Gary Rhodes 365

Author(s): Gary Rhodes

Cook Books

Stuck for inspiration in the kitchen? Do you find yourself making the same old handful of recipes time and again? If so, Gary Rhodes can help you out by offering one recipe for every day of the year, for every different occasion. From breakfasts to feeding the kids tea when they get in from school, from suppers for one or two to more elaborate dishes for entertaining on a Saturday night, feeding the whole family their full-on Sunday lunch - Gary's recipes are some of the best things you will ever eat! With his unique take on flavour combinations he has drawn on his many years as one of the world's top chefs to bring you recipes that are not only a delight, but incredibly simple to make. And if you need ideas for a special occasion, you'll find a chapter dedicated to those too. If you only have one book in your kitchen, make it "Gary Rhodes 365" and you won't be stuck for inspiration ever again. This is one collection of recipes to treasure forever, and to use year after year.

Product Information

'The step-by-step instructions, which veto tricky techniques, are perfect for anyone wanting to branch out... In fact, the deceptively easy to prepare, mouth watering meals that Mr Rhodes offers will have your so-called-food-expert friends weeping into their Magimixes' Heat

Gary Rhodes is one of Britain's best-loved Michelin-starred chefs. He appears regularly on television, most recently in Hell's Kitchen and Local Food Heroes, and is the author of seventeen cookery books, including the highly acclaimed Great British Classics and the recent bestsellers Keeping it Simple and Time to Eat. He has restaurants in London, Dublin, Grenada and Dubai as well as on board a cruise ship in the Mediterranean sea.

General Fields

  • : 9780718153151
  • : 53783
  • : 44793
  • : 1.674
  • : October 2008
  • : 246mm X 189mm X 41mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Gary Rhodes
  • : Hardback
  • : 12-Aug
  • : 641.82
  • : 480
  • : Fully integrated colour photography