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‘If you were to only have one Slater cookbook in your life, this is it’ OFM, Books of the Year
‘He is king among food writers’ Nigella Lawson
‘Slater’s best book’ Diana Henry, Sunday Telegraph
A Cook’s Book is the story of Nigel Slater’s life in the kitchen.
From the first jam tart Nigel made with his mum standing on a chair trying to reach the Aga, through to what he is cooking now, this is the ultimate Nigel Slater collection brimming with over 200 recipes.
He writes about how his cooking has changed from discovering the best way to roast a chicken to the trick to smoky, smooth aubergine mash. He gives the tales behind the recipes and recalls the first time he ate a baguette in Paris, his love of jewel-bright Japanese pickled radishes and his initial slice of buttercream-topped chocolate cake. These are the favourite recipes Nigel Slater cooks at home every day; the heart and soul of his cooking. Chapters include: a slice of tart, a chicken in the pot, everyday greens, the solace of soup and the ritual of tea. This is the essential Nigel Slater.
Following the success of ‘Real Food’ and ‘Appetite’, this is the tenth book from Nigel Slater, the award-winning food writer and author of the bestselling autobiography, ‘Toast’.
‘The food in “The Kitchen Diaries” is simply what I eat at home. The stuff I make for myself, for friends and family, for visitors and for parties, for Sunday lunch and for snacks. These are meals I make when I stop work, or when I am having mates over or when I want to surprise, seduce or show off. This is what I cook when I’m feeling energetic, lazy, hungry or late. It is what I eat when I’m not phoning out for pizza or going for a curry. This is the food that makes up my life, both the Monday to Friday stuff and that for weekends and special occasions.’
‘Much of it is what you might call fast food, because I still believe that life is too short to spend all day at the stove, but some of it is unapologetically long, slow cooking. But without exception every single recipe in this book is a doddle to cook. A walk in the park. A piece of p***.’
‘Fast food, slow food, big eats, little eats, quick pasta suppers, family roasts and even Christmas lunch. It is simply my stuff, what I cook and eat, every day. Nigel’s food – for you.’
Greenfeast: Spring, Summer is an eclectic and comprehensive collection of recipes, perfect for people who want to eat less meat, but don’t want to compromise on flavor and ease of cooking. With Nigel Slater’s famous one-line recipe introductions, the recipes are quick and easy and inspire you to dip into your pantry for ingredients.
Inventive recipes showcase the creative ingredients used such as Asparagus, Broad Beans & Eggs; Ricotta, Orange Blossom & Cherries; and Halloumi, Melon & Chile and provide a plant-based guide for those who wish to eat with the seasons.
Greenfeast: Autumn, Winter is a vibrant and joyous collection of recipes, perfect for people who want to eat less meat, but don’t want to compromise on flavor and ease of cooking. With Nigel Slater’s famous one-line recipe introductions, the recipes are blissfully simple and make full use of ingredients you have on hand.
Straightforward recipes showcase the delicious ingredients used such as Beetroot, Apple, and Goat's Curd; Crumpets, Cream Cheese & Spinach; and Naan, Mozzarella & Tomatoes and provide a plant-based guide for those who wish to eat with the seasons.
Love food but hate spending hours in the kitchen? This book is the answer, with over 350 delicious recipes ready in less than 30 minutes
'Easily my first choice for a simple, good, workable and readable cookery book' Nigella Lawson
Nigel Slater presents over 350 creative, delicious and nourishing recipes and suggestions for those who'd rather spend more of their time eating than cooking.
From simple snacks to dinner-party desserts, all the dishes in Nigel Slater's Real Fast Food can be ready to eat in 30 minutes or under.
These delicious meals include . . .
- Roast Pork Sandwiches with Pickled Walnuts and Crackling
- Caramelised Onion and Parsley Frittata
- Baked Fish Steaks with Tomato and Breadcrumbs
- Grilled Chicken with Red Chilli, Garlic and Yoghurt
- Spiced Lamb Kofta with Pine Nuts and Red Cabbage
- Stir-fried Beef with Broccoli and Mushrooms
Full of tips and tricks, feasts and quick-fixes, this is the staple cookbook that every household needs.
'Not just a cookery book for gourmets and foodies, but for real people too' Sophie Grigson
'Nigel Slater offers us a decade's worth of fresh, original cookery ideas with spoonfuls of wit' Observer
'Designed to appeal to people who love food but don't want to spend hours slaving away at the stove (i.e. nearly everybody in Britain)' Independent on Sunday
An immediate new classic from Nigel Slater. Over 250 recipes, moments and ideas for good eating, with extra-special seasonal sections for quick, weeknight eats.
The third instalment of Nigel Slater’s classic Kitchen Diaries series, A Year of Good Eating explores the balance and pleasure in eating well throughout the year. The leisurely recipes and kitchen stories of the Diaries are ingeniously interspersed with seasonal sections of quick, weeknight suppers in the style of Nigel’s most recent bestseller Eat. A salmon pie with herb butter sauce or an asparagus and blue cheese tart for when you have time to cook; roasted summer vegetables with sausages or quick baked eggs and greens for when you need to get dinner on the table fast.
With Nigel’s characteristically simple recipes and inspiring writing, this new book will make good eating a joy, every day of the year.
Like Nigel Slater’s multi-award-winning food memoir ‘Toast’, this is a celebration of the glory, humour, eccentricities and embarrassments that are the British at Table.
The British have a relationship with their food that is unlike that of any other country. Once something that was never discussed in polite company, it is now something with which the nation is obsessed. But are we at last developing a food culture or are we just going through the motions?
‘Eating for England’ is an entertaining, detailed and somewhat tongue-in-cheek observation of the British and their food, their cooking, their eating and how they behave in restaurants, with chapters on – amongst other things – dinner parties, funeral teas, Indian restaurants, dieting and eating whilst under the influence.
Written in Nigel Slater’s trademark readable style, ‘Eating for England’ highlights our idiosyncratic attitude towards the fine art of dining.
WINNER OF THE FORTNUM & MASON AWARDS BEST FOOD BOOK 2018
From the BBC1 presenter and bestselling author of Eat, The Kitchen Diaries and Toast comes a new book featuring everything you need for the winter solstice.
The Christmas Chronicles is the story of Nigel Slater’s love for winter, the scent of fir and spruce, ghost stories read with a glass of sloe gin, and beeswax candles with shadows dancing on the ceiling. With recipes, decorations, fables and quick fireside suppers, Nigel guides you through the essential preparations for Christmas and the New Year, with everything you need to enjoy the winter months.
Taking you from 1 November all the way to the end of January, The Christmas Chronicles covers everything from Bonfire Night, Christmas and New Year to Epiphany. Throughout the season, Nigel offers over 100 recipes to see you through the build-up, the celebrations and the aftermath. Here are much-loved classics such as goose and turkey (and making the most of the leftovers), mincemeat and the cake; recipes to make the cold months bearable, like ribsticker bread pudding with Comté and Taleggio, salt crust potatoes with blue cheese and goat’s curd, and hot-smoked salmon, potatoes and dill; as well as bright flavours to welcome the new year, including pink grapefruit marmalade, pear and pickled radish salad and rye, linseed and treacle bread.
Packed with feasts, folktales, myths and memoir and all told in Nigel’s warm and intimate signature style, The Christmas Chronicles is the only book you’ll ever need for winter.
Now a critically-acclaimed play at London’s The Other Palace Theatre.
'Acutely observed, poignant and beautifully written' Daily Telegraph
‘My mother is scraping a piece of burned toast out of the kitchen window, a crease of annoyance across her forehead. This is not an occasional occurrence. My mother burns the toast as surely as the sun rises each morning.’
Toast is Nigel Slater’s award-winning biography of a childhood remembered through food. Whether recalling his mother’s surprisingly good rice pudding, his father’s bold foray into spaghetti and his dreaded Boxing Day stew, or such culinary highlights as Arctic Roll and Grilled Grapefruit (then considered something of a status symbol in Wolverhampton), this remarkable memoir vividly recreates daily life in 1960s suburban England.
Likes and dislikes, aversions and sweet-toothed weaknesses form a fascinating backdrop to Nigel Slater’s incredibly moving and deliciously evocative portrait of childhood, adolescence and sexual awakening.
Über 110 vegetarische Rezepte für Herbst und Winter von Großbritanniens Kultkoch Nigel Slater. Einfach, schnell und kompromisslos geschmackvoll - ideal für Menschen, die weniger Fleisch essen wollen.
Ab Herbstbeginn sehnen wir uns nach Nahrung, die sowohl verwöhnend als auch wärmend, gehaltvoll und zutiefst befriedigend ist. Essen, das uns bei dem nasskalten Wetter gesund hält und für gute Laune sorgt. ›Greenfeast. Herbst/Winter‹ enthält über 110 einfache vegetarische Rezepte, die meist in unter 30 Minuten zubereitet sind. Wärmende Suppen wie die mit Tahin, Sesam und Butternuss-Kürbis oder köstliche Crumbles aus Porree, Tomate und Pecorino. Die abwechslungsreichen Gerichte feiern wie in ›Greenfeast. Frühling/Sommer‹ die pflanzliche Küche: Simpler Blätterteig gefüllt mit Käse und Gemüse, eine herzhafte Tarte aus Schalotten, Äpfeln und Parmesan, sanfte Polenta mit Knoblauch und Champignons, feurige Udon-Nudeln mit Tomaten und Chili, cremiger Milchreis mit Rosenwasser und Aprikosen machen richtig Lust auf die kalte Jahreszeit.
110 originelle vegetarische Rezepte für Frühling und Sommer von Großbritanniens Kultkoch Nigel Slater. Einfach, schnell und kompromisslos lecker - ideal für Menschen, die weniger Fleisch essen wollen.
Nigel Slater ist vielen seiner Fans als Genießer eher kalorienreicher und oft fleischlastiger Gerichte bekannt. Doch als er vor gut einem Jahr die Aufzeichnungen der letzten Monate durchsah (ja, Nigel Slater schreibt tatsächlich jeden Tag auf, was er zubereitet und verzehrt hat), stellte er fest, dass sich sein privates Essverhalten grundlegend hin zu fleischloser, leichterer Kost geändert hat, ohne dass er konsequenter Vegetarier geworden wäre. ›Greenfeast‹, was so viel heißt wie »Grünes Gelage«, hat er seine Sammlung der Rezepte genannt, die er zu Hause zubereitet. Über 110 einfache Frühlings- und Sommergerichte, die in 30 Minuten auf dem Tisch stehen können. Sie sind perfekt für Menschen, die weniger Fleisch essen wollen und keine Kompromisse bei Geschmack und einfacher Zubereitung eingehen möchten.
Von gebackenem Frühlingsgemüse mit Erdnusssoße und Reis, Dicken Bohnen mit grünem Spargel bis hin zu Spätsommerfrüchten unter krümeliger Kekskruste – diese »grüne« Fortsetzung von 'Eat' ist ein Muss für alle, die täglich Inspiration für schnelle vegetarische Abendessen in der ersten Jahreshälfte suchen.
The second in a pair of fast, season-led vegetable books from beloved author and cook Nigel Slater.
‘Much of my weekday eating contains neither meat nor fish … It is simply the way my eating has grown to be over the last few years.’
From the start of autumn, we crave food that nourishes, food that sets us up for going out in the cold and wet. Greenfeast has over 110 gently sustaining recipes from milk, mushrooms and rice – as comforting as a cashmere blanket – big soups like tahini, sesame and butternut and crumbles made with leeks, tomato and pecorino. With puddings like ginger cake, cardamom and maple syrup, these spirit-lifting recipes are a varied and glorious celebration of simple, plant-based cooking.Highlights include:
Simple filo pastry filled with cheese and greens
A savoury tart of shallots, apples and Parmesan
Soothing polenta with garlic and mushrooms
Fiery udon noodles with tomato and chillies
Creamy pudding rice with rosewater and apricots