‘People who love to eat are always the best people’ – Julia Child
Nothing brings people together like a great, home-cooked meal. But preparing dinner every night can become a chore, a boring routine that takes all the joy out of cooking. (And as yummy as it is, there’s a limit to the number of times you can eat Spaghetti Bolognese). The wonderful new cookbook delicious.daily will change all that by shaking up your repertoire and bringing back the joy to your everyday cooking – and eating.
With 101+ simply brilliant twists on classic recipes, there’s hacks to make every dish quicker, easier to prepare, and more delicious. Meals will suddenly be more fun to make – and more flavoursome. Embracing all the popular trends, delicious.daily salutes meat-free Monday with vegetarian meals that the most enthusiastic meat-lovers will enjoy. Always found pastry tricky? There’s the easiest-ever pizza dough you will ever make, great tips on successful pastry-making and some simple tricks that will make your week in the kitchen much easier.
For the time when the weekend draws near and you begin to run out of steam, delicious.daily has great recipes for one-pot meals, meaning zero hassle with little prep and even less cleaning up. There’s nourishing, great tasting broths and some nifty ideas for that dreaded ‘bring-a-plate’ invitation. And last but never least, clever desserts using simply a bowl and a spoon.
Love salty and sweet? The honey & pear cake recipe in delicious.com looks amazing – and easy. Instead of the same old lemon delicious, think lemon & coconut delicious pudding. There’s wellness juices, an easy chicken pho, marinades to give meals a lift, roasted prawns with Greek salad, divine looking baked gnocchi, fab salads, irresistible morning tea slices and some make ahead breakfasts that will give you a great start to your day minus the mess and hassle.
Whether it’s to give you and your cooking a delicious lift – or as a great gift for someone at Xmas – delicious.daily is a must-have for every home cook.
‘If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.’ J.R.R. Tolkien.