DISCOVER A NEW WAY OF EATING - FRESH, PURE FLAVOURS, DEDICATED TO SHARING AND HAPPINESS - WITH THE MUCH-ANTICIPATED FIRST COOKBOOK FROM BROTHER HUBBARD This book is about bringing a simple, exciting, creative influence to your kitchen - and discovering the happiness that comes with it. Leaning towards aspects of Middle Eastern and Southern Mediterranean food, The Brother Hubbard Cookbook captures those influences without feeling pigeon-holed or categorised - its emphasis is on flavour, colour, texture and creativity and on creating pure and nutritious food, often deceptively vegetarian and certainly wholesome.
Inside you will find favourite foods from the much-loved Brother Hubbard restaurant, the food they are asked about time and again, the recipes they are begged for: * Introduction (our story, our approach, our recipes) * The beginning of the day (breakfast) * The middle of the day (brunch, lunch and supper) * The late of the day (mains and sides) * Any time of the day (treats and drinks) * Supporting recipes * How to * Ingredients we use Having started off as a home cook with a dream, Garret Fitzgerald has written this book to encourage everyone to make and enjoy healthy, wholesome food. Written in a style that will inspire even the most reluctant cook to have fun and to create a dish of which they can be proud, this is food that demands to be shared, that will make you feel better - in both its preparation and its enjoyment. The book also tells the Brother Hubbard story, and their wonderful journey towards realising their own dream: adventures and happiness through cooking! 'I loved Brother Hubbard by day. I love its grown up nighttime brother. For under 40 a head with wine they're serving the kind of food I like to eat in the way I like to eat it.'
Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times 'I for one will be back, as this place sells the most glorious salads and cared-for sandwiches in town, not to mention the smiles and good vibes.' Edel Coffey, Irish Independent 'A very cool, very urban cafe.' The Wall Street Journal 'Brother Hubbard feels very much like a cool independent London or New York cafe and comparisons have already been made to Ottolenghi and Soho's Milkbar.' Irish Independent 'At the table: Everyone from barristers to hipsters, to middle-aged women to workmates.' Irish Independent 'Exhilarating food' Katy McGuinness, Irish Independent 'There is definitely something special about Brother Hubbard Cafe. From its owners and staff to its food and surroundings, there is a wholesomeness and an authenticity that is as rare as it is unique.' Sunday Independent 'What's on offer is my favourite type of food; a take on the flavours of the Middle East inspired by cooks like London-based Israeli Yotam Ottolenghi and British-Iranian Sabrina Ghaynour' Totally Dublin 'Garrett Fitzgerald and James Boland at Brother Hubbards in Capel Street have built up a fantastic reputation for their cafe cum deli.' Darina Allen, Irish Examiner