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Alexis Gauthier: Vegetronic by Alexis Gauthier
Alexis Gauthier: Vegetronic by Alexis Gauthier
Vegetronic by Michelin-starred Alexis Gauthier seeks to change the traditional equilibrium between meat and veg. Gauthier is not a vegetarian, and this book is not aimed at veggies; it is a celebration of the fruits of the earth and how clever combinations can inverse the old school meat with a side of veg culture.

Gauthier had a classical training, working for the like of Alain Ducasse, but he has become somewhat of a revolutionary making brave and eye brow raising decisions (printing the calories on his Michelin-starred menu). Whilst the catalyst for Gauthier's veg revolution was the shocking (although somewhat inevitable given the tonnes of foie gras he has tested) discovery… Read more
Ice Cream by Benjamin Vear
Ice Cream by Benjamin Vear
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Ben Vear's second book, Ice Cream & Other Frozen Delights, is a gelato compendium - containing everything you need to know about the mysterious ice that has been universally loved since its first incarnation as frozen milk, flavoured with herbs and spices in ancient China, to the modern Mr Whippy.

Ben is a fourth generation scion of family run Winstones Ice Cream, that began in the 1920's when his Great-Grandfather offered refreshments to passing walkers. The business has grown organically to produce more than 1,000,000 litres of ice cream each year. Ben is deeply passionate about the business: keenly preserving the Winstones spirit for sourcing the finest ingredients ethically… Read more
The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is the long awaited first book from blogging superstar Deb Perelman. Deb registered the The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is the long awaited first book from blogging superstar Deb Perelman. Deb registered the Smitten Kitchen domain in 2006, since then she has amassed a loyal following of fans (we are talking millions) and a shelf full of awards for her no-nonsense recipes and sublime pictures. Deb doesn't come from a long line of chefs, or have a classical training - she is self-taught, driven by a dissatisfaction with restaurants and a fanatical drive to achieve the perfect [insert literally anything here].

Deb's style is characterised by both her… Read more

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