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Real Fast Food

Nigel Slater

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ISBN 13: 978-159020-981-3
Trim Size: 6 x 9 1/4

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For those who would rather be eating than cooking, everything from simple snacks to dinner-party desserts, by the "genius!" (Jamie Oliver) of simple cuisine.

Nigel Slater is one of the world's most acclaimed food writers. Winner of the Glenfiddich trophy and twice winner of the BBC food Personality of the year award, he has had an enduring effect on cooking and helped bring to prominence a new generation of charismatic, unpretentious chefs, including Jamie Oliver and Rachael Ray. His down-to-earth style and infectious enthusiasm have won him a loyal following both here and in the UK, where his books have been number-one bestsellers and where he is the Observer's food writer. imagine shredded basil leaves stirred into buttery mashed potatoes and a slice of pork pan-fried with fennel, followed by a juicy white peach sliced and dropped into chilled white wine. that's Nigel Slater's fast food! Real Fast Food is the ultimate modern-day cookbook, filled with recipes for everyone who enjoys delicious home-style cooking.

"His writing could not be more palate-cleansing . . . his acidic riffs put you in mind of Nick Hornby, Martin Amis and Philip Larkin all at the same time." --The New York Times

"One of the greatest living food writers." --Bon Appetit

"No one has their finger so firmly on the pulse of modern cooking." --Time Out

Nigel Slater is the author of bestselling books including Real Fast Food, Real Fast Desserts, Appetite, and The Kitchen Diaries. He writes a column for the Observer, and is the author of the award-winning memoir Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger.

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