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Market Kitchen Cookbook

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ISBN-10: 0007314590

ISBN-13: 9780007314591

Edition: 2010

Authors: Rachel Allen, Amanda Lamb, Tom Parker Bowles, Matt Tebbutt, Matthew Fort

List price: $16.99
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Market Kitchen, the flagship daily UKTV food programme, is essential viewing for anyone who wants to create mouth-watering meals using the freshest seasonal ingredients. And now, the most delicious recipes from the star presenters and their guests are together in one fantastic collection.Some of the most exciting names in British cooking are here: Market Kitchen presenters Rachel Allen, Mathew Fort, Matt Tebbutt and Tom Parker Bowles plus Tana Ramsay, Sophie Grigson, Diana Henry and John Burton Race, to name just a few. All share a passion for sourcing the best produce available… without breaking the bank.Every recipe has been tried and tested during the filming of Market Kitchen and…    
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Book details

List price: $16.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited
Publication date: 2/4/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 192
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

Rachel Allen is a busy TV chef, mother, and teacher at the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. She is the author of five cookery books, including bestsellers "i"Rachel's Favourite Food at Home, Rachel's Food for Living"/i" and "i"Bake"/i". Her extremely popular cooking programmes have been broadcast on RTE, the BBC, and also internationally.Rachel lives in County Cork with her husband Isaac, their two sons and baby daughter, and their dog Buddy.

Amanda Lamb is a professional television journalist withnbsp;23 years of experience. She covers the crime beat for an award-winning CBS affiliate in the southeast. Amanda is also the author of six books, a wife, and the mother of two little girls.nbsp;She received her undergraduate degree from Duke University and her master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

Matthew Fort has worked on the food pages of the Guardian for more than ten years. He also writes for the Observer, Esquire, Country Living, Decanter and Waitrose Food Illustrated and appears as a judge on BBC2's Great British Menu. One of Matthew's greatest passions is Italy, which he visits every year. Sweet Honey, Bitter Lemons is his fifth book.