The Modern Dairy
Dairy is a nutritional powerhouse. It offers the richest natural source of calcium and has a host of other vitamins, minerals, and high-quality nutrients. As more and more studies show that fat is more friend than foe, the time has come to rediscover and reinvent all the wonderful products that start with milk. In The Modern Dairy, Annie Bell explains the science behind this food's goodness and how to make the smartest decisions at the market. She then offers more than 100 original recipes that celebrate dairy in healthy ways and reflect the way we cook and eat today. Chapters include "Homemade" with flavored yogurts, fromage frais, and whipped sweet and savory butters. There are delicious "Melts" such as a Fennel, Gorgonzola and Rosemary Pizza and Halloumi Burgers with Lemon and Mint. Vegetarians will find plenty of satisfying dishes such as Broccoli and Quinoa Pilaf with Crispy Feta, a Very Tomatoey Mac 'n' Cheese, and Eggs with Smoky Cauliflower and Manchego. Desserts range from the indulgence of a Parisian Blackcurrant Cheesecake to the wholesome comfort of Honey Yogurt Ice Cream.
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 210 x 250 x 15.24mm | 680.39g
- 07 Mar 2018
- Octopus Publishing Group
- Kyle Books
- London, United Kingdom
"Whatever book Annie Bell writes is always sure to contain recipes I want to cook."--Nigella Lawson
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.