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ePub Small Adventures in Cooking download
Author:
Steven Joyce,James Ramsden
ISBN13:
978-0762780204
ISBN:
0762780207
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Publisher:
Lyons Press; First edition (April 3, 2012)
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Regional & International
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James Ramsden, Steven Joyce. An exciting, irrepressible new voice in food, James Ramsden understands a generation that, despite being right in step with current trends, hesitate to cook anything more demanding than pasta

James Ramsden, Steven Joyce. An exciting, irrepressible new voice in food, James Ramsden understands a generation that, despite being right in step with current trends, hesitate to cook anything more demanding than pasta. Here the influential food blogger and supper club host aims to get his peers out of their culinary rut and experimenting with recipes that are delicious, unexpected and simple

Having a copy of Small Adventures in Cooking you own three books in one. And all three are great! . The book also has many small photo illustrations in which Ramsden gives cooking tips-these are very useful.

Having a copy of Small Adventures in Cooking you own three books in one. And all three are great! First, you'll likely to leaf through its pages to admire the superb food photos and outstanding, pleasing and original art layout. So are the sidebars, some full pages long that you must read even if you are an accomplished cook. The chapter titles are intriguing and invite you to take a closer look at what he is talking about: Va Va Voyages, Corner Shop Capers, Feeding the Flocks, for instance.

Small Adventures in Cooking book. James Ramsden, Steven Joyce (Photographs). An exciting new voice in food, up-and-coming chef James Ramsden is one of a generation of sophisticated 20- and 30-somethings who, despite being in step with current trends, are hesitant to cook anything more demanding than pasta.

Yours ever faithfully, James T. E. Ramsden. James Ramsden is a London-based Yorkshireman. His first book is out Spring 2011. He runs the Secret Larder supper club and has written about food and cookery for The Times, The Guardian, Sainsbury's Magazine, and lovefood.

Thursday 13 October 2011 10:41. From Small in Adventures in Cooking by James Ramsden (£14. More about: Chicken Mustard Onion Pans And Pots Peppers.

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An exciting, irrepressible new voice in food, James Ramsden understands a generation that, despite being right in step with current trends, hesitate to cook anything more demanding than pasta. Here the influential food blogger and supper club host aims to get his peers out of their culinary rut and experimenting with recipes that are delicious, unexpected and simple. Recipes include speedy after-work suppers such as Wasabi Chicken Salad with Rice Noodles, food for friends like Spinach and Chickpea Curry or Szechuan Duck, and delicious slow-cooked dishes such as Braised Short Ribs—all easy and achievable for cooks of any ambition.

  • I adore cooking but have always been one not to follow recipes if they are too complex. I prefer simplicity, taste and texture of the cooking process and finished dishes rather than a monumental battle to get something right from a complex set of instructions. This book fits right into my niche of cookbooks I really like.

    It is set out in 8 chapters looking at virtually all aspects of cooking, from morning breakfast to dinner parties to deserts. There are lots of recipes all with colour illustrations and simple instructions. I would not say the recipes are idiot proof but they as dam near fool proof as you can get. Many of the recipes take a normal food, such as baked beans and add some zest to it, to make it just that little bit better. There are plenty of vegetarian dishes and meat dishes to delight all types of taste buds.

    This is more than a cookbook as in many chapters he goes into the history of a certain dish or genre. There are pages of interesting facts about the dish you are preparing, which if someone were to ask at a dinner party, makes you look as if you know what you are talking about.

    For me this books' charm is in the simplicity of the recipes, the taste of the finished dish and the quality of the book, its descriptions and pictures. I would not use every recipe in this book, but overall I think this is a great book for a novice to medium skilled cook who wants simplicity yet quality.

    I highly recommend it.

  • Lucky you! Having a copy of Small Adventures in Cooking you own three books in one. And all three are great! First, you'll likely to leaf through its pages to admire the superb food photos and outstanding, pleasing and original art layout. Then you are likely to start reading the equally excellent text starting with the few pages of introduction, then proceeding to the chapter headings, and if you like what you read, you may continue with the brief recipe head notes, one after the other--they are all very well written and thoroughly enjoyable. James Ramsden, a young British chef, knows how to write and keep you entertained. Finally, you will be looking through the recipe collection and likely to mark many to keep in mind as your own small adventures in your kitchen.||Contrary to most chefs' cooking style, Ramsden advocates and emphasizes free-style cooking, adventuring with ingredients, substituting whenever you feel like, being flexible in your planning, using your shopping list as a guide only and making friends with shopkeepers, butchers and fish mongers. To help you, he has two or three tags after each recipe: Tart (suggestions to tart up your creations), Tweak (variation ideas on the recipe) and, whenever appropriate, a Tomorrow tag, suggesting how best to use leftovers. In addition, he has a hashtag right after each recipe that lets you tweet the recipes in Twitter for additional tips and tweaks to others users. The book also has many small photo illustrations in which Ramsden gives cooking tips--these are very useful. So are the sidebars, some full pages long that you must read even if you are an accomplished cook.||The chapter titles are intriguing and invite you to take a closer look at what he is talking about: Va Va Voyages, Corner Shop Capers, Feeding the Flocks, for instance. Surfing the Stumbling Block chapter explores the more difficult but essential kitchen creations: such as mayonnaise, cooking with eggs, pie dough and making perfect gravy. His recipes are as good and well-written as the artwork and the text. Many appear to be original and intriguing to be explored and so are the recipe titles: Skate Cheeks with Pea Puree and Pea Shoots; Soviet Salmon Soup. The glossary at the end is very useful, helping you with cooking terms Ramsden uses in his book. Index is good and cross referenced though not thoroughly. The binding of this trade paperback is disappointing. It is so tight that you definitely need a cookbook holder to keep the pages open. Even reading it is a bit of a challenge. Yet you must own a copy whether a beginner cook or an expert. (As reviewed for Sacramento/San Francisco Book Review.)