Latest Offerings from Quadrille, Classic Voices in Food

Some time ago I was sent two books from publishers Quadrille, not the normal show case of new talent or the formulaic seasonal TV recipe tie in from a sleb chef. No, the new series from the publishing house is rejuvenating old & unheard of classics, hence the name Classic Voices in Food I suppose. … Continue reading

Words of Advice ~ Jason Atherton

Yes, the title reads right, the former Maze chef Jason Atherton shares his words of advice with our readers. Although Mr Atherton needs no introduction, we’re going to do one anyway. Amongst his many claims to fame Mr Atherton was the first British chef to stage at the famed El Bulli restaurant, where it is … Continue reading

Kitchen Garden Companion, Stephanie Alexander ~ A book review

Every once in a while a book comes along which we just can’t put down. Stephanie Alexander’s Kitchen Garden Companion published by Quadrille Books, is just one such book. Whilst many chefs may call for books from their idols filled with food porn, which they can gleam slight insights as to how these talented individuals … Continue reading

Alice’s Cook Book, Alice Hart ~ A review

This is our 2nd review of the new range of cook books from publishing house Quadrille, called ‘New voices in Food‘ . Alice Hart was the youngest ever Food Editor at Waitrose Food Illustrated so you would probably be thinking that she has come from the more journalistic side of the catering industry ~ you’d … Continue reading

Real food from near & far, Stevie Parle ~ A review

So with a quick announcement on Twitter a few weeks ago, ‘New voices in food’ is a new range of cookbooks from up and coming talent. The obvious curiosity got the better of us and we were duly dispatched the first 2 copies from this new series, ‘Real Food from Near & Far’ by Stevie … Continue reading