Stirring Slowly: Recipes to Restore and Revive
07 July 2016
Who's the author? Georgina Hayden is a food writer and stylist and a Jamie Oliver alumn.
What's it all about? Stirring Slowly is a book that covers every base. Whatever your day looks like, there's a recipe in Stirring Slowly that is perfect for you, whether it is a quick and comforting noodle bowl or a hearty slow-cooked pie. This book celebrates food's power to restore, revive and rejuvenate and the process of cooking, as much as the eating. For Georgie Hayden, it's not just about the food on your plate but how it got there, too.
Recipes we love: Roasted Cauliflower and Coconut Soup, Black Dhal and Caramelised Apple, Ricotta and Hazelnut Pancakes.
Good book for: Those who love to spend time in the kitchen. If you like coming back to the books on your shelf again and again, Stirring Slowly is for you as it's full of recipes that cater for every culinary whim and emotion.
You'll like it if: You enjoy both cooking and eating and love comfort food. These recipes are designed to nourish from the inside out.
Recipes from Stirring Slowly
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