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The Liverpool Cookbook


The Liverpool Cookbook

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    Available in PDF Format | The Liverpool Cookbook.pdf | English
    Trinity Mirror(Author)
You know what Liverpool sounds like now discover what it tastes like. With big-name chefs like Marco Pierre White and Jamie Oliver opening new venues in the area, Merseyside is fast becoming the food capital of the North. The Liverpool Cookbook has all the ingredients of a modern recipe book, but serves up so much more, wetting the appetite with a real taste of the vibrancy that has shaped the city as a diverse multi-cultural hotpot of flavours. Featuring recipes from the city s finest talents, including Paul Heathcote, Liz McClarnon Celebrity Masterchef Champion 2008, TV chef Simon Rimmer and Paul Askew of The London Carriage Works as well as a delicious signature pudding from Marco Pierre White himself there are dishes for every palate. From the farmers markets, generations of potted shrimpers, and Europe s oldest Chinese community, to Michelin-starred chefs, chocolatiers and the feeders of princes and prime ministers, this book is a culinary celebration of the world in one city. With over 100 recipes, plus cooking tips and stunning photography, this book is a must for anyone who loves food and loves Liverpool.
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  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Trinity Mirror(Author)
  • Trinity Mirror Media (1 Sept. 2010)
  • English
  • 2
  • Food & Drink
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  • By Miss Butland on 12 September 2010

    This is a lovely looking book with big photos and simply laid out pages. There are recipes from restaurants all over Liverpool and the Wirral, even has the Ximxim recipe which we've eaten before in Las Iguanas! Recipes are very simple and there's a good range of stuff that I haven't seen in other cookbooks. Brilliant gift for anyone who lives in Liverpool wanting to cook some local food with local ingredients and has got some nice interviews in too. Recipes don't seem so daunting and the photos really make you want to give it all a go.A must buy for anyone living in the North West who likes cooking.

  • By Jackie on 15 October 2011

    As an exiled Scouser, I was so excited to receive this book as a gift. Not only was it interesting in terms of the variety of cuisines available on Merseyside now, and informative as to the range of new restaurants that have opened, but the recipes are amazing too.Here's the "but"...Some of the recipes seem to be here to whet your appetite rather than follow - rather than just saying "add some vegetable stock" for example, I'd rather it told me exactly how much stock to add!Other than that, a lovely book which would be appreciated by anyone from Liverpool.

  • By Luis Nascimento on 31 December 2012

    I visited Liverpool this year and I saw how the city is much more than the city of the Beatles. It is a very cosmopolitan city and I realize that when we wander through their neighborhoods. The result could only give a graceful kitchen. So I wanted to get this book for me not forget the flavors of the places I passed, and I did not regret!

  • By BJ on 7 February 2011

    Superb book. A pleasure to read. Lovely illustrations. Bought one for myself and two for presents. Recipients loved it too.

  • By J. Burke on 12 August 2013

    I had very favourable comments from people I gave it to. It is a good advert for Liverpool restaurants and their recipies.

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