The bestselling author of The Little Paris Kitchen shares over 100 joyful, seasonal recipes from her new Swedish kitchen.
After graduating from Central Saint Martin's College with a degree in Art and Design, British food writer Rachel Khoo moved to Paris to study p tisserie at Le Cordon Bleu cookery school. Rachel's TV series, The Little Paris Kitchen, was broadcast by the BBC and her beautiful tie-in cookbooks have been published around the globe. Rachel now lives in Sweden with her husband and baby, and travels the world working on a variety of projects. Her other books include The Little Paris Kitchen and My Little French Kitchen.
A joy to behold -- Yotam Ottolenghi
Perfect for a cosy night in with family. Rachel Khoo takes you through a year of Swedish dishes, from spring picnics and summer BBQs, to autumnal suppers and wintery treats * Aldo Zilli, Daily Express *
Rachel Khoo made a life-change when she left Paris and moved to Sweden for love. Now, having made the country her home she shares recipes and lifestyle tips from her new little Scandi Kitchen * Tatler *
Rachel Khoo's sharing the joys of simple, satisfying Swedish food. Mushroom toast with bacon and thyme, almond and lingonberry buns . . . What's Swedish for 'nom'? * The Sunday Telegraph *
Delicious and seasonal Swedish recipes . . . celebrating traditional fare, embracing local ingredients, exploring what the Swedes eat at home and offering her own fresh and stylish takes. * Evening Star *
Complete with stunning location and food photography, Rachel Khoo's new cookbook lets you in on the joys of Swedish cooking * RTE Guide *
Rachel Khoo's quest for balance has helped her to build a repertoire of recipes for life, as well as cooking * Healthy *
A Scandi summer . . . Rachel Khoo shares her favourite recipes to try at home * Good Food *
Rachel Khoo's Swedish summer recipes . . . Bestselling cookery writer shares her favourite dishes * Town and Country *
More than 100 delicious recipes with inspiration from spring picnics on the archipelago and barbecues at the summer cabin to dark snowy winters filled with gingerbread and gloegg * Coventry Telegraph *
A Swedish delight * Cambridge News *