An essential omnibus of the very best of Felicity Cloake's recipes, with tips on how to make anything from the perfect beef wellington to the perfect poached egg.
Felicity Cloake is a journalist and food writer from London. She's the food columnist for the New Statesman, and she writes the weekly 'How to Make the Perfect . . . ' columns in the Guardian. She was named Food Journalist of the Year and won the New Media of the Year Award at the 2011 Guild of Food Writers Awards. She is the author of Perfect, Perfect Too, Perfect Host and The A-Z of Eating.
The nation's taster-in-chief title belongs unequivocally to
Felicity Cloake * Daily Mail *
Brilliant . . . Finely honed culinary instincts, an open mind and a capacious cookbook collection . . . Miss Cloake has them all * Evening Standard *
An essential on your cookbook shelf * Woman and Home *
A gift for anyone who is learning to cook * Diana Henry, Sunday Telegraph *
Completely Perfect is aptly named! * Nigella Lawson *
A classic. The answer to a gazillion 'what shall I buy them for Christmas?' questions. Long may Felicity Cloake test 12 versions of one recipe so we can have one good one * Rachel Roddy *
There's a very good reason why the cover of this paperback looks so like your treasured old Penguins of Elizabeth David and Jane Grigson - Cloake's collection of brilliant master recipes deserves its place there * Tim Hayward, Financial Times *
Properly practical * Rachel Cooke *
A discursive, chatty, knowledgeable and didactic kaleidoscope of a book * Daily Mail *
Reading her thorough assessment of the other recipes is one of the biggest resources out there for anyone wanting to learn to become a better cook. An excellent gift for basically anyone who likes to cook * Elly Pear *