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Vibrant, bright and bursting with flavour, this is the definitive guide to the much-loved tomato.
Where would we be without the tomato? From South America, on through much of Europe, Northern Africa and Southern Asia, almost every culture and cuisine has found ways of making tomatoes their own. Fresh and also tinned, tomatoes have proved themselves to be an endlessly versatile ingredient, much loved by all. In Tomato, best-selling author and professional chef Claire Thomson offers up her best 80 recipes with tomatoes as star of the show.
From Burnt tomato salsa and Peach, tomato & feta salad, to Tomato beignets, Crab & tomato tart, and Lamb, tomato & black olive ragu, the gorgeous recipes will satisfy and delight. Celebrating juicy, seasonal produce at the height of tomato season, there are also dishes that work just as well (or better) with tinned tomatoes during the colder months, ensuring year-round feasting.
A fascinating cookbook for when you’re stuck with a glut, or simply if you want to explore new flavours and techniques, Tomato is a colourful and dynamic source of kitchen inspiration.
Camper Van Cooking offers 70 recipes and meal solutions that will make the road trip a breeze.
Life on wheels doesn't have to mean eating out of cans and packets: from the romance of fireside cooking, to cooking on one burner, through easy lunches, greedy brunches and leisurely picnics, and simple sweets and treats, there are so many inspiring options.
Chefs Claire Thomson and Matt Williamson have all the advice, tips and tricks you will need to plan the food for your trip, from essential equipment to basic store cupboard staples. The fabulous recipes include spinach and paneer curry, egg-fried rice, frying pan toad-in-the-hole, Spanish tortilla sandwiches, Bloody Mary prawn subs, toasted waffles with grated chocolate, one-pan fry-up, cherry chocolate mess, and raspberry ripple rice pudding.
Make your camper van feasts special with Camper Van Cooking and enjoy life on the wild side!
"You could cook non-stop from this book for, indeed, a year, without ever getting bored! With over 200 recipes, and with an expansive flavour palette, it is a boon for those in a cooking rut." – Nigella Lawson
"this book is very timely... and there are so many wantable dishes here... Among the dishes calling me are sausage and fennel focaccia rolls; squash baked with beer, cheese, cream and pretzels; and cherry Bakewell pudding." – Diana Henry, Telegraph
"What a beauty... imaginative, appealing recipes grounded in good sense... you can taste the experience, that these are lived recipes." – Rachel Roddy
"the one cook book you really need this autumn is this practical work from the ever-inventive Thomson" – Independent
"One of my tests of how much I am excited by a new cookbook is how many recipes I feel driven to mark with a Post-It note. With Home Cookery Year I suddenly realised I was Post-It noting nearly every page." – Bee Wilson
Home Cookery Year is the new essential kitchen bible, year-round and every day. Claire Thomson writes foolproof, imaginative recipes to please the whole family – as a professional chef and mum of three, she understands what it’s like to whip up tasty, crowd-pleasing dishes in minimal time at the end of a busy working day.
Wearing its seasonality lightly, with the emphasis on usefulness and practicality, Home Cookery Year offers mealtime solutions for:
- midweek emergencies
- cooking on a budget
- on a budget and storecupboard recipes
- salads and light lunches
- treat yourself (indulgent dishes for special occasions)
- celebration feasts
Every recipe you will ever need is in here, for every occasion, with twists on classics, and super ideas for jaded palates for young and old alike.
"Claire is a clever cook who writes recipes, which are useful, affordable and practical (not as easy as it sounds). This is a book filled with recipes which you WILL cook, new ideas and twists on old friends. Bravo Claire, a lovely book in every way." – Anna Jones
Most of us buy the same ingredients week in, week out, and cook the same old recipes. Cookery writer Claire Thomson wants to encourage people to ditch the boring chicken stir-fry, the all-too-predictable spag bol and dreary fish pie, and enliven their cooking and eating.
Claire takes our 10 favourite supermarket ingredients and reinvents them as modern classics. With sections on chicken, tomatoes, eggs, cheese, minced meat, pasta, potatoes, salad, lemon and chocolate, each chapter covers the basics about that ingredient, then offers recipes using each in ways that will brighten up mealtimes. Claire's cooking is simple yet imaginative, and her kitchen expertise and knowledge of flavour combinations mean that these dishes will become your new standby meals.
This is the new essential cookbook, a modern solution to the eternal question: "What shall I cook tonight?"
'This is going straight on the shelf by my cooker. Many people have tried to write a useful ‘store cupboard’ cookbook. Claire Thomson has succeeded.' – Diana Henry
‘A great cookery book. Congratulations.’ – Nigella Lawson
‘Hugely useful’ – India Knight, Sunday Times
‘A gem of a book’ – Cerys Matthews
‘All round culinary star, Claire Thomson, has a new book out and you definitely want to find a copy’ – Guardian COOK
‘I have been waiting for this, and it is, as I imagined, a practical joy.’ – Rachel Roddy
‘Chef Claire will have you reorganising your store cupboards with this ode to the larder, and learning you can’t go far wrong if you’ve got some tinned tomatoes stashed away.’ – Scotsman
The Art of the Larder presents 150 dishes that offer everyday meal solutions, all with storecupboard basics at their heart.
An organized, methodical and economical kitchen cupboard can be life-changing. Knowing that you can always have a simple, healthy, delicious meal at your fingertips will revolutionise the way you cook and shop.
Food writer Claire Thomson takes you through the essentials, from flours and grains, to pulses, pastas and spices, as well as dried fruits, nuts and seeds for instant dessert or breakfast solutions. By combining larder staples with a little fresh produce, you can enhance your dinner or just make a storecupboard supper from scratch.
With dishes including buckwheat crêpes, sour cherry and pistachio pilaf, firecracker noodles, Egyptian ful medames, date and semolina bars, and honey and nutmeg tea bread, The Art of the Larder is a vital cookbook in every kitchen.
Over 100 delicious recipes perfect for a busy family life. Make family meals fun again with this approachable guide to adventurous cooking.
Claire Thomson wants to revitalise cooking for the family – making it less of a chore, with separate meals for children and adults, and more of an enjoyable way to refresh your culinary imagination and make cooking for the family something to look forward to.
The book is divided into timescale sections: quick lunches and suppers that take around 10 minutes, 20 minute reliable recipes, savvy family stalwarts that take 40 minutes at most and unhurried and imaginative recipes that take between 45 minutes and an hour. National Trust Family Cookbook is packed with delicious and colourful recipes for lunches and suppers as well as healthy (and indulgent) breakfast ideas, lunchbox alternatives and food for Sunday roasts and summer barbecues. The dishes include yoghurt, lemon and cardamom chicken wraps, cold Vietnamese noodle salad, quick fish stew and pea and halloumi fritters, as well as smashed tomato toast and coconut, raspberry and lemon syrup loaf. Claire suggests alternative twists and substitutes so you can suit the ingredients to your family’s tastes and what you have in the cupboard – and suggests ways that the kids can get involved in the cooking.
As a mother and a chef, Claire gives real insight into what makes food appealing to all the family and how to shop, cook and eat as a family so that meal times are something for all the family to look forward to.
Faced with the daily challenge of what to cook for her three young children, chef and mum Claire Thomson made it her mission to inspire parents stuck in a teatime rut. Every day she makes a ‘proper’ tea, tweeting it at 5pm - from that her blog '5 O’clock Apron' was born and a popular Guardian column on cooking for children followed.
Claire wants to inspire other parents and invigorate the concept of family cookery. Cooking shouldn't be a chore, one meal for the grown-ups and another for the children. Claire's fresh, exciting meals are versatile and flavourful enough to please everyone around the table, encouraging parents to view food differently, to refresh their culinary imaginations and find real joy in cooking for their children.
Featuring sections on milk, bread, grains, pulses, rice, vegetables, fruit and fish, 5 O’clock Apron will engage and empower parents. Not just a recipe book, but a way of thinking about how to shop, cook, eat and celebrate as a family, Claire provides a unique insight, as both a mother and a chef, into what really makes food appealing for children.