Relaxed Cooking With Curtis Stone

Publisher details

Relaxed Cooking With Curtis Stone
Author
Curtis Stone
Publisher
Random House Australia
Genre
Cookbook
Released
02 November, 2009

Synopsis

Australian chef Curtis Stone, host of US TV's hit Take Home Chef and regular judge on Channel 10's ratings-busting Masterchef, is best known for his laid-back approach to cooking.Though he's worked as head chef in several Michelin-starred London restaurants, some of his most memorable meals are the ones he's shared with friends at home. Now, Curtis shows you how to have as much fun in the kitchen as your guests are sure to have over a comfortable, unforgettable meal.In Relaxed Cooking With Curtis Stone, you'll find everything from ‘First Thing in the Morning' bites and ‘Brunches to Blow Their Minds to ‘Weekend Lunches' and ‘Something to Eat on the Sofa'. With the home cook in mind, Curtis avoids off-putting culinary lingo and hard-to-find ingredients and gives you a bunch of recipes that are fast, fresh and easy. Curtis picks what's in season and just around the corner.This down-to-earth approach results in wonderfully interesting and flavourful taste combinations that are perfect for parties or just hanging out with a close friend or loved ones.
Curtis Stone
About the author

Curtis Stone

Curtis's food philosophy places an emphasis on fresh, local, seasonal produce (with a nod to sustainable development and ethical farming practices), exploration of different food cultures, and the ability of food to bring family and friends together. For Curtis it is about the total cooking experience - bringing confidence to the kitchen and happiness to the table.Curtis Stone is currently the host of Arena's Top Chef Masters and the Discovery Channel's Around the World in 80 Plates. Born in Melbourne, Stone honed his skills in London at Cafe Royal under legendary three-star Michelin chef Marco Pierre White, and at Mirabella and the revered Quo Vadis. Curtis now lives in Los Angeles with his family.

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