With 100 recipes that use wholesome grains from oats to amaranth this delicious cookbook spans classic breakfast porridges, through lunchtime salad bowls to nourishing dinners.Taking inspiration from Nordic cooking and the Danish ethos of hygge, Alex creates delicious, simple dishes which are both satisfying and healthy.
'26 Grains is one of my favourite places to eat and now I can make these beautiful recipes at home. Alex is one of the most creative, talented cooks I've met; she transforms simple grains into works of art. Absolutely delicious.' Ella Mills, Deliciously Ella
A definitive guide to creating mouth-watering vegetarian meals at university, without the stress of spending hours in the kitchen.
This flexible cookbook allows you to choose from a range of tempting recipes based on how much time you have available. Inside, you will find 365 dishes that will inspire and motivate students to get cooking every day of the year. This fantastically flexible approach will help you create a variety of great dishes including breakfast and light bites, midweek meals, family favourites, food for friends and delicious desserts.
Chez Panisse opened its doors in 1971. Founded by Alice Waters, the restaurant is rooted in her conviction that the best-tasting food is organic, locally grown, and harvested in ecologically sound ways by people who are taking care of the land for future generations. The quest for such ingredients has always determined the restaurant̥s cuisine, and, over the course of forty years, Chez Panisse has helped create a community of local farmers and ranchers whose dedication to sustainable agriculture assures the restaurant a steady supply of fresh and pure ingredients.
In Forty Years of Chez Panisse: The Power of Gathering, Alice takes readers on her journey from the humble and visionary beginnings of the restaurant, through its rise and the acclaim, to the Caf?_ and the influential Chez Panisse Foundation. Organized by decade, the book includes a wealth of archival material and photographsÌÔmenus; invitations; pictures of Alice at the restaurant and around the world, with those who have passed through her lifeÌÔand interviews from public figures and cooks who have been inspired by or mentored at the restaurant.
This tribute to the delicious food revolution that began with Alice Waters and Chez Panisse is an important work for anyone who cares about food, sustainability, and the powerful legacy that Alice has built.
Nothing says 'I love you, I've got you and I'm here' better than a parcel of food you've taken the time to make, wrap and deliver. So, season by season, here are 130 recipes to cook for loved ones who might be moving house, busy with a newborn, celebrating a milestone, recovering after illness, grieving, or just in need of a little love and appreciation. A Basket by the Door is friendship, connection and heartfelt country hospitality made edible. There are recipes here for sharing and giving on every occasion: an easy bundle of fresh dips and lavosh biscuits to take along to drinks, portable breakfast to surprise a friend, a sturdy picnic cake and sandwiches in a basket for lunch (even in the office), comforting ragu and chocolate mousse to enjoy while wallowing on the sofa, and ideas to take when invited for dinner or a weekend away. Bake a chicken pie to cheer up a neighbour, invite friends over to make Christmas biscuits; fill jam jars with bright smoothies to bolster a new mother - the ways to connect and show you care with food are endless.