This long-awaited debut cookbook from talented food photographer and keen home cook Katie Quinn Davies features simple, seasonal recipes, including much-loved classics from her blog and plenty of brand new mouth-watering dishes.
Featuring Katie's gorgeous photography throughout, this book is a feast for the eyes as well as the palate.
About the Author
Katie Quinn Davies - originally a native of Dublin, Ireland, now based in Sydney, Australia, works as a freelance commercial photographer specialising in food and lifestyle subjects with a strong focus on the former. In the past two years she has amassed a respectable editorial and advertising client list including; Penguin Books, Murdoch books, ACP Magazines, News Magazines, Real Living Magazine, Delicious Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Food + Wine NYC, Fairfax Media, Tourism Victoria, Unilever, Sonoma Breads, Taylors Wines, Lean Cuisine, to name but a few.
Katie brings a natural, rustic, tactile and graphic quality to her photographic work, opting to present food and subjects in an honest and candid state.
In her spare time, as a sideline to her commercial work, Katie writes her food photography blog; 'What Katie ate' for which she develops, cooks, styles and shoots each recipe. In collaboration with Penguin Books Australia and Penguin New York, HarperCollins U.K. and Hachette Livre in France, Katie is releasing her first 304 page, hardback What Katie Ate Cookbook due out in October 2012, full of honest, home-cooked recipes, most in part inspired by Katie's love for throwing a good dinner party for friends and family.
Katie also is a regular contributor to ABC Delicious Magazine, for which she writes, styles and shoots a monthly, eight page food editorial story.
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Comments about What Katie Ate:
The most beautiful cookbook. An absolute delight to read and a gorgeous present for a keen cook. The food photography is simply stunning. Highly recommend.
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 26th September 2012
Dimensions (cm): 27.6 x 21.8 x 2.9
Weight (kg): 27.6
Edition Number: 1