Présentation de l'éditeur
This book helps you discover the food of an ancient land, from its green pastures and highland peaks to country villages and balmy seaside towns. Chapters cover breakfasts, soups and appetizers; fish and shellfish; poultry, meat and game; side dishes; and desserts and baking - with cook's tips throughout. Britain is home to many world-famous classics, such as fish and chips, the cooked breakfast, and summer pudding, as well as regional specialities including Cornish pasties, Irish soda bread and Scottish shortbread. This book provides an insight into the best dishes on offer, with a selection of 70 recipes covering England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Clear instructions enable cooks to create Beef Wellington, Apple Pie, and Scones with Jam and Cream, or to experiment with something more unusual, such as Cullen Skink, Cockle Cakes or Spiced Asparagus Kale. With over 250 beautiful photographs, the book provides a tantalizing insight into a traditional cuisine.
Biographie de l'auteur
Christopher Trotter is a chef and author. He trained at the Savoy and in a Michelin-starred restaurant in France. Annette Yates has written cookbooks on slow cooking, steaming, microwaving, barbecuing and bread making. Georgina Campbell is the author of The Georgina Campbell Guide - Ireland's Best Places To Eat, Drink & Stay.