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Simple, delicious, unfussy - Sunday Times resident food writer Lucas Hollweg offers good food for real people. Good Things to Eat is just that: great food that focuses on the ever-popular ingredients and types of recipes that home cooks turn to again and again; the dishes that make everyone go 'yum!' From risottos, stews, gratins and things on toast to lamb, fruit, pasta, pies, squashes and puds, Lucas opens up scrumptious new possibilities for the kinds of flavours people kw and love.Lucas weaves together his recipes with personal memories, inspiration, gentle advice and the odd joke. His warm, unhurried writing and layman's understanding of what needs explaining and what doesn't, plus his usage of ingredients that people can easily get hold of, ensure he will inspire everyone to make uncomplicated, tasty food - matter how practised they are in the kitchen.At long last, here is the book his fans have been waiting for.Recipes include:Sea bream with fennel and orangeChicken schnitzel with lemon and thymeAubergine, courgette and basil gratinCod with lentils, rocket and salsa verdeA bowl of roast quails with spiced yogurtSpiced rack of lamb with butterbean mashPeach, prosciutto and mozzarella saladVeal chops with Roquefort and thyme butterPot-roast chicken and chicoryBeef stew with cinnamon and prunesRaspberry and mint sorbetAutumn mess with blackberriesBanana and black pepper tarte tatinA go-with-anything cake (and things to go with it)The 123 cocktail
Lucas Hollweg is a self-taught cook who gave up life as a food editor and features journalist to spend more time in the kitchen. His popular recipe column in The Sunday Times Style magazine has many happy readers, who enjoy his easy, laid-back and delicious grub. Good Things to Eat is his first cookbook.