River Cafe Cookbook Easy

River Cafe Cookbook Easy

Hardback

By (author) Rose Gray, By (author) Ruth Rogers

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  • Publisher: Ebury Press
  • Format: Hardback | 272 pages
  • Dimensions: 190mm x 250mm x 30mm | 998g
  • Publication date: 27 September 2005
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0091884640
  • ISBN 13: 9780091884642
  • Illustrations note: 100 colour photos
  • Sales rank: 262,579

Product description

Knowing that people lead busy and demanding lives, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers have made their innovative recipes even more accessible to those who love good food but have little time to prepare it. Recognising that the key to quick cooking is often in the ease of buying the ingredients, the recipes highlight the fresh produce you will need to shop for as well as the ingredients that are store cupboard essentials. Ruth and Rose then take you through simplified steps to cook great dishes that are bursting with flavour and style. To complement this new concept, the book has a fresh, dynamic design and superb photographs that will delight both new and established fans. Like River Cafe 'graduates' - most famously Jamie Oliver - you can learn the secrets of cooking fabulous food, but now it's even easier.

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Ruth Rogers is the American-born wife of architect Richard Rogers. Rose Gray ran the kitchen at Nell's Club in New York before joining Ruth Rogers to launch the River Cafe. Together they have made the River Caf- one of the most respected restaurants in the world and have trained many of the new generation of star chefs, from Samuel and Samantha Clarke to Jamie Oliver.

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"recipes that are quick, simple but still glamorous and delicious...it is foolproof" Daily Telegraph 20030625 "a manual of how to live...a straightforward and accessible guide to how to cook good - and yes, affordable - Italian food" Harpers and Queen 20030422 "This book proves that good Italian food doesn't have to be hard work...will have you whipping up delicious and simple food everyday - in no time at all" Essentials 20030425 "It's silver! It's easy! Are your kitchen shelves gastro-glam enough?" Sunday Times Style 20030425 "With recipes so straightforward that even village idiots will have no problem rustling up a whole roast monkfish, spiced pigeon and polenta crumble, this is cooking made visually spectacular, astonishingly tasty and, it must be said, incredibly easy" GQ 20030527