Author(s): Stevie Parle
The easiest way to make your cooking exciting - over 100 delicious spice-laced recipes from Channel 4's brand new primetime cookery series Stevie Parle and Emma Grazette are on a mission to spice up Britain's kitchens and demystify the treasures hidden away in our cupboards. They have been on an incredible spice trip to all corners of the world to discover the secrets of six essential everyday spices and poured the best recipes, therapies and mementoes from their journey onto the pages of this book for us all to take home and use. While there are some recipes to throw up a challenge to the hardiest of chilli fans, these spice-infused dishes appeal to all tastes. Some are hot, some sweet, some subtle, and they're all special and really easy to cook. And as well as exploring the culinary uses of each spice, Emma also reveals their therapeutic value through the secrets she discovered from the incredible people she met on her journey. With over 100 thoroughly tested recipes, therapies and photography from an incredible journey, let Spice Trip transform your cooking and your life from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
Put some spice in your life with over 100 simple recipes, quick blends and beneficial therapies using chilli, nutmeg, cloves, cinammon, cumin and pepper.
Stevie Parle owns Dock Kitchen restaurant in Notting Hill. Previously he worked at The River Cafe, Moro, The Spotted Pig in New York and Salt in Tokyo. Stevie has achieved huge critical acclaim for his creative yet unpretentious and exceptionally delicious cooking. Stevie was Observer Young Chef of the Year 2010, has published two cookery books and writes a weekly column for the Daily Telegraph. Emma Grazette is head development chef at The Spicery in Bath, which supplies spices, blends and recipe boxes to Britain's top restaurants and chefs including The Fat Duck, Rick Stein, Hibiscus, Ottolenghi, Moro, Atul Kochhar, Sat Bains and thousands of home cooks. Emma creates exciting new recipes, spice blends, teas and beauty products from around the world, blogs, writes and organises pop up restaurants in Bath.