Become a food adventurer with gastronaut, Stefan Gates! Does chocolate make you happier? What's the most dangerous food on earth? How do you milk a camel? What's the fartiest food of all? And what's really in that burger you're about to eat? Find out the answers to these questions and much, much more in this seriously funny and hilariously informative book about food. It is packed full of mad recipes to cook for your friends, kitchen science projects to try out at home and wild food facts this photographic cookbook will take you on a food adventure from breakfast right through to supper. Gastronuts the BBC TV series regularly attracts over 4 million viewers. Stefan Gates is the winner of a Gourmand World Cookbook Award.
Publisher:Walker Books Ltd
Published:14 September 2012
Genre:Science & technology: general interest (Children's Teenage)
Stefan Gates is a food adventurer and a passionate ambassador for the wilder side of food. He has published five books, including The Extraordinary Cookbook and Gastronaut and has made seven TV series, including two series of Gastronauts for CBBC, E Numbers: An Edible Adventure for BBC2 and Cooking in the Danger Zone which won the Best TV series at the Bologna Food on Film Festival. He has appeared on Market Kitchen , BBC Breakfast , Richard & Judy , The Wright Stuff and various radio shows including, Loose Ends and You and Yours and has written for numerous newspapers and magazines, including the Sunday Times, Observer, Good Food, Olive and Waitrose Food Illustrated. Stefan lives in London, N5, with his wife, photographer Georgia Glynn Smith, and their two children. Georgia Glynn Smith is a photographer and director, with credit for over 50 books in collaboration with some of the most celebrated contemporary chefs, including Nigel Slater, Gordon Ramsay, Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver, Sophie Grigson, Allegra McEvedy, Stefan Gates and many, many more. Her work is also regularly published in newspapers and magazines including Vogue, House and Gardens, Delicious, Red, Conde Nast Traveller, Telegraph, Observer, Guardian and the Sunday Times, and she has recently branched out into directing food commercials. Georgia lives in London, N5, with her husband, food adventurer Stefan Gates, and their two children.