"Cook" is the exciting new book from up-and-coming chef and food writer Thomasina Miers, winner of BBC 2's "Masterchef 2005". This brand new recipe book shows us exactly why she won. With her natural passion for flavours and ingredients Thomasina offers us an irresistible range of seasonal recipes that reflect her personality and love of all things real, hearty and above all delicious. With no hint of pretension, Thomasina's approach is relaxed and unfussy yet undeniably smart and modern, using locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients, and sticking to her firm belief in free-range and organic produce wherever possible. Thomasina's flair and experience lend her food both excitement and conviction. Add to that, her natural understanding of what makes great food and you have a truly winning recipe. The vibrancy, richness and diversity of her recipes comes from her assimilation of ideas and influences from all over the world, from the people and places she has encountered along the way, from London to Mexico. Whether you want starters, lazy brunches, a hearty main of meat, fish or vegetables, or a sumptuous pudding, "Cook" caters for every course. From moreish bruschettas to roast partridge with mascarpone and thyme, from the perfect BLT to chilli chocolate truffles, Tommi has it covered. If you love incredible flavours and interesting, quality ingredients made into real, easygoing food, then "Cook" is the book you need to feed yourself and your friends.
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Thomasina Miers is a cook, food writer and winner of BBC2's Masterchef Goes Large 2005. Her passion for food has taken her around the world, to experience all facets of the industry from cheese-making in West Cork to opening a large restaurant and cocktail bar in Mexico City. She has also worked as a chef at the Petersham Cafe at Petersham Nurseries with Skye Gyngell and previously edited the highly successful cookery book Soup Kitchen. Thomasina is currently focussing on her writing - she has recently contributed a regular recipe column to The Times and Waitrose Food Illustrated. COOK is her first independent book.
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Book Description Collins, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110007229372