How to Cook: Over 200 essential recipes to feed yourself, your friends &Family
How to Cook stands out as an excellent stand-alone cookbook that will keep you coming back again and again. Much more than a collection of recipes, the aim of the book is to give the reader the confidence and the tools they need to be independent. After 30 years of cooking professionally, Annie Bell knows which recipes work and which ones don't. In this volume she has assembled her core repertoire of dishes that she would choose to hand down to her children to see them through life. But this is also an indispensable guide for the more experienced cook, with all the essentials in one volume, along with lots of up-to-date alternatives and ideas that reflect Annie's personal style of cooking.
- Hardback | 320 pages
- 214 x 254 x 26mm | 1,320g
- 21 Sep 2015
- Octopus Publishing Group
- Kyle Books
- London, United Kingdom
- Colour photography throughout
a book that will provide a novice cook with a lifelong repertoire of recipes, with endless variations on a range of core dishes [...] The triple tested recipes have built-in variations, and there are also invaluable prepping and cooking tips.' The Bookseller
a book that will provide a novice cook with a lifelong repertoire of recipes, with endless variations on a range of core dishes [...] The triple tested recipes have built-in variations, and there are also invaluable prepping and cooking tips.' * The Bookseller *
About Annie Bell
Annie Bell, having begun her career as a chef, has been a full-time cookery writer and author for more than ten years. She has written a number of books including Annie Bell's Vegetable Book, and Evergreen shortlisted for the Andre Simon and Glenfiddich Awards. She collaborated with the architect John Pawson to write Living and Eating and more recently has written Gorgeous Cakes. She spent several years as Cookery Writer at Vogue, then as Food Writer on the Independent, she is currently the Cookery Writer on YOU Magazine in the Mail on Sunday and also contributes to Country Living and Waitrose Food Illustrated. Annie is married to landscape architect Jonathan Bell, and they have two sons Rothko and Louis. She divides her time between London and her seventeenth-century farmhouse in Normandy.