Following on the success of Tender and Ripe, this companion to the bestselling Kitchen Diaries is a beautiful, inspiring chronicle of a year in food from beloved food writer Nigel Slater.
Britain’s foremost food writer returns with his quietly passionate, idiosyncratic musings on a year in the kitchen, alongside more than 250 simple and seasonal recipes. Based on Slater’s journal entries, Notes from the Larder is a collection of small kitchen celebrations, whether a casual supper of grilled lamb, or a quiet moment contemplating a bowl of cauliflower soup with toasted hazelnuts. Through this personal selection of recipes, Slater offers a glimpse into the daily inspiration behind his cooking and the pleasures of making food by hand, such as his thoughts on topics as various as the kitchen knife whose every nick and stain is familiar, how to make a little bit of cheese go a long way when the cupboards are bare, and his reluctance to share desserts.
About the Author
Nigel Slater is the author of several international bestselling cookbooks, including <i>Real Fast Food</i> and <i>Real Desserts</i>, and has won six Glenfiddich awards for his writing and art direction. He is the food correspondent for <i>The Observer</i> and the host of an award-winning television series, <i>Real Food</i>.
Paula Pryke runs a successful flower business with a reputation for innovative floral designs. Originally trained as a teacher, she has a flower school in London. Her work has been featured in all the leading magazines and she has been described by "Harpers and Queen" as the florist of the nineties. Paula Pryke Flowers is based at 20 Penton Street, London N1 9PS, England.
Jonathan Lovekin is a photographer whose work is highly respected and sought after by a wide range of clients. In addition to advertising campaigns, he has also been commissioned to produce editorial photographs for magazines such as "The World of Interiors" and "Harpers and Queen."
“Few cooks describe flavors better, or with more charm.”
—Wall Street Journal
“Not only is Nigel Slater one of the greatest living food writers, he’s also the ultimate urban gardener.”