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In recent years, eating out in Britain has undergone a quiet revolution. The Gastropub has brought us some of the best home cooking we have ever tasted. Many of Britain's finest chefs have gone back to basics, setting up good food pubs all over the country. They combine regional techniques with first-rate ingredients to bring us the kind of food we want to eat - gutsy dishes such as Fish casserole, Rib of beef with shallots, and Chocolate tart - often using local produce. "The Gastropub Cookbook" features more than 150 of the best pubs from all over Britain and Ireland, and there are over 100 recipes from the top 20 pubs. These recipes are for homely food, much of which is based on traditional British and Irish cooking. The book is divided into regions, and each region features recipes from at least one profiled pub, plus a guide to all the top pubs in the area. This is the first book to really define the gastropub - a relaxed environment in which you can eat gutsy food with a taste of the region. Photographs by Jason Lowe capture the essence of each pub and the wonderful food served in it.
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* Diana Henry is author of the commercially successful and critically acclaimed Crazy Water, Pickled Lemons. * Diana writes for numerous publications, including House and Garden, Food & Travel and The Daily Telegraph and broadcasts on Woman's Hour. * The photographer, Jason Lowe, has twice won the Glenfiddich visual award.Review:
New voice Diana Henry progresses from the successful "Crazy Water, Pickled Lemons" to "Gastropub": a look at the new phenomenon in the world of pub cuisine. Travelling all around the UK she hunts out these newly born culinary gems, more often than not nestling in some of the most beautiful countryside on offer. From novice chefs to Michelin star winners, they all display innovation, pride and a love of local produce. Each part of the country is explored with the best pubs detailed alongside a selection of their most popular recipes. And if you miss a table there you will find more to choose from in "the best of the rest" which concludes each section. Traditional shepherd pies and rib-eye steaks mix with the more exotic Conwy mussels with coconut milk and coriander and roast partridge with Vietnamese cabbage salad. English puddings like crumble and sticky toffee pudding feature on menus alongside the inspirationally mouth-watering choices of toffee apple ice cream and geranium-scented panna cotta with red gooseberries... Join in the celebration of these top pubs specializing in good old-fashioned comfort food and learn the inspiration behind them as divulged by their owners. Lavish photographs from Jason Lowe complement Diana's text, giving a wonderful picture of warmth and welcome in each featured hostelry. Forget a pint of lager and a packet of crisps and return to that long lost art of warm hospitality now enjoying such a renaissance in gastropubs up and down the country. - Lucy Watson
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Book Description Mitchell Beazley, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11184533194X
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