Following on from the success of her first title Kitchen Therapist, cook and author Jo Richardson turns her attention to chicken, one of the most versatile ingredients. Roasted whole or in portions, fried, baked, grilled, broiled or barbecued, chicken can be enjoyed in a multitude of dishes and is a staple in many cuisines. Marinate it, stuff it, poach it, add it to stews, soups, curries or casseroles, this inexpensive meat is a crowd pleaser and learning to cook it is the key to creating a host of recipes for everyday eating as well as entertaining. With plenty of recipes for time-houred favourites, as well as contemporary dishes from across the globe, Jo shows you how to cook poultry to perfection, highlighting potential pitfalls to beware of, and ensuring you get every aspect of the dish ready to serve on time.
Jo Richardson is a formally trained home economist. In her 25-year career she has immersed herself in all things food, specialising in recipe creation and food styling. She's well placed to offer guidance on getting food to taste delicious as well as look great, offering hints and tips that will help your culinary creations. Jo has helped to establish three best-selling glossy women's magazines.