Rachel’s Food for Living

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HarperCollins UK, Feb 25, 2010 - Cooking - 240 pages

Bestselling author and TV chef Rachel Allen is back with a celebration of favourite foods for making memories.

Ever feel rapture over a pudding? Fall in love over a romantic meal? Can you remember the smell of baking in your grandmother's kitchen? Food has the power to conjure up many emotions – it can make us feel happy or energetic, nostalgic or loved. Cooking and enjoying great food with others is part of how we relish life and in her new book, Rachel Allen provides the mouth-watering recipes to help you do just that.

Rachel explores the foods that stir these wonderful feelings. She provides inspiring and easy-to-achieve suggestions for all kinds of occasions whether you want to make an indulgent celebratory meal for someone special, create memories with your kids, or need a little healthy boost...or a sneaky treat! This is the food that will make you smile.

Rachel's Food for Living includes over 100 new recipes such as Greek Lamb, Onion and Butter Bean Stew; Korean Beef with Avocado Rice; Spanish Chorizo and Chickpea Soup; Little Mocha Kisses.

Contents include:

1 Food for the soul
2 Childhood favourites
3 Making memories
4 Something to celebrate
5 The Lazy Sunday
6 An elegant afternoon
7 Pleasure without the guilt
8 Food for romance
9 For the love of chocolate
10 Classic dishes

 

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Particularly love the Korean Beef with Avocado Rice. Really easy and tastes better than a take-away. Read full review

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Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin, and at the age of eighteen left to study at the prestigious Ballymaloe Cookery School. Today, she not only teaches at the school, she writes regular features for national publications, presents highly acclaimed television programmes which have been broadcast internationally, and in her spare time authors bestselling cookery books.

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