Notes from a Small Kitchen Island: Recipes and Stories from the Heart of the Home

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Price
$50.00  $46.50
Publisher
Michael Joseph
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
6.9 X 9.5 X 1.1 inches | 2.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780241504673

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About the Author
Debora Robertson is a journalist, writer and editor specialising in all matters domestic, from food, homes and gardens to modern manners, dogs and decluttering. She regularly writes for national newspapers and magazines, including The Daily Telegraph, Delicious magazine, Sainsbury's magazine, The Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Independent, Country Life and BBC Good Food.
Reviews
Wonderful. Charmingly miscellaneous in structure, the book is jam-packed with useful tips . . . It celebrates the joy of home cooking, and shows how small tweaks can make a dish stand out--Telegraph

My idea of the perfect cookbook . . . You want to make every single thing in it . . . Utterly delicious. Reading the book feels exactly like sitting in the kitchen, chatting cosily to a friend while she makes exactly the food you want to eat and dispenses excellent tips--India Knight, Sunday Times

Foodies will love this joyful cookbook full of must-try recipes and funny anecdotes--Good Housekeeping

This sumptuous collection of recipes is at once wildly aspirational and fully down-to-earth. Robertson is like a brilliant aunt - no nonsense, funny, acerbic - so you know the recipes from a life split between London and the Languedoc will work--Great British Food, '10 of the Best Cookbooks of 2022'

I want to eat every single recipe in this book - even the two for dogs!--Nigella Lawson

I am so greedily impatient for this book. I want to read it. I want to cook from it.--Nigella Lawson

Nobody else writing about food in this country has a voice like Debora Robertson's. She is sharp, witty and warm.--Diana Henry

Debora's food knowledge is exceptional. Her understanding of the food world, writers, cookbooks, chefs and producers, is encyclopaedic. On top of that she's genuinely lovely!--Tom Kerridge

Debora Robertson is that rare thing: a food writer who combines wit and wisdom.--Lisa Markwell, Food Editor, The Sunday Times

Debora is the real deal - a proper home cook, writing for home cooks.--India Knight, Columnist and Author