Synopsis: a recipe book of food Britain loves from 100 of our finest chefs, cooks, bakers and local food heroes. Showcasing the richness and creativity of Britain’s unique food culture, the cookbook posed the question to contributors: ‘What do you cook for the people you love?’. The diverse range of answers from chefs such as Nigella Lawson, Rick Stein, Yotam Ottolenghi and others are collected in this special tome illustrated by Sir Peter Blake. The book illustrates how a history of resourcefulness, industry and immigration in Britain have all combined to create a rich and diverse gastronomic creativity. The book is a truly British compendium of the food that people love and want to share and make for the ones they love.
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The Really Quite Good British Cookbook is a stunning book, edited by William Sitwell which gathers together a creative and imaginative collection of recipes from our finest chefs, cooks, bakers and local food heroes. There are delicious recipes for every part of the day from breakfast to dessert. With a unique cover designed by Sir Peter Blake, this beautifully illustrated book would make an ideal gift for any food lover to be handed down through future generations as a treasured and loved cookbook. Highly Recommended!