Previously published as Cooking Outside the Box, this collection provides mouthwatering excuses for eating glorious food exactly when it comes into its best, with inspiring yet unfussy dishes that let simple ingredients speak for themselves. Brilliantly written and entertaining, these are recipes that even the most timid cook can approach with gusto. Who wouldn't want to cook Keith’s way throwing out measuring cups, getting rid of scales, and getting to know the food! Recipes include Pork-Loin Chops on a Bed of Sweet Orchard Apples, Husk-Wrapped and Roasted Garlic Corn, Venison Filet with Black Kale and Port, 45-Minute Pumpkin and Parmesan Bread, Char-grilled Asparagus and Halloumi with a Citrus Dressing, and Rhubarb Bread and Butter Pudding. Keith also suggests delicious smoothies and soups to help use up any leftover fruit and veggies at the end of the week. With beautiful finished food shots, inspiring atmospheric pictures, and charming visual references to Keith’s own quirky style, this cookbook also features Keith’s anecdotes on organic farms and small producers, stories about the friends and family who have inspired him, and hilarious suggestions about how to get the most out of every cooking experience.
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Keith Abel started the company Abel & Cole, an organic food delivery service, with Paul Cole.From Publishers Weekly:
Following a recent trend, this attractive, cleverly-photographed recipe collection is dedicated to seasonality, organic ingredients and simple home cooking. What distinguishes it is its author's British accent; the co-founder of an English catering company, Abel's takes on Heekerbeeker Kedgeree and The One and Only Traditional Cornish Pasty look and taste like a weekend in Brighton. Other recipes show off New British Cooking at its most cosmopolitan: Venison Saltimbocca is a novel twist on an Italian classic, while Lemon Sole with Wine, Toasted Almonds and Capers exposes the Brits' deep connection to France. India also proves influential, in treats like Bombayed Jersey Royals, a snappy potato dish, or Calcutta Lamb Burgers with Radish and Yogurt Salad, a loving tribute to two former British colonies. There aren't as many desserts as one might expect-after all, Brits are known for their "puddings"-but the few included, such as Mulled Wine, Pears and Clementines with Dark Chocolate Shavings, are all winners. Divided by seasons, the text is generally easy to follow but hasn't been Americanized; certain British food terms ("broad beans," "courgettes," vanilla "swede" puree) may cause confusion.
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7277946
Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007277946
Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007277946