Eat: The Little Book of Fast Food

Eat: The Little Book of Fast Food Review

From the BBC One presenter and author of ‘The Kitchen Diaries’, this beautiful and easy-to-use book contains over 600 recipe ideas and is your essential go-to for what to cook every day.

Returning to the territory of Nigel’s bestselling ‘Real Fast Food’, ‘Eat’ is bursting with beautifully simple and quick-to-cook recipes, in a stylish and practical flexible format that’s easy to read and use anywhere.

Enjoy sizzling chorizo with potatoes and shallots; a sharp and fresh green soup; a Vietnamese-inspired prawn baguette; a one-pan Sunday lunch.

Covering everything from quick meals to share with friends to comfort food, ‘Eat’ is a new, and highly innovative, classic from Nigel Slater.

Title:Eat: The Little Book of Fast Food
Edition Language:English

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    Eat: The Little Book of Fast Food Reviews

  • Rebecca

    Post-cooking review:Nah mate, this is not a good cookbook. Nigel says the recipes are 'inspired by tweets' (which, firstly, sounds like pure wank) - is that a covert way of saying they haven't been pr...

  • Odette Corts

    Okay, so here is the problem. I love food. I love cooking food. But there are times when I want simple, fast, and delicious food because I don't have the energy to cook a 12 ingredient 20 step meal. F...

  • Dan

    Well, Slater definitely loves chorizo......

  • Nat

    I really liked the simplicity of the recipes in here. Most of them have very few ingredients, which makes the food quick to prepare. Some of the recipes aren't quite as simple as they seem, but I've e...

  • Cassandra

    ARC kindly provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I was attracted to this cookbook because the description advertised quick and easy meals. I'm a bit of a novice in t...

  • Karen Foster

    Nigel Slater is my absolute favorite food writer, cook, kitchen-gardener and all round food enthusiast. He has a way of waxing lyrical about the simplest of life's culinary pleasures and humblest ingr...

  • Sunil

    I've been a fan Nigel Slater for a while now. I believe he is more practical with his instructions and less of a pedant which is very welcome in a field dominant by pedants. This book is an extension ...

  • Jay

    ARC kindly provided by NetGalley on behalf of the publishers a simply presented cook book full of amazing dishes & delicious deserts...

  • Sarah

    Nigel Slater's love of food is contagious and it leaks into every page of this book. The recipes are generally simple and, of things I've made so far, tasty, without too many extraneous or hard to tra...

  • Lauren M

    Probably my most used cookbook. There are recipes I come back to time and time again, ones I have tweaked and adjusted over time and many I am yet to try. The recipes are simply written, assuming some...