Nowadays families come in all shapes and sizes, with or without children, young and old, some related some not. All have a requirement in their busy lives to be fed nourishing meals, usually in a hurry.With his trademark simple, straightforward food, Bill has put together a bright, joyful, fun collection of recipes that answers the day-to-day food dilemmas of busy modern families. Covering all aspects of family life, the chapters include ideas for quick healthy breakfasts, fast lunches, nursery teas, cook-ahead ideas, after-work suppers and dinners with friends. A day in the Feed Me Now family might start with Rhubarb and strawberry breakfast crisp, mid-day could fuel up with an Open sandwich of mushrooms, hazelnuts and goat's cheese, the afternoon might bring a treat such as Chocolate and pistachio biscotti while friends for dinner would enjoy Slow-cooked lamb leg with anchovies and orange.Combining fresh flavours and ingredients, Bill's recipes produce divine results every time as well as answering the need for fast, healthy food for families and their friends.
BILL GRANGER is a self-taught cook who steadfastly believes that food should always be a joy, never a chore. His easy-going approach to cooking is an essential element in his enduring popularity. Bill opened his first restaurant, bills, in Sydney at the age of 22, and bills Surry Hills only three years later; a third Sydney restaurant was opened in July 2005. In March 2008 he opened his first restaurant in Tokyo and he is working on opening a restaurant in London.
Bill's previous books include bills Sydney food, bills food, bills open kitchen, simply bill, Every Day, Holiday and Feed Me Now. In all, he has sold over 850,000 books and been translated into six languages. He also works with various gourmet magazines, including Waitrose Food Illustrated and Australia's and the Netherlands's delicious. magazines. His television series, bills food, launched in 2004 and has been broadcast worldwide in no less than 27 countries; in the UK alone over two million viewers watched it on BBC TV. His second tv series Bill's Holiday screened in the UK and Australia early in 2009.