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Real Food by Nigel Slater
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Real Food (original 1998; edition 2011)

by Nigel Slater (Author)

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Nigel Slater's classic guide to comfort food 'Real food means big-flavoured, unpretentious cooking. Good ingredients made into something worth eating. Just nice, uncomplicated food.' Based on Nigel Slater's absolute favourite food, whether it be The Stickiest Ever Chicken Wings or Baked Goat's Cheese and Pesto in Filo Pastry, Smoked Mackerel Dauphinoise or the classic Bacon Butty, this classic has gone a long way in at last creating a nation of food lovers. In typically unpretentious style, Nigel finds good things to make using mass produced white bread to the finest Italian loaves, or with standard English confectionery to real chocolate made from cocoa solids. With Nigel's unerring understanding of flavours, irresistible, simple recipes, and passionate lively writing, 'REAL FOOD' deserves its place on everyone's kitchen shelf.… (more)
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Nigel Slater's Real Food by Nigel Slater (2000)
  arosoff | Jul 11, 2021 |
The sort of cookbook that gets me straight into the kitchen. Lovely stuff. ( )
  AJBraithwaite | Aug 14, 2017 |
The title says it all - this IS real food - with the little ingredients needed you can easily prepare dishes as tasty and memorable as there could be. Comfort and anjoyable. ( )
  Buczkowscy | Aug 19, 2011 |
The recipes in this look amazing, I can't wait to try some of them out. This is a book just filled with comfort food. ( )
  EvaElisabeth | Aug 5, 2008 |
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Nigel Slater's classic guide to comfort food 'Real food means big-flavoured, unpretentious cooking. Good ingredients made into something worth eating. Just nice, uncomplicated food.' Based on Nigel Slater's absolute favourite food, whether it be The Stickiest Ever Chicken Wings or Baked Goat's Cheese and Pesto in Filo Pastry, Smoked Mackerel Dauphinoise or the classic Bacon Butty, this classic has gone a long way in at last creating a nation of food lovers. In typically unpretentious style, Nigel finds good things to make using mass produced white bread to the finest Italian loaves, or with standard English confectionery to real chocolate made from cocoa solids. With Nigel's unerring understanding of flavours, irresistible, simple recipes, and passionate lively writing, 'REAL FOOD' deserves its place on everyone's kitchen shelf.

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