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Belinda Jeffery's instinctive cooking style responds to the seasons. With this in mind she has divided her latest cookbook into recipes to suit the time of year.
During the long, hot days of summer, savour the delicacy of tea-smoked salmon glazed with wasabi butter. In the cooler months, spend a cosy afternoon in the kitchen, making slow-cooked Turkish lamb with prunes, saffron and cinnamon or a pot of Boston baked beans. For those in-between days, be tempted by pork and water chestnut burgers with sesame bok choy, or a warm lentil salad with beetroot, fennel and goat's cheese. And just about everyone can squeeze in a little something sweet at the end of a meal, making a slice of chocolate crackle and caramel ice-cream loaf or butterscotch pears with almond praline hard to resist.
In this wonderful new collection, Belinda offers all the culinary inspiration you will need to see the year through.
About the Author
Belinda Jeffery's books include Belinda Jeffery's Collected Recipes (a compilation of her first two books, Belinda Jeffery's 100 Favourite Recipes and Belinda Jeffery's Tried-and-True Recipes), Mix and Bake, The Country Cookbook (all about living and cooking in the Byron area), and Desserts the season, Belinda offers all the culinary inspiration you will need to see the year through in this wonderful new collection.
This is an everyday cookbook, but the recipes are different enough to use for a dinner party to impress.
The Working Mum
ISBN: 9781921383359 ISBN-10: 1921383356 Audience:
Number Of Pages: 224 Published: 24th September 2014 Publisher: Penguin Books Australia Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 29.1 x 23.4
Weight (kg): 1.26
Edition Number: 1
About the Author
Belinda Jeffery is the award-winning author of The Country Cookbook, Mix & Bake, Belinda Jeffery's Tried-and-True Recipes and Belinda Jeffery's 100 Favourite Recipes. She has shown herself to be the quiet achiever of the food industry. Renowned for her warm and reassuring style, Belinda has garnered a strong following through her career as a chef, cafe proprietor, TV food presenter, radio personality and cooking teacher for her never-fail recipes and the pleasure she receives from sharing her knowledge and love of good food with others.
In 2002 Belinda and her husband traded city life for the Far North Coast of New South Wales, where she now focuses on writing and teaching. She is a regular contributor to Delicious. and other food and wine magazines, a restaurant reviewer for The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide and an experienced judge for a number of industry awards.