Author(s): Sophie Dahl
Continuing where her hugely successful Voluptuous Delights left off, best selling author Sophie Dahl offers up a seasonal almanac of bountiful dishes alongside warm food-filled memories and musings. Taking a gastronomic journey through the seasons, from the Victorian Beeton era to a recent sodden Parisian evening, Dahl captures the smoke filled days of Autumn with a nostalgic Squash and Parmesan soup, the blooming warmth of an English garden in high summer with Grilled Peaches with Pistachios and Ricotta; and the burgeoning beginnings of Spring with a Butter Lettuce, Lobster and Crayfish Salad. Bursting with moreish yet nutritious recipes for budding foodies and seasoned gourmets alike, stunning photography and Sophie's delightfully quirky illustrations, this latest offering promises pleasure, indulgence and of course, simple, good food.
Praise for Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights: 'What a joy' Jamie Oliver 'A treasure trove of delightful anecdotes and rather naughty desserts' Nigel Slater 'utterly delicious!it's the little touches that make this cookbook stand out' Heat magazine 'this celebration of food means you'll never want to diet again' Marie Claire 'combines a love of food with a love of life!a perfect celebration of how we are what we eat' Red 'Beautifully shot and well written!a thoughtful book by an enthusiastic food fan' Oberver Food Monthly 'You'll find Miss Dahl and her stories an unbridled delight' **** London Lite 'Original and beautifully written cookery book!revealing a compassionate common sense about food that celebrates both the joy of eating and of life!' The Times 'Sophie proves that healthy meals can still be deliciously indulgent' Hello magazine 'Simple food, heartfelt reminisces and a good read rolled into one' Harpers Bazaar
Sophie Dahl was born in London in 1977 and began modelling in 1996 after being discovered by fashion maverick Isabella Blow. In 2003, her best-selling novella, The Man With the Dancing Eyes was published, followed by novel Playing With the Grown Ups in 2008, and finally her cookery book Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights. Dahl was the star of her own cooking series in March 2010 aired on BBC2, The Delicious Miss Dahl. Dahl has been published in American Vogue, the Guardian, the Telegraph Magazine, the Saturday Times, The Observer and The Spectator and is now a regular contributor to British Vogue. Dahl lives in England with her husband, jazz musician Jamie Cullum after an eight year sojourn in New York. They are expecting their first child.