Cook in Boots Over 150 Delectable Recipes : Greed Has Never Been So Fashionable

Hardback (08 Sep 2011) | English

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Synopsis

A fresh new cook on the block, with over 150 irresistible and easy dishes to dress up, dress down or simply kick off your heels and indulge yourself with. Greed has never been so fashionable.

This luscious, sophisticated, you-want-to-eat-the-food-off-the-page cookbook launches an exciting new face in the world of cooking.

Ravinder Bhogal is a 'self-confessed greedy girl about town' and your new best friend in the kitchen. Winning the 'Fanny Craddock for the new generation' award from Gordon Ramsay on his 'F-Word' programme, Ravinder has a huge appetite for good food (and unhealthy addiction to high heels). She understands that modern women need a new kind of cookbook that caters to their moods as well as their busy lifestyles, and be accessible and fun.

Cook in Boots is divided into 12 chapters offering a simple, tasty and effortless recipe for every capricious, delicious one of you:

 Working It 9 to 5: Work to Eat and Live to Eat

 Food Rehab: No Need to Go Cold Turkey

 Fork Me, Spoon Me: The Food of Love and Rude Food

 Hard-up Food: For when you've spent all your lolly on your Louboutins

 Meet the Parents and Other Situations When You Should Just Let the Food Do the Talking

Whether you're a fashionista, career girl, wife, slob, home bunny, disaster zone or Queen - Ravinder will tantalise your tastebuds and your inner fashionista with recipes like Breakfast Burritos with Chorizo and Scrambled Eggs, Butterflied Leg of Lamb with a Spicy Yoghurt and Herb Crust, Love Apple Tartlets with Feta and Bitter Chocolate and Raspberry Popsicles.

About the Publisher

HarperCollinsPublishers

HarperCollinsPublishers

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Book information

ISBN: 9780007291175
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Imprint: HarperCollinsPublishers
Pub date:
DEWEY: 641.5
DEWEY edition: 22
Language: English
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 1092g
Height: 251mm
Width: 199mm
Spine width: 34mm