Food for Friends: Simply Delicious Menus for Easy Entertaining Paperback – 1 Mar 2005
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"Food you will enjoy creating and everyone will enjoy eating" is Fran Warde's tenet and in this recipe book she teaches us just that. She removes the worry from dinner parties, the fretting of a bored, novice chef and suggests innovative ideas to make a meal with friends memorable. From picnics in the park to a cosy autumn dinner in front of a roaring fire, her recipes are simple to make, easily explained and deliciously tasty. Each suggested menu is accompanied by a work plan ensuring as much as possible is done in advance leaving the hostess more time to enjoy herself with her guests. Everyday entertaining in the form of impromptu suppers, Mediterranean lunches and weekend dining. Parties and celebratory meals such as New Years Eve dinner, Eastern feast and childrens tea parties. All eventualities and tastes are catered for, often with serving suggestions and table decoration hints to make the meal that extra special and personal. Drink accompaniments are included for those unsure of what to serve and the whole is gloriously illustrated with the photographs of Debi Treloar. So if you are looking for fresh ideas, look no further. Your friends will be knocking at your door forever after sampling these recipes - especially the chocolate risotto which is to die for...... - Lucy Watson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Fran Warde trained as a professional chef and cooked all over the world. In Britain she ran a successful restaurant and catering business, before setting up her own cookery school. Fran was Food Editor of Red magazine for five years and now contributes to a number of publications including Olive, BBC Good Food, The Times Magazine and Waitrose Food Illustrated. She is the author of best-selling cookbook Eat Drink Live for Ryland Peters & Small, and The French Kitchen, which she co-wrote with novelist Joanne Harris.