My Kitchen

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2009 - Cooking - 223 pages
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As the face of British food, James Martin knows how to cook for an audience. But what happens when the cameras are turned off and it's time to feed himself and his friends? Here James shares the recipes that see him through the year, with plenty of easy and irresistible ideas for fantastic food, even when there's no occasion. James firmly believes that fresh, local ingredients are always the best, and he often uses his own home-grown fruit and veggies in his everyday cooking. His recipes are organized by the season, so that whether your produce hails from the garden, the greengrocer or the supermarket, you'll never be short of ways to celebrate delicious seasonal food. A vocal supporter of traditional British grub, James also includes ideas for using different cuts of meat, harking back to an era of "waste not, want not." Determined to prove that game, such as grouse, rabbit, and venison, is not only affordable but also very delicious, he finds versatile ways to turn these meats into mouth-watering dishes that everyone will love. Discover over 100 no-nonsense recipes from James's personal repertoire, all explained in his straightforward and easy-to-follow manner. Accompanied by beautiful food photography and seasonal reportage images which offer a view of James's own house and garden, this is a book which cannot fail to inspire healthy, hearty home-cooked food.

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James Martin is the author of successful cookbooks ranging from traditional British fare to international desserts and also writes a regular motoring column for theMail on Sunday.

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