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Bill Granger Series

Hardcover Published: 1st January 2009
ISBN: 9781741965025
Number Of Pages: 256

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Bill Granger's Holiday is a vibrant partner to the best-selling Every Day, continuing the exciting format of reportage style photography, personal chapter introductions and Bill's trademark contemporary stylish recipes. This is a book about laying down lifetime memories through food, taking time out to cook at leisure, relaxing weekends and lazy holidays. Recipes flow from the most casual of outdoor summer dining to fireside suppers, to fabulous ideas for Christmas parties.

About the Author

Bill is one of Australia’s leading food writers. His first two cook books, Bill's Sydney Food and Bill's Food, became international best sellers, and when the third, Bill's Open Kitchen, was published in 2003, it went to the top of the non-fiction charts in Australia. Bill’s books were launched by HarperCollins in the US in February 2005, and have been translated into Dutch and Italian. His fourth book, Simply Bill, was launched in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the Netherlands in 2005. Bill has sold over 700,000 copies of his books worldwide and his fifth book Every Day was launched with instant success in both Australia and the UK in late 2006. Bill’s latest book, Holiday, was released in Australia and the UK in late 2007.

Outdoorsp. 006
terrace dining
what to do with the leftover chicken
spring pasta
Barefootp. 048
beach barbecues
ice creams
Harvestp. 076
frosty morning breakfasts
rug-up-warm soups
harvest suppers
autumn fete
Honeymoonp. 128
breakfast in bed
dinner dates for two or more
Firesidep. 164
winter one-pot suppers
roasts and stews
sticky puddings
Celebratep. 200
Christmas - hot and cold
wedding lunch
tapas party
Happy Birthday
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ISBN: 9781741965025
ISBN-10: 1741965020
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st January 2009
Publisher: Murdoch Books
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 24.5 x 19.0  x 3.2
Weight (kg): 1.15
Edition Number: 1
Edition Type: Media tie-in

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Bill Granger

About the Author

Bill Granger is an Australian chef and food writer, loved by family cooks and sophisticated foodies alike, for his relaxed style and fresh local-ingredient led dishes. Bill’s sunny, easy-going approach to food is an essential element in his enduring popularity.

In 1993, at the age of 24, he dropped out of art school and opened his first restaurant, bills, in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. It quickly became famous for the best scrambled eggs and ricotta hotcakes in town, served at the now much-copied communal table where locals and visitors, families and celebrities sit down to eat together and thrive on the buzzing atmosphere. Another Sydney restaurant soon followed and in 2008 Bill went international – to Japan, where he now has four successful eateries.

His first London restaurant, Granger & Co, opened in Notting Hill in 2011. With bills Sydney in Waikiki opening twenty years after he served his first brunch, Bill Granger’s casual, joyful and oh-so-Australian approach to dining has become truly global.

Bill’s five TV series are viewed in 30 countries; he has published 11 cookbooks, which have been translated into many languages and sold over 1 million copies worldwide; and he writes weekly newspaper and magazine columns in both the UK and Australia.

In 2006, Bill was awarded the Food Media Club Australia Award for Best Overall Contribution to the Communication of Food and in 2012 Granger & Co won a Condé Nast Traveller Design and Innovation Award. In March 2013 Bill was awarded the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Legends Award, as nominated by his peers.

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