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With a strong focus on using local produce and eating together, Homemade brings together recipes and ideas gathered from years of travelling and taking notes. The book has stunning photography and illustrations, and is filled with household tips, notes on food producers, farmers' markets and Clodagh's favourite restaurants, cafes and bars. Chapters on aperitifs, lunchbox ideas, baking, mid-week suppers, home-made fast food, Sunday roasts, preserving, dinner party menus and edible gifts mean there really is something for everyone. Recipes include Fresh Mint Mojitos, Spiced Butternut Squash, Homemade Focaccia, Sunday Roast with all the Trimmings, Autumn Spiced Apple Chutney and Hazelnut Fudge. Practical and popular as well as delicious and nutritious, Clodagh hopes to get every family sitting down together for a meal.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 194 x 244 x 24mm | 885g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour photographs
  • 1856269582
  • 9781856269582
  • 365,948

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From the liquid gold of perfect French onion soup to an aromatic chocolate mousse, Clodagh Mckenna creates an autumn menu to satisfy all the senses * Gloss Magazine * Charming and intimate, the pretty design and practical recipes in this very personal cookbook will win you over. Accomplished cook Clodagh has created yummy dinner party seasonal menus as well as irresistible favourites for relaxed Sunday brunch. An added bonus is the inclusion of pretty and achievable table-setting ideas and edible gifts. * House&Home * The perfect Sunday lunch...Save on a price of a joint - the secret to a great Sunday lunch is perfect roast potatoes and gravy, says chef Clodagh McKenna * The Times *
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About Clodagh McKenna

Clodagh McKenna trained at Ballymaloe Cookery School and went on to work as a chef in Ballymaloe House for three years. She was also editor of the Slow Food Ireland Guide to Producers and started the national Slow Food Ireland Guide to Producers and started the national Slow Food Ireland Weekend. She has her own weekly column for the Irish Examiner, a monthly column for RSVP magazine and is editor of LOVE Food online. She lectures at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Colorno, Italy. Her previous book, The Irish Farmers' Market Cookbook is a bestseller. Clodagh has presented two RTE series of Fresh from the Farmers' Market and the third series, Fresh from the Sea, accompanies this book.
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54 ratings
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4 37% (20)
3 24% (13)
2 9% (5)
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