Wednesday, November 21st, 2007
Fancy a shortcut to some great recipes? The Guardian has an extract from the latest cookbook from celebrity chef Gary Rhodes.
Time to Eat is organised on the basis that you need to know roughly how long a meal takes to cook before you start preparing it.
The recipes at the beginning are the ones you’ll knock together in a few moments. The deeper into the book you get, the more time-consuming they become.
As such it’s sure to be a Christmas hit – and, in the Guardian extract, you can get a sneak peek at courgette soup with tomato and red onion bruschetta, broken feta cheese salad with apples and pears or pan-fried white fish with buttery grapes and chervil, all ready in 15 minutes apiece.
If you’ve got half an hour to play with then try Risotto Milanese or stir-fried chicken with tomatoes, basil and crispy parmesan.
- Foyles Bookshop is selling Time To Eat at an online price of £19 – that’s a saving of £6 on the recommended list price. And you can take advantage of free post and packing on all UK orders over £10. Read a synopsis, check reviews and buy the book here.