Coming Home: With Over 150 Easy to Make Recipes from Return of the Chef

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Januar 2005



"French Leave" followed John Burton Race and his family to the south of France. The result was an intriguing mix of the chaos of family life with one man's determination to find his culinary roots. What emerged from that year was a man with a different outlook on life. His family now mean even more to him and he has finally decided to turn his back on the two-star Michelin world he inhabited--for good. John and the family are moving back to rural Devon so he can run a small hotel and restaurant. No more chasing Michelin stars, this will be family foods that anyone can cook using fresh ingredients from the surrounding area.


John Burton Race was born in Singapore in 1957. His career has spanned sous chef at Les Manoir Quat' Saisons, Oxford and head chef and manager of Le Petit Blanc, Oxford. John's own restaurants, L'Ortolan in Berkshire and The Landmark in London followed, acquiring two Michelin stars within the first year of trading. John now runs The New Angel in Dartmouth, previously Joyce Molyneux's legendary restaurant, The Carved Angel. The restaurant opened to acclaim in May 2004.


"'Burton Race is one of Britain's brightest talents.' " The Independent Magazine "'Along with Gordon Ramsay, one of the most talented British chefs at the moment.' " Food and Drink, BBC2 "a feast of simple yet effective dishes" Everything France "Among the hundreds of recipes are some true gems. The chapter on fish is particularly imaginative; Butterfly Blackened Mackerel with Herb Mayonnaise, Grilled Red Mullet Fillets with Rosemary Cream Sauce and Fillets of Lemon Sole with Cockles and Parsley are all so tempting you'll want to make them right away." Waterstones Books Quarterly
EAN: 9780091901639
ISBN: 0091901634
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: EBURY PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2005
Seitenanzahl: 224 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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