Food for All Seasons

By Ross Burden

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  • ISBN: 9781843580249
  • Publication Date: 21 Oct 2012
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: Metro Books, London

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Synopsis

In this exciting new cookery book, Ross Burden presents 150 seasonal recipes and menus that prove you can have a relaxed meal with friends, while producing food that is interesting and unusual. Ross Burden is the hottest young chef cooking in Britain today: his book presents the fruits of the experience he has gained running his own catering company, producing meals for both large and intimate occasions. Ross has also travelled extensively, and his recipes are a wonderfully eclectic mixture of flavours and styles from all over the world. They include Tarragon Chicken with Mushroom Boxes, Roasted Pepper and Aubergine Terrine, Chargrilled Tuna Loin with Tapenade and Poached Pear with Lime Caramel Sauce. Each section of the book is divided into seasons. Many people believe they don't have the skill (or time) to produce an impressive meal for friends; this book shows how with a little effort and organisation, anything is possible.

About the author

Ross Burden is a New Zealander who settled in London in the 1980s. His first brush with fame was as finalist in the BBC Masterchef competition. Launching his own company in 1993, The Contemporary Catering Company's clients include film stars, heads of major corporations and the Royal Family. He has appeared numerous times on Ready Steady Cook, the BBC Good Food Show, GMTV and The Big Breakfast. He has also had a 26-hour series on the Carlton Food Network, and has filmed a series for CFN Ross in Thailand. He co-wrote the Ready Steady Cook Book 5 with Ainsley Harriot, which has sold over 50,000 copies.

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