Saturday Kitchen is a popular magazine-format show broadcast live on BBC1 for 35 weeks of the year. Combining a regular band of chefs and celebrities, as well as archive material and interactive features, it achieves a perfect balance of lively on-screen atmosphere with practical cookery content. Hosted by James Martin, the programme has a down-to-earth approach with attention to modern food trends that appeals to not-too-serious cooks.
The Saturday Kitchen Cookbook contains over 100 inspirational recipes from the show, bringing together new ideas from some of the nation's favourite chefs, cutting-edge recipes from fresh talent, a variety of different cuisine from all around the world and a wealth of tips on current food topics.
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About the Author
James Martin studied physics at Oxford, served in the British Army and then joined IBM in Paris as a systems engineer. He lectures all over the world and has written extensively on management and technology. He holds honorary doctorates from all six continents. He also has established a school devoted to the subject of this book at the Said Business School at Oxford University.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Saturday Kitchen CookbookOver 100 Simple but Impressive Recipesfrom the Country's Top Chefswith James Martin This cookbook is creative, funny, impressive and completely yummy. The recipes are delivered by 30 top chiefs and the Heaven and Hell section gives a new meaning to food critic. I found each recipe to be easy to follow and the ingredients well presented. I also fell totally in love with the pictures through out each recipe showing the process from preparation to entree. I enjoyed the lively energy and true celebration of food that this multilevel delight brings with it and would recommend it to anyone who loves to make a statement in the kitchen. Awesome job, James. Love & Light, Riki Frahmann