Midnight Chicken (& Other Recipes Worth Living For)

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Midnight Chicken (& Other Recipes Worth Living For)

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Author: Ella Risbridger

Type: Paperback

ISBN: 9781526623898

Date: 31st December, 2020

Publisher: BLOOMSBURY

  1. Categories

  2. General Cookery And Recipes
  3. Health And Wholefood Cookery
  4. Memoirs

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_________________ Winner of the Guild of Food Writers General Cookbook Award 2020 _________________ 'A manual for living and a declaration of hope' - Nigella Lawson 'Beautiful, life-affirming memoir with recipes ... The most talented British debut writer in a generation' - Sunday Times 'Brave and moving ... as effective as a manual for life as it is as a kitchen companion' - Shamil Thakrar, co-founder of Dishoom _________________ There are lots of ways to start a story, but this one begins with a chicken. Because one night, Ella found herself lying on her kitchen floor, wondering if she would ever get up - and it was the thought of a chicken, of roasting it, and of eating it, that got her to her feet and made her want to be alive. Midnight Chicken is the story of Ella's life in a Tiny Flat, and the food she cooked there. From roast garlic and tomato soup to charred leek lasagne or burnt-butter brownies, she shares recipes that are about people, about love, about the things that matter every day. This is a cookbook-of-stories to make you fall in love with the world again. With a new afterword about life after The Tiny Flat. _________________ 'An utter treat' - Dolly Alderton 'Divine. Utterly totally perfect' - Charly Cox 'Generous, honest and uplifting' - Diana Henry 'So thoughtfully and poetically written' - Josie Long 'She cooks like a dream and writes like an angel' - Sarah Phelps 'She has found a way to write not just about food itself but, more importantly, about the darkness for which cooking can be a partial remedy' - Bee Wilson _________________

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