No ifs, no buts, no qualifications ... this is a great cookery book. -- Time Out
She's not just reader-friendly, she's reader best-friendly ... I can't think of a better present than this book. -- Cressida Connolly, Vogue
Should give Nigel Slater a run for his money. -- Kate Colquhoun, Guardian Online
This book is all about savouring the pleasures of food and delighting in the company you serve it to. Delicious. -- Marie Claire
When you need a little inspiration in the kitchen, consult a copy of How to Feed Your Friends with Relish. -- Daily Candy
`Crammed with enticing writing about the rituals of cooking, Relish is also full of simple recipes for all eventualities. Weinberg's mission is to make entertaining entertaining, from romantic dinners à deux to magical summer picnics. This book is all about savouring the pleasures of food and delighting in the company you serve it to. Delicious'
-- Eithne Farry, Marie Claire
`She's not just reader-friendly, she's reader best-friendly. After reading her book, you not only want to try out lots of things: you want her to come round and hang out in your kitchen, chatting ... I can't think of a better present than this book' -- Cressida Connolly, Vogue
`Weinberg's book is full of tips aimed at making your life as the host easier and your guests' lives less like a series of structured conversations built around a parade of show-off food ... Comfort is the watchword of Weinberg's book and its wellspring ... Her comfort mantra extends beyond dinner parties to every sort of eventuality where food lifts your spirits' -- Harry Mount, Telegraph
`When you need a little inspiration in the kitchen, consult a copy of How to Feed Your Friends with Relish ... crammed with recipes and menu plans for every kind of meal ... Thumb through the book before you even get to the supermarket and you'll be well on your way to impressing hungry guests in true culinary style' -- Daily Candy
About the Author
Joanna Weinberg has always been a passionate cook, tasting the flavours in her head before they get as far as the plate, but it wasn't until she spent a few years in New York without a kitchen that she realised how important it was to have friends round. Having returned to live in London, she now has a kitchen big enough to fit a table in it, and she cooks for friends all the time. Jo writes for a broad range of publications including Vogue, ES, Tatler and Easy Living, and about food in particular for The Times and Waitrose Food Illustrated.