Search results for: river-cafe-italian-kitchen

River Cafe Italian Kitchen

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 44.4 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 593
Read : 1283
Download »
The RIVER CAFE COOKBOOKS are a publishing phenomenon, with over a quarter of a million sold. Following a successful pilot on BBC, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers were asked by Channel 4 to make a series in which they showed how to make some of their fantastic dishes and explained why they cook how they do. This unique book, which is photographed at both the River Cafe and in Italy, complements the existing cookbooks, contains all the recipes shown in the series 1 and 2 of ITALIAN KITCHEN and provides a platform for the authors to explain the philosophy behind their food with passion and verve.

River Cafe

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 69.99 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 590
Read : 210
Download »
The RIVER CAFE COOKBOOKS are a publishing phenomenon, with over a quarter of a million sold. Following a successful pilot on BBC, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers were asked by Channel 4 to make a series in which they showed how to make some of their fantastic dishes and explained why they cook how they do. This unique book, which is photographed at both the River Cafe and in Italy, complements the existing cookbooks, contains all the recipes shown in the series 1 and 2 of ITALIAN KITCHEN and provides a platform for the authors to explain the philosophy behind their food with passion and verve.

Italian Two Easy

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 23.82 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 969
Read : 512
Download »
A sumptuous array of trademark recipes for the Italian-inspired cuisine from London's popular River Cafe features such dishes as cucumber salad with mint and mascarpone, linguine with clams and white asparagus, and hazelnut truffle cake, all organized into fourteen different chapters that cover everything from appetizers to desserts. 30,000 first printing.

The River Cafe Cookbook

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 52.88 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 503
Read : 471
Download »
THE RIVER CAFE COOK BOOK is one of the most influential cookbooks to have been published this decade and is the winner of both the Glenfiddich Food Book of the Year and BCA Illustrated Book of the Year awards. Acclaimed for their innovative re-interpretation of Italian farmhouse cooking -CUCINA RUSTICA - at the River Cafe restaurant, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers have produced an outstanding selection of recipes with an emphasis on uncomplicated food which is vibrant with flavour. Beautifully illustrated, THE RIVER CAFE COOK BOOK is a wonderful guide to this approachable and exciting form of Italian cooking and a celebration of a great restaurant.

The River Cafe Classic Italian Cookbook

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 36.39 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 207
Read : 1333
Download »
Thirty years after its doors first opened, The River Café remains one of London's most iconic restaurants, loved for its innovative Italian food. Pioneering chefs Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers together changed the face of Italian food in Britain, championing seasonality well ahead of their time from their West London kitchen, which won a Michelin star in 1998 and has kept it ever since. The restaurant helped launch the careers of Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, to name but two. Over the course of decades, Rose and Ruth visited Italy time and again, fascinated by the subtleties of dishes from the many different, and diverse, regions of the country. Their unique approach to Italian farmhouse cooking was learned from local mothers, grandmothers, cousins and wine makers who invited them into their kitchens and shared wisdom and precious family recipes. This book gathers together Rose and Ruth's personal interpretations of those heirloom recipes. It's a celebration of the real, classic food of Italy; the traditional, regional food they ate on their travels; and the food they went on to cook at the restaurant and at home. These are the recipes they became well known for, as well as some that are cooked less and less in Italy these days and which Rose and Ruth longed to preserve and pass on.

River Cafe Two Easy

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 90.54 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 477
Read : 1175
Download »
Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray have created yet another superb recipe book taking easy Italian cooking even further. River Cafe Two Easy has been written in the same clear, accessible style and is complimented by vibrant photography and a fresh and striking design. River Cafe Cook Book Easy pioneered a new approach to cooking and eating. Taking account of today's frenetic lifestyles, Ruth and Rose set out to dispel the notion that stylish and healthy food meant spending hours in the kitchen. In this cookbook, they have gone even further towards taking the hassle out of midweek cooking and weekend entertaining and have made it even easier to create delicious and nutritious Italian meals in moments. They offer us a selection of delightfully simple mozzarella recipes, easy-to-assemble salads, perfect pasta, grilled meat and fish recipes, and cakes and puddings for those special occasions that do not rely on hours of slaving in the kitchen but on the wonderful flavours created by the combination of fresh, readily available ingredients. With easy recipes ranging from Potato and pancetta soup and Tomato, dried porcini and parmesan pasta to Lemon and almond tart and Pannacotta with chocolate, this book will have you planning tomorrow's meals before today's have been digested.

River Cafe Pocket Books Pasta and Ravioli

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 60.2 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 115
Read : 856
Download »
Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers's latest in their series of recipe books is an essential addition to every kitchen. This definitive collection of pasta recipes brings together a unique range of Italian dishes from the River Cafe, beautifully packaged with a striking design by an award-winning designer, in a handy paperback format. Rose and Ruth's love and understanding of traditional Italian food has made their world famous River Cafe a much-loved institution, and nowhere is their passion more evident than in their pasta dishes. For ease of use they've collected their best 100 recipes together in one cookbook for the first time. People always want new ideas for pasta sauces and here you can choose between meat- or fish-based sauces, cheese sauces, even vegetarian sauces. They also include ideas for stuffed pasta and gnocchi and offer invaluable cooking tips and advice throughout. Whether you've never used a River Cafe book or are a committed fan, this cookbook makes essential reading.

The River Cafe Cookbook

Author : Rose Gray
File Size : 54.50 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 951
Read : 1176
Download »
THE RIVER CAFE COOK BOOK is one of the most influential cookbooks ever published and is the winner of both the Glenfiddich Food Book of the Year and BCA Illustrated Book of the Year awards. Acclaimed for their innovative re-interpretation of Italian farmhouse cooking - CUCINA RUSTICA - at the River Cafe restaurant, Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers have produced an outstanding selection of Italian recipes with an emphasis on uncomplicated food which is vibrant with flavour. Beautifully illustrated, THE RIVER CAFE COOK BOOK is a wonderful guide to this approachable and exciting form of Italian cooking and a celebration of a great restaurant.

The Book Of Lists

Author : David Wallechinsky
File Size : 59.98 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 900
Read : 583
Download »
The first and best compendium of facts weirder than fiction, of intriguing information and must-talk-about trivia has spawned many imitators - but none as addictive or successful. For nearly three decades the editors have been researching curious facts, unusual statistics and the incredible stories behind them. Now the most entertaining and informative of these have been brought together in a long-awaited, thoroughly up-to-date new edition.

How to Jug a Hare

Author : Sarah Rainey
File Size : 75.17 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 182
Read : 1076
Download »
The opening of the Savoy in 1889, with Auguste Escoffier at the helm of its kitchen, rang in the new era of the celebrity chef. Though food is intrinsic to our very existence, the public’s interest was piqued and our pursuit of gastronomy has been on the rise ever since. Fortunately, The Telegraph has been there to document it. Trawling through the archives, features writer Sarah Rainey, has read through the great and the good as well as the more nostalgic recipes and culinary contemplations. Contributions from literary figures and their kitchens such as A.S. Byatt, sit beautifully alongside the slightly less erudite but equally wonderful entries that are a snapshot into the era they were written. The hidden gems of the past include interviews with 'up-and-coming' chefs including Richard Stein, producing the best of New British Cooking in Padstow, not to mention the flamboyant Egon Ronay extolling the virtues of the ‘new’ trend of coffee houses. Sometimes preventing hollandaise from splitting when you are sweating in a hot kitchen is just not worth it. So take some time out, sit down and read about what Mary Berry did before Great British Bake Off, how Heston Blumenthal wasn’t the first person to make weird flavours of ice cream and the trade tips from the perennially progressive Elizabeth David. With a foreword by best-selling food writer from the Telegraph, this is a collection of all that we love about food from the archives of The Telegraph.