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We are currently experiencing high demand. If you choose Click+Collect or Standard delivery, please allow 5-7 days for your order to arrive. Express delivery is currently unavailable for Tesco products.
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Slow Cooking is an irresistible collection of simple, delicious dishes to take your time over. James Martin shows how cooking slowly is the perfect way to draw out flavours and textures, enabling you to produce mouthwatering dishes with minimum effort. James' tempting recipes make it easy to cook fabulous food for family and friends. Every recipe includes an hour or more of cooking or marinating time and no lastminute preparation - so let your oven do the work while you get on with other things. The recipes range from family favourites such as soups, roasts and one-pots, to more unexpected and adventurous dishes that embrace the slow philosophy, such as Fresh mackerel pickled with oil, vinegar and whole spices or Fillet of beef wrapped in clingfilm and slowly roasted until cooked perfectly to medium rare. Slow Cooking shows how, by preparing a few good-quality ingredients, and cooking or marinating them slowly for a least an hour, everyone can produce showstopping dishes with very little fuss.
James Martin is one of the UK's most popular TV chefs. Presenter of the BBC's weekly Saturday Kitchen, and previously a regular team member on Ready Steady Cook, James' infectious enthusiasm and passion for food has won him countless fans. His highly accessible approach to food and tempting recipes were showcased in his most successful book to date, Desserts (2007), published by Quadrille, which accompanied the TV series Sweet Baby James. He also writes a regular recipe column in the Mail on Sunday's Live magazine, as well as making frequent appearances on TV food shows and demonstrating live at the BBC Good Food show.