Catalogue Number: QA8-VY2U
- Author: Lorraine Pascale
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Published: 13 August 2012
- ISBN: 9780007489664
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Number One Sunday Times Best Seller. The nation's favourite TV chef and cookery author Lorraine Pascale returns with 100 brand new mouth-watering recipes that are wonderfully quick and easy to make and bursting with fresh ingredients. Lorraine's third beautiful cookery book is packed with delicious and inspiring meals, each with its own photograph and many having their own individual complementary side dish. The book will be released to coincide with Lorraine's BBC2 prime time 6-part cookery series. So whether you want to just grab a spoon and dive in solo to a decadent dessert like Chocolate Mousse with Raspberries, or whether you're putting together a crowd-pleasing menu of French Onion and Sage Soup with Big Fat Gruyere and Mustard Croutons followed by Moroccan Pesto Fish with Caramelised Onion and Haricot Beans with Minty Pine Nut Couscous for a fun and relaxed evening in with friends without the fuss, Lorraine demonstrates how to effortlessly pull off scrumptious food that is a pleasure to eat. Make melt-in-the-mouth fish, fragrant curries and hearty soups infused with herbs and spices, whip up naughty desserts, vibrant salads and quick pasta dishes in minutes and create gorgeous juicy steaks with 2012's queen of cookery.
Lorraine trained at the leading Leiths School of Food and Wine before completing spells in some of the most renowned kitchens in the world, but, eager to work for herself and exercise her baking talents Lorraine couldn't wait to start her own business, The Cupcake Bakehouse in London's Covent Garden. Wide public attention beckoned after Baking Made Easy, her landmark BBC 2 TV series, introduced millions of viewers to her easy, impressive recipes. The book of the series went on to be a bestseller and was followed up by an even more popular book and series: Home Cooking Made Easy, making Lorraine the most successful debut cookery writer in Britain.