The first cookbook from the acclaimed Ginger and White cafe, with 80 recipes for irresistable baked treats and hearty comfort food.
The Ginger and White Cafe is famous for its wonderful baking, great coffee and delicious comfort food created from superb artisanal ingredients. Its devoted customers range from toddlers to grannies and a few celebrities in between, all of whom are all drawn to the family-friendly atmosphere and the exceptional flavours on offer.
Now you can bring some Ginger and White magic into your own kitchen with the 80 super-simple yet indulgent recipes for salads, soups, sandwiches, cakes and more included in this cookbook. Recreate the cafe's scrumptious Roasted Portobello Mushrooms with Garlic Mayo on Potato Sourdough, their famous Stem Ginger Loaf, and their signature Best-Ever Lemon Polenta Drizzle Cake.
About the Author
Tonia George worked as a food stylist for 10 years as well as Food Editor for the highly acclaimed Waitrose's Food Illustrated. She is the author of several cookbooks, including Things on Toast (Ebury) and A Perfect Start (Ryland, Peters and Small). Her work has appeared in numerous publications including Living Etc, Red magazine, US Food and Wine and The Guardian Weekend.
Nick and Emma Scott have worked in top restaurants across the globe for years. Emma's roles have included posts at the acclaimed British restaurant St John and Conran's Quaglino's, and events including the Wimbledon Tennis. Nick, originally from New Zealand, was astounded by the lack of good coffee shops in London. He has worked for top eateries in Sydney and together he and Emma ran a consultancy business for restaurant owners which took them as far as Beijing during the Olympic Games.
Tonia, Nick and Emma opened their first Ginger & White caf in leafy Hampstead in 2009 followed by neighbouring Belsize Park. They have plans for a clutch more.
Ginger & White is a friendly, pretty cafe with sensational coffee and simple good food made using the finest British ingredients. Jamie Oliver Magazine The baking is a real highlight. The carrot cake, in particular, is a light, moist slice of gingery genius. The Guardian
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 8th April 2014
Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.2 x 19.7 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.78
Edition Number: 1