W&N Cookery HB March £20.00 208pp Full colour throughout 978 0 297 87160 6 eBook: £20.00 / 978 0 297 87161 3
BLANCHE VAUGHAN Egg The Very Best Recipes Inspired by the Humble Egg
A gorgeous collection of 90 recipes demonstrating simple and delicious ways to cook and eat eggs. This collection of recipes shows us how tasty and versatile eggs can be. Eggs have many health benefits and this unique recipe book includes all the basics for the perfect poached, scrambled and fried egg. From easy and fuss-free pancakes, soufflés, tarts and omelettes to cakes, curds and puddings, the potential for this nourishing ingredient is endless. This will be Blanche’s break-out title. She has a strong background in food having trained at the illustrious River Café, and has since cooked professionally in acclaimed restaurants Moro and St John. She is the author of In One Pot and co-wrote the popular low-calorie cookbook Itsu: The Cookbook. Blanche Vaughan is a respected chef and food writer. She is a prolific contributor to the Guardian online and her food has featured in the Independent. She has received great reviews for her recipes on The Great British Food Revival.
Location: London, SW7 Available for interview @blanchevaughan
W&N Non-Fiction / Cookery • March / April 2015
W&N Cookery HB April £16.99 224pp Full colour throughout 978 0 297 87087 6 eBook: £16.99 / 978 0 297 87088 3
ISABELLA BEETON, GERARD BAKER Mrs Beeton’s Homemade Sweetshop Favourite sweets from humbugs to caramels to make, give and enjoy
The complete guide to British confectionery by the original domestic goddess; Isabella Beeton. Isabella Beeton shows us how to create a little bit of Victoriana in the 21st century with her classic techniques and recipes. Fully updated for the modern kitchen, Mrs Beeton offers practical and useful advice on preserving, candying and drying. Recipes include Sherbet Fruit Drops, Salted Caramels and Rhubarb and Rose Turkish Delight. Isabella Beeton is considered one of the first cookery writers – her classic Book of Household Management was published in 1861. Interest in her life was reignited in the BBC drama The Secret Life of Mrs Beeton. Previous Mrs Beeton titles have sold over 4.5 million copies. Her books have never been out of print. Gerard Baker has written for The Times and BBC Good Food magazine. He has been a food contributor for the BBC’s national news network for over 12 years and was a food historian on The Hairy Biker’s Mum’s Know Best tour.
Location: Hull, East Yorkshire Available for interview www.gerardbaker.com @gerardbaker1