Real Cooking

Real Cooking

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Award winning writer Nigel Slater has gathered together a superb collection of recipes that warm, satisfy and please. "Real Cooking" is not about fancy stocks, sauces and spun sugar baskets, but understanding the little things that can turn a simple supper into something sublime. "This is real cooking. The roast potato that sticks to the roasting tin; the crouton from the salad that has soaked up the mustardy dressing - these are the things that make something worth eating. And worth cooking." - Nigel Slater.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 188 x 242 x 20mm | 879.98g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • New edition
  • 220 colour and b&w photographs, index
  • 0140252770
  • 9780140252774
  • 1,407,663

Table of contents

Pots, pans and heat; fish and shellfish; chicken and other birds; pork, bacon and sausages; lamb and other meats; pasta, beans, rice and grains; vegetables; cheese, snacks and puddings.show more

Review Text

'There is too much talk of cooking being an art or a science - we are only making ourselves something to eat.' Slater's no-nonsense approach reflects his irreverent attitude to food; yet his new book is full of superb, straightforward recipes that warm, satisfy and please. Real cooking in Slater's view is easy - it involves using good, fresh ingredients and understanding the little details (like ripe, luscious tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and fresh basil) that turn a simple supper into something memorable. The design and photography are terrific too. (Kirkus UK)show more

Rating details

252 ratings
4.19 out of 5 stars
5 44% (110)
4 37% (93)
3 16% (40)
2 2% (6)
1 1% (3)
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