"The quest to find the most popular British recipes returns, with winning dishes published in a book from Infinite Ideas." -- The Bookseller The Bookseller, 31 August 2007
"serves up not just delicious food, but richly evocative slices of personal and social history." -- The Times (T2), 3 September 2007
"Celebrity chefs Thompson and Rankin have put this together as a celebration of the recipes that people all over the country love to cook and eat. There are lovely ideas for starters and light bites, mains and puddings with sumptuous illustrations. A real family cookbook with the kind of recipes people genuinely want to enjoy - and I assure you even the most jaded taste buds will be titillated." -- The Sun, October 2007
"Get cooking! For a snapshot of the dishes we can't live without, take a look at The People's Cookbook (£14.99, Infinite Ideas). Antony Worrall Thompson and Paul Rankin have selected 100 mouth-watering recipes as voted for by the nation. From traditional family dishes to recipes invented from scratch, there's something to suit all tastes!"
-- Woman's Own, 15 October 2007
"Home cooking should be celebrated - and that is exactly what The People's Cookbook is all about."
-- The Insider, September 2007
"I knew this dish would do well ... I am happy for it to feature in The People's Cookbook which will be out in bookshops by Christmas."
-- The Cornishman, September 2007
"The People's Cookbook sees Antony Worrall Thompson and Paul Rankin tell the stories behind the fantastic recipes they've collected from around the UK during the making of the series. Presented in full colour, it really is by the people, for the people!"
"We also loved ... The People's Cookbook ... Packed with 100 recipes (plus the stories behind them) that the chefs collected on their travels around the UK for their UKTV Food show." -- BBC Good Food Magazine, December 2007
"An unusual, but splendid recipe book that will appeal to all lovers of excellent food. Whoever said that British food was dull and tasteless? "From the simple to the elaborate, each recipe is unique in its own right, whether handed down through the generations or a new invention by the featured individual." -- The Standard, 28 September 2007
"The People's Cookbook" sees Antony Worrall Thompson and Paul Rankin tell the incredible stories of the fantastic recipes they have collected on their travels around the UK with "The People's Cookbook" television show. Collected within "The People's Cookbook" are the top 100 recipes from series one and two of the hugely popular UKTV Food show, as voted for by the viewers. With recipes from across the British Isles, with roots as far flung and exotic as the Caribbean and India, "The People's Cookbook" provides a snapshot of modern-day British food culture, and celebrates our traditions and our diversity. The story behind each dish accompanies the recipe, along with comments from Antony and Paul on what they personally love about that particular idea. Separated into starters, main courses and desserts, readers will find a dish for every occasion and for every palate. With full colour throughout and each dish explained by our expert chefs, "The People's Cookbook" really is by the people and for the people.