A Chef for All Seasons

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Quadrille Publishing, Limited, Aug 1, 2002 - Cookery - 224 pages
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Here, Gordon Ramsay presents contemporary recipes that are accessible to the home cook. Focusing on four seasonal chapters he discusses his favourite ingredients, giving culinary tips and suggests unusual taste combinations, such as lavender and chocolate, and peaches with aromatic thyme.

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Gordon Ramsay - Chef for all Seasons

User Review  - irene153 - Overstock.com

I ordered this book because I have been watching the "F" Word on BBC America. Gordon Ramsay makes cooking seem so easy that I had to try his cookbook. There are some very different recipes in this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lindsey Duncan - Goodreads

This is a very interesting book with an evocative approach to seasonal ingredients, written by a chef who clearly loves both the basic essence of food and his home reaches of Scotland. I found ... Read full review

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