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Building on the success of his highly acclaimed book The Accidental Vegetarian, Simon Rimmer returns with another helping of innovative, mouth-watering and flavour-packed vegetarian food.
Based on the menus at his award-winning restaurant, Greens, More from the Accidental Vegetarian takes its inspiration from all over the world.
Simon imaginatively combines ingredients to create a unique cooking style that he describes as 'magpie cuisine'. These simple, quick recipes are big on taste and creativity. So go ahead - indulge in a steaming bowl of Hot and Sour Soup, enjoy a comforting Peppered Mushroom and Stilton Pie, or warm up with a tasty Vegetable Curry. Then finish your meal with a delicious Honey, Ricotta and Pistachio Cheesecake or Banoffee Pie.
Breaking the mould of vegetarian cookery, Simon Rimmer presents a selection of irresistible dishes that will satisfy all who eat them, vegetarian and carnivores alike.
About the Author
Simon Rimmer is a popular TV chef and co-presenter on Channel Four's Sunday Brunch. He previously presented BBC Two's much-loved Sunday morning staple Something for the Weekend and has appeared as a presenter/chef on BBC Two's Recipes for Success, BBC Good Food Live, A Taste For Travel, Food Fighters, Great British Waste Menu, Meals in Minutes, Simon Rimmer's Dinners, ITV's Grubs Up and UKTV's Local Food Heroes. Simon is chef patron of two award winning restaurants in Manchester, Greens and Earle. He is the author of The Accidental Vegetarian, More From the Accidental Vegetarian, Rebel Cook and Something for the Weekend.
'The vegetarian world may have found its Jamie Oliver.' - Time Out
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: 1st March 2012
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.1 x 22.9 x 0.9
Weight (kg): 0.562
Edition Number: 1