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Kitchin Suppers Hardcover – 5 Nov 2015
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'With his talent and energy, Tom makes good cooking accessible to everyone' --Alain Ducasse<br \><br \>
'Eminently user-friendly book...from Scotland s pre-eminent cook of wild food and game.' --The Times, 26th August 2012<br \><br \>
'Scotland's hottest chef Tom Kitchin has come up with a stunning collection of recipes that makes the most of fresh, seasonal food. From one-pan wonders and quick weekday suppers to new Sunday roasts and glorious desserts, there are brilliant ideas for every day of the week. And the photography is inspirational.' --Country Homes & Interiors, October 2012<br \><br \>
'The Scottish chef presents delicious recipes that are affordable as well as achievable. From quick suppers to ideas for casual entertaining and the beloved Sunday roast, he shows how to get great results using clever combinations and seasonal ingredients. Recipes like smoked salmon & pea frittata showcase his simple yet beautiful food.' --Good Food Magazine, October 2012<br \><br \>
'Tom Kitchin's latest book, Kitchin Suppers, will take you by the hand, showcasing classic flavour combinations with exciting new twists. Perfect for impressing guests.' --Good Housekeeping Magazine, October 2012<br \><br \>'Tom Kitchin takes readers into his home kitchen to demonstrate how accessible, inexpensive and uncomplicated gourmet food can be. Drawing on his experience of cooking for the family, Tom has divided the book into sections to provide a collection of fresh, seasonal food recipes for different time pressures.' --Dundee Courier, 25th August 2012<br \><br \>'This stunning-looking recipe book is a real celebration of warming seasonal fare - perfect for November. Considering Tom's Michelin credentials his recipes are surprisingly straight forward, with no lengthy ingredient lists or complicated techniques, and it's great to see him make use of cheaper cuts, such as pork cheeks and belly, as well as all types of game bird. Kitchin Suppers has the perfect combination of easy, filling family meals, such as salmon lasagne or chicken broth, as well as more flamboyant fare, especially his innovative interpretation of haggis, neeps and tatties.' --Great British Food Magazine, November 2012<br \><br \>'Tom Kitchin specialises in bringing classical French technique to Scottish ingredients; this new book brilliantly simplifies some of those clever and flavourful recipes for quick meals and satisfying single-pan cooking adventures.' --The Times, --Delicious, December 2012
'This take on home cooking from restaurant chef Tom Kitchin is full of neat tricks and alternatives to the time-consuming processes of the pro kitchen.' --Metro (London), November 28th 2012
'Tom Kitchin's hearty recipes from his new book will cloak your festive planning in an aura of calm.' --Delicious, December 2012
About the Author
Tom Kitchin opened his first restaurant, The Kitchin, on Edinburgh's Leith waterfront in 2006. In January 2007, The Kitchin was awarded a coveted Michelin star - onlysix months after opening. Since then Tom has received nationwide recognition with numerous accolades and awards, including Observer Food Monthly's Restaurant ofthe Year (2010). In 2011 Tom's Castle Terrace Restaurant in the city centre was awarded a Michelin star just over a year after opening. Since his impressive success in BBC2's Great British Menu, Tom is regularly invited to appear on television - in BBC's Saturday Kitchen, UKTV Food's Market Kitchen and on the final chef's table on BBC's Masterchef. This is his second cookbook and the first devoted to home cooking.
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And having sampled some of Tom's recipes posted in the press I know these wont disappoint. Looking forward to finding the time to enjoy some of these! Which is why I give this book 4/5.