World Kitchen

World Kitchen : Bringing Great Chicken Recipes Back to New Zealand

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This inspiring cookbook is based on the television cooking and travel series 'World Kitchen' in which vivacious foodie Nici Wickes travels the world in search of standout chicken recipes. Her mission takes her from the markets of Barcelona to the local kitchens of Tuscany, the streets of Hanoi, and many more culinary hotspots besides. Nici has returned home bursting with new recipe ideas to share with New Zealanders, all of which have been captured in this beautiful book, which features food photography from Shaun Cato-Symonds. Nici's style is simple no-fuss food that incorporates easily accessible ingredients. The results speak for themselves: sensational recipes that are startlingly simple to achieve. World Kitchen brings together some of the greatest ideas for cooking chicken from all over the world, plus a few accompanying dishes and desserts perfect for rounding off a great meal.
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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 215 x 270mm
  • New Holland Publishers (Nz) Ltd
  • Birkenhead, New Zealand
  • full-colour illustrations
  • 1869662571
  • 9781869662578

About Nici Wickes

Nici Wickes is a trained chef and TV personality who owns a catering business and teaches cooking classes. She is also a regular motivational speaker and runs strategic planning workshops for businesses. World Kitchen is her first book. Food photographer Shaun Cato-Symonds has worked with many high-profile food writers, such as Julie le Clerc and Alessandra Zecchini, to produce more than 17 cookbooks. He also works for a number of magazines.
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