Nadine Abensur was born in Morocco to French-Jewish parents. She worked in restaurants around the world before setting up her own vegetarian catering company, Culinary Arts, which soon acquired a famous clientele ranging from Paul and Linda McCartney to Annie Lennox. For five years, she was the Food Director of Cranks. Nadine now divides her time between London and Australia, where she runs cookery courses and writes for magazines including BBC Good Food and Delicious. Richard Corrigan is an award-winning Irish chef and TV presenter. He has opened numerous restaurants, including Corrigan's Mayfair and Michelin-starred Lindsay House in Soho, and has been crowned winner of the Great British menu three times. His passion for locally-sourced seasonal food led him to Cranks, where he has created a new range of delicious slow-rise loaves.
This is vegetarian food at its most inviting. Instead of cliches, this is full of exciting, tasty recipes - DAILY EXPRESSThe new face of vegetarian cooking . . . bold, bright and beautiful - COSMOPOLITANAbensur's recipes emphasise healthy eating without any sacrifice in taste - TIMES MAGAZINE