Bestselling food writer Nigel Slater turns his trademark enthusiasm for the pleasures of eating to the pleasures of drinking fresh juices. Packed full of recipes and advice, he celebrates the pleasures to be gained from the `nectar of the gods.'`I have always been a slave to juice, that sweet, heady nectar that dribbles from a ripe peach or melon, runs down your chin and drips onto your chest ...' This is a book about the pleasure of juicing. Nigel Slater explains that once you reconcile yourself to cleaning your juicer you're hooked: the benefits of a glass of fruit and vegetable juice can be felt almost immediately.In this inspiring collection of juicing ideas, he suggests elegant combinations (pear and watercress), comforting old favourites (banana, milk & honey), clean-tasting, revitalising ideas (pineapple mint shake). For Slater, the health benefits - which are clearly explained - are an added bonus, a 'glorious freebie'. The recipes are all there because they are delicious. Full of advice on what fruit tastes best , he also tells you what goes into the blender instead of the juicer, and whether something tastes better or is more beneficial with the skin on.With his characteristic no-nonsense approach to food, he acknowledges that cleaning the juicer is a pain and that if you come across an `obscenely ripe and aromatic peach' then you shouldn't think of juicing it. Just eat it. But he will also convince the most ardent sceptics of the joys to be discovered in delicious combinations of fruit and vegetable juices: `Thirst' is a glorious, mouthwatering collection of ideas from the bestselling food writer who revels in the simple pleasures of eating - and drinking.
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Nigel Slater is one of Britain's most highly regarded food writers. His beautifully written prose, warm personality and unpretentious, easy-to-follow recipes have won him a huge following. He writes an award winning weekly column in the `Observer' and edits their `Food Monthly' supplement, and he is a regular contributor to Sainsbury's `The Magazine'.Review:
Praise for `Kitchen Diaries':`The recipes sound uniformly delicious, rustic and tasty ... but they're also straight forward: easy to follow, easy to cook.' Independent on Sunday`Slater wants his food, above all, to be uplifting. As a cookbook "The Kitchen Diaries" succeeds brilliantly.' ObserverPraise for `Appetite':`Nigel is a bloody genius.' Jamie Oliver'I am getting fed up with writing nice things about Nigel Slater's books. Why can't the fellow be human like the rest of us and do something duff for a change? Perhaps because he's a genius.' Matthew Fort, Guardian
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Book Description Fourth Estate, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110007228104