Dining Al Fresco; Home Cinema; Big Celebrations; Edible Gifts; and, Just Like Mum Used to Make.

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Rachel Allen is busy TV chef, mother, and teacher at the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. She is the author of the bestselling cookery books Rachel's Favourite Food and Rachel's Favourite Food for Friends. Her extremely popular cooking programmes have been broadcast internationally.

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"A natural TV chef: relaxed, articulate and knowledgeable" - Sunday Times "Food for real people" - Irish Examiner