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A gorgeous supper nowadays is often the treat of the day. We've all but given up on breakfast, and lunch for many is a grab-and-go affair. But at the end of the day we get to shift gear. Time is an important factor. With Annie Bell's expertise, cooking an easy, satisfying dinner becomes something we can all accomplish.
Satisfy your carb cravings with a Linguine alla Carbonara; have a cosy night in with Steak and Wild Mushroom Carbonade; or lighten the mood with a classic Caesar Salad - with over 100 recipes, this book will ensure that you never have to sing for your supper, whether you are cooking for one, two, four or more.
About the Author
Annie Bell was a chef before becoming a full-time food writer and author. She has written for Vogue, the Independent, and Country Living, and is now the principal cookery writer for The Mail on Sunday's YOU magazine. Her books include Evergreen, which was shortlisted for the Andre Simon and Glenfiddich Food Writing awards; and more recently, Soup Glorious Soup and The Camping Cookbook. Annie is also the author of Gorgeous Cakes, Gorgeous Desserts and Gorgeous Suppers.
ISBN: 9780857830401 ISBN-10: 0857830406 Series: Vincent Square Books Audience:
Number Of Pages: 192 Published: 8th September 2011 Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group Country of Publication: GB Dimensions (cm): 19.5 x 19.5
Weight (kg): 0.54
Edition Number: 1 Edition Type: New edition
About the Author
Annie Bell began her career as a chef before becoming a full-time cookery writer and author. Her books include Annie's Vegetable Book and Evergreen, which was shorlisted for the Andre Simon and Glenfiddich Food Writing awards. More recently she has published Living and Eating, a lifestyle cookery book written with the architect John Pawson, and In My Kitchen.
Annie is also the author of Gorgeous Cakes, Gorgeous Desserts, Gorgeous Suppers and Gorgeous Greens, the first four instalments of the Gorgeous series.
She spent several years as a cookery writer for Vogue, then as a food writer in the Independent. She is currently principle cookery writer on the Mail on Sunday's YOU magazine, and is a contributor to Country Living magazine. She was winner of the Guild of Food Writers Journalist of the Year award in 2003.