Notes from a Small Kitchen Island

£26.00

In this collection of warm, candid essays and over 70 recipes, food writer and Telegraph columnist Debora Robertson celebrates the comfort to be found in the everyday, the delight in the ordinary, and the joys, pleasures and challenges of domestic life, from roasting a chicken and making marmalade to learning how to throw a party without losing your mind.

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Discover the cookbook you’ll never want to live without, filled with the secrets to creating delicious home-cooked meals every single day

‘I am so greedily impatient for this book. I want to read it. I want to cook from it’ NIGELLA LAWSON

‘There are wonderful tales and recipes here, and lots of wisdom. It’s approachable, anchored in real life and a joy to read. I want more’ DIANA HENRY

‘A wonderful book full of inspiring, simple and time-saving recipes. This should be an everyday book for everybody’ TOM KERRIDGE
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Debora Robertson, home cook and renowned food writer, tells how, from the least promising of culinary starts, she learned to love cooking and transformed her cosy kitchen into the beating heart of her home.

Through her stories and recipes, she will whisk you away to hot summers in Languedoc and balmy weeknights in London, revealing the life-changing dishes that made her. Bound together with life- and dinner-saving lessons, Debora has written the essential kitchen companion for every home cook.

From the tastes of Debora’s childhood to the recipes she discovered on her travels, to the food she cooks every day . . .
· Leek and ham hock steamed pudding
· Slow roast lamb with Durham salad
· Meemaw’s Texan margarita pie
· The best recipe for roast chicken
· Delicious plum cake

Debora will take you by the hand and tell you everything you’ll ever need to know about cooking food you’ll love time and time again.
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‘I want to eat every single recipe in this book – even the two for dogs!’ NIGELLA LAWSON

Read a sample here

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Weight 0.995 kg
Dimensions 24.7 × 17.5 × 2.7 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

287

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

641.5 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K