Flavour: Eat What You Love (Hardback)Ruby Tandoh (author)
Over 170 recipes - sweet and savoury - for every day, every budget, every taste, in a cookbook that puts your appetite first from the Sunday Times top ten bestselling author of Eat Up.
Organised by ingredient, Flavour helps you to follow your cravings, or whatever you have in the fridge, to a recipe. Creative, approachable and inspiring, this is cooking that, while focusing on practicality and affordability, leaves you free to go wherever your appetite takes you. It is a celebration of the joy of cooking and eating.
Ruby encourages us to look at the best ways to cook each ingredient; when it's in season, and which flavours pair well with it. With this thoughtful approach, every ingredient has space to shine; including store cupboard staples. These are recipes that feel good to make, eat and share, and each plate of food is assembled with care and balance.
Including Hot and Sour Lentil Soup, Ghanaian Groundnut Chicken Stew, Glazed Blueberry Fritter Doughnuts, Mystic Pizza and Carrot and Feta Bites with Lime Yoghurt, this is a cookbook that focuses above all on flavour and freedom - to eat what you love.
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 1176 g
Dimensions: 247 x 184 x 32 mm
One of the more thoughtful food writers to emerge from the small screen in recent years... Ruby's approach to food and cooking is refreshingly down to earth... newbies and the budget-conscious are well served by Ruby's sensible list of essential kitchen kit and sound advice. -- Susan Low * Delicious *
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“Honest, straight talking recipes about the love of food, One Direction and eating what you want”
I love Ruby Tandoh's ethos on food. Ruby, who you may recall featured on The Great British Bake Off some years ago as an exceptionally good baker, thoroughly believes in the ethos of "eat what you... More
“Love this book!”
Really easy but exciting recipes, no diet/calorie chat, ingredients are easy to find but used in really different ways. Would 100% recommend.
“Nice Recipes But Tricky & Pricey Ingredients”
Whilst the recipes are nice there are two main issues with this book.
1) They are not set out in the clearest manner.
2) The ingredients are often hard to find and quite expensive. Not a book worth buying for anyone... More
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