Rachel’s Diary 2008

Rachel’s Diary 2008

by RachelAllen (Author)

Synopsis

Much-loved TV chef Rachel Allen is here to help you organise your culinary year with her new desk diary.

So much more than a simple diary, this book will become your constant companion throughout the year. Let Rachel guide you through the seasons with uplifting introductions to each month, and a wealth of seasonal tips and creative ideas. Be inspired by delicious ways to use up the glut of autumnal apples, find the ideal dish to prepare for Easter, and get helpful hints for your Christmas dinner.

Rachel is famous for her friendly and easy-to-follow approach to cooking, and this diary is full of delicious seasonal ideas and recipes. Whatever the occasion or time of year, Rachel is there to provide inspiration. The diary is also complete with stunning reportage and finished food photography.

Rachel's Diary also includes the following helpful features:
* Weights and measurements conversion charts
* Cooking temperatures conversion charts
* Year planners and bank holidays for the UK (including Scottish holidays) and Ireland
* Reader's recipe notes section
* Addresses and telephone numbers section
And many other helpful features

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More Information

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 128
Publisher: Collins
Published: 03 Sep 2007

ISBN 10: 0007259328
ISBN 13: 9780007259328

Media Reviews

`If you haven't heard of Rachel Allen, you will soon. Ireland's blond and beautiful equivalent of Nigella Lawson...is taking her place on the international culinary scene with her everyday food that focuses on simple suppers and divine puddings.' - Daily Mail YOU Magazine

`With her finely-etched patrician features and delicious recipes, Rachel manages to do what Nigella Lawson never could. She makes us believe we can do what she does...' - Irish Post

`...an obvious addition to the best-loved and most-used category of cookbook' - Sunday Tribune

Author Bio

Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin, and at the age of eighteen left to study at the prestigious Ballymaloe Cookery School. Today, she not only teaches at the school, she writes regular features for national publications, presents highly acclaimed television programmes which have been broadcast internationally, and in her spare time authors bestselling cookery books.