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Let's Eat: Recipes from my kitchen notebook

Let's Eat: Recipes from my kitchen notebook

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The photography illustrates this book beautifully, so I must be careful not to add greasy marks to the recipe pages! Ebooks fulfilled through Glose cannot be printed, downloaded as PDF, or read in other digital readers (like Kindle or Nook). In the Less Meat chapter, meat shares the limelight with other ingredients, and in Meat as Seasoning, scraps of beef, lamb, pork and chicken are eked out to give depth to a range of dishes. I think I might like to try my hand at a fish pie again, but would like to explore some of the many other variations out there.

Hearty fish goujons, lime-marinated prawns and roast chicken did the rounds all night (why doesn't all party food taste like it came from your mother's kitchen? This is a great recipe book, but pretty far from traditional in terms of its content and layout, with chapter titles like ‘Comfort Food’ and ‘Slow and Low’.He isn’t shy about promoting suppliers he likes, or other cooks’ books either, so there’s some really useful references tucked into the text. I think, often, good solid recipes that ACTUALLY WORK get lost in the fashion and fluffery of food writing. This recipe illustrates a major challenge with the book as a whole: A major ingredient is smoked haddock; indeed, it is "the backbone of this pie" - but where is one to find smoked haddock in the States? Jeez Louise, Tom Parker Bowles really knows how to throw a good party, and the launch of his new book Let's Eat Recipes From My Kitchen on Selfridges' rooftop was the scrummiest.

With Princess Beatrice in a black blazer dress and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in white tie, the royal couple showed they could do no wrong in the sartorial stakes.How difficult it is the navigate these recipes (the reference section at the back saved me, or I’d have plugged this thing so full of bookmarks it would have looked like a revision guide). Divided into playful sections like “Quick Fixes” and “Slow and Low”, from his mum (aka the Duchess of Cornwall)’s heavenly take on roast chicken to a fiery Asian noodle soup, it’s evident that Parker Bowles is an enthusiastic everyday gourmand—and his eagerness is infectious. So, a fantastic, humorous recipe book full of tried and tested (by Tom) favourites from almost every continent on earth. A chapter on Comfort food is packed with family favourites such as My mum’s roast chicken and fish goujons with pea purée. There are also chapters on Quick fixes, such as stir fries and steaks, and on Slow and low, such as braises and casseroles.

I always had a bit of a crush on Matt Tebbutt but he never replied to me on Twitter, so that was the end of that.

Let’s Eat is an irresistible hotchpotch of delicious recipes; a trusty cookbook and a very good read. Parker Bowles’s favorite recipes from his latest book, Let's Eat: Recipes from my Kitchen Notebook, and will include carefully selected wines. Without cookies this site can not work properly, preventing you from logging in or storing your preferences.

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