Cooking Without Fuss: Stress-free Recipes for the Home-cook

Cooking Without Fuss: Stress-free Recipes for the Home-cook

by JonnyHaughton (Author)

Synopsis

'Cooking Without Fuss' is about bringing people back into the kitchen with thought-provoking and brilliantly simple recipes. Cooking doesn't have to be stressful, as long as you are organized.

Haughton cooks professionally at The Havelock Tavern - the acclaimed gastro-pub in west London. These quick to prepare and satisfying recipes derive from The Havelock's menu of Modern British dishes. They include winter-warming dishes such as Pot-roast chicken with Leek and Anchovies, delicious tarts including Crab, Tomato and Saffron and indulgent family puds such as Steamed Pecan and Maple and Norfolk Apple and Treacle Tart. The book also features perfect side dishes including The Havelock's chips, famed for being the best in London.

The book includes advice on traditional cooking principles, menu balancing and cooking for crowds. It encourages readers to cook with enjoyment and ease.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 160
Edition: New edition
Publisher: Pavilion Books
Published: 29 Mar 2007

ISBN 10: 1862057656
ISBN 13: 9781862057654
Book Overview: Presents quick to prepare and satisfying recipes derived from London's The Havelock's menu of Modern British dishes. This book includes winter-warming dishes such as Pot-roast chicken with Leek and Anchovies, delicious tarts including Crab, Tomato and Saffron and family puds such as Steamed Pecan, Maple, Norfolk Apple and Treacle Tart, and more.

Author Bio
Jonny Haughton is head chef and joint owner of The Havelock Tavern, West London. Largely self-taught, he served his apprenticeship with Boyd Gilmour and worked his way around London with jobs at 192, The Nosh Brothers and Kartouche. Haughton teamed up with Peter Richnell to open The Havelock Tavern in 1996. In 2003, they opened The Earl Spencer, in south west London, which won the Evening Standard Pub of the Year Award 2004. He lives in Brook Green, west London with his wife and family.