The Many Little Meals of Rose Bakery
Breakfast staples, light lunches and afternoon treats from Rose Bakery in Paris.
Breakfast, Lunch, Tea is the first cookbook by Rose Carrarini, who co-founded the much-imitated delicatessen Villandry in London in 1988, and now serves her signature simple, fresh and natural food at Rose Bakery, the Anglo-French bakery and restaurant in Paris. Rose holds a passionate philosophy that, “life is improved by great food and great food can be achieved by everyone.” Simplicity, freshness and the ability to choose the right things to cook are the keys to success and, with Rose’s guidance and recipes, perfection and pleasure are easily attainable.
This book includes recipes for over 100 of Rose Bakery’s most popular dishes, from breakfast staples such as crispy granola to afternoon treats, including sticky toffee pudding and carrot cake, as well as soups, risottos and other dishes perfect for a light lunch.
"The beloved Anglo-French bakery's hit cookbook." —InStyle Online
"A perfect marriage between French style and sensible English cooking." —The Independent
"Manages to convey the sense that baking a good cake and placing it on a counter, still warm, is a wonderful way to show love and make people happy." —The Guardian
"There's so much here you actually want to cook. Which is what food writing is all about." —Evening Standard
"So evocatively written and beautifully shot, you can almost sniff the delicious scent of baking as you leaf through the pages." —he Sunday Tribune (Ireland)
"...Fine compilation of rustic French foods." —Publishers weekly
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