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Rustle Up

Author: Rhiannon Batten and Laura Rowe  

Rustle Up is a collection of micro recipes that promise good food without fuss - using simple ingredients, store-cupboard staples, basic kitchen equipment and knowhow these are light-work dishes to make your soul (and stomach) shine. Recipes so easy they've been memorised, like tiny culinary poems that you'll want to eat on repeat.

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Rustle Up is a collection of micro recipes that promise good food without fuss - using simple ingredients, store-cupboard staples, basic kitchen equipment and knowhow these are light-work dishes to make your soul (and stomach) shine. Recipes so easy they've been memorised, like tiny culinary poems that you'll want to eat on repeat.

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Rustle Up is a collection of micro recipes that promise good food without fuss - using simple ingredients, store-cupboard staples, basic kitchen equipment and knowhow these are light-work dishes to make your soul (and stomach) shine. Recipes so easy they've been memorised, like tiny culinary poems that you'll want to eat on repeat. This collection of micro recipes promises good food without fuss - using simple ingredients, store-cupboard staples, basic kitchen equipment and knowhow these are light-work dishes to make your soul (and stomach) shine. Multi-tasking recipes for solo post-work suppers, easy date-night dining, meals with mates and spur-of-the-moment family gatherings. Chapters include: Rise and Shine: Best breakfast and brunch dishes, eg a simple, locally-inspired twist on shakshuka that anyone can rustle up. On the Hop: Lunch should never be overlooked, whether you're using leftovers or cooking from scratch. From nourishing soups to no-cook mezze, these recipes fit the lunchtim bill perfectly. Around the Table: Shared meals around the kitchen table with family and friends. More laid-back assemblies than dinner parties, the dishes are comforting, life-affirming meals that need no special equipment or expert knowledge. Always Salad: Our favourite salads, from quick-pickles to add crunch and zing to a summery smooshed tomato salad and a warm coconut salad that's ideal for rebooting the senses. The Golden Hour: Whether it's the warm summer sunshine or a cosy autumnal evening, here are 3-ingredient cocktails and some moreish snacks to excite and inspire. Something Sweet: Simple desserts, sweet treats, #onebitepuddings and easy #weekdaybakes including plenty of gluten-free and nourishing low-sugar option. Recipes so easy they've been memorised, like tiny culinary poems, by their passers-on. Recipes, in other words, you'll want to eat on repeat.

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About the Author

Laura Rowe has been a food writer in the UK for more than a decade. A respected and trusted food authority, she is the London-based author of internationally acclaimed Taste: The Infographic Book of Food and her latest recipe book. She is also an active member of the food and drink social media community. You can follow what she's been cooking (and eating) at @lauraroweeats. Rhiannon Batten has been writing about travel, food, design and the outdoors for over two decades. After studying archaeology and anthropology at Oxford University, Rhiannon joined the travel desk of the Independent. Now based in Somerset, she is a regular contributor to Homes & Antiques, The Guardian and The Idler. @rhiannonbatten.

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Publisher
Harpercollins Publishers | Pavilion Books
Published
15th September 2022
Pages
176
ISBN
9781911682349
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