Accompanies the PBS television series.
With imagination and originality, the talented young British chef, Gary Rhodes, presents traditional British cooking in a new light. In these 120 recipes, he demonstrates inventiveness and ingenuity by transforming everyday ingredients into exciting new tastes. Imagine such classics as a steamed fillet of cod brightened with a cilantro butter sauce or a potato and leek terrine enlivened with saffron and olive oil. Learn how to make Green Tomato Tarte Tatin and Rib Steak 'au Poivre' with Sweet Brandy Butter. You'll delight in the fresh and sophisticated tastes and let go of the cliche that British food is bland and uninspired.
Author Biography: Gary Rhodes is one of Britain's best-loved chefs. One of the engineers of the Great British Revival of good food, his success includes two Michelin starsone at the Castle Hotel in Somerset, England, and another at the Greenhouse, in London. He has also won the prestigious Catey Special Award, the British catering industry's equivalent to the Oscars. He has written five cookbooks and produced five television series, including one for children based of Roald Dahl's Revolting Recipes. He now runs a highly successful restaurant, City Rhodes, just of London's Fleet Street.
|Publisher:||DK Publishing, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||7.72(w) x 9.96(h) x 0.85(d)|