The third book is on simple cooking called Easy, it’s full of ideas and cooking tips and answers the question of what to do with leftovers. The book covers breakfast, light snacks, food on the go, food on the cheap, what food to make for a celebration and for a Sunday home roast. Then a large chapter on what to do with all those leftovers and how to utilise them before they go into the bin. To be able to cook great meals without spending hours in the kitchen or having lots of expertise, and with over 200 recipes there’s something for every occasion: start the day with a healthy shake or smoothie; fix yourself a quick lunch of Sardines with Shallot Chutney or Field Mushroom Salad with Watercress and Fried Egg; and rustle up a speedy supper of Mullet with Green Olives and Parmesan. Then linger over a lazy weekend brunch of baked eggs or waffles; comfort food such as Sticky Toffee Pudding; or leave hearty Sunday roasts and pies to slow-cook in the oven while you sit back and relax.
The emphasis is on simplicity – recipes that can be prepared and cooked without any hassle or fuss, making cooking a pleasure rather than a chore. Beautifully illustrated with specially commissioned photography and a fresh, striking design.