Prue: My All-time Favourite Recipes

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Prue: My All-time Favourite Recipes, By Prue Leith. - Hardcover

Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith draws on a life-long passion for food with one hundred recipes from her own kitchen table.

Whether it’s Halibut with Green Linguine, Fast Roast Teriyaki Lamb or Slow-cooked Rat-a-tat-touille, these are delicious, fuss-free dishes that Prue has cooked countless times for family and friends.

Inside are quick-to-whip-up suppers and dinner party showstoppers that are as much a pleasure to cook as to eat. Expect firmly established favourites, lazy leftovers, meat-free meals, exciting new flavour combinations and fresh takes on classic dishes. There’s also a chapter of puds inspired by Prue’s time on Bake Off – every one guaranteed to be ‘worth the calories’.

This is Prue's first cookery book in twenty-five years, and she has woven intimate and witty stories from her life around many of the recipes. Celebrating the food we all want to make at home, Prue gives an unparalleled view into the cooking life and style of one of the nation’s best-loved cooks.

These are dishes everyone will love. (BBC Good Food)

From classic French gourmet cooking to up-to-date fusion food, economical fridge-forages and Bake Off-worthy puds in between, this book really does cover all angles … Every recipe is achievable for even the most basic of cooks and you’ll be preparing impressive dinner-party-worthy dishes in no time at all. (The Pool)

Prue has put a lifetime of expertise and knowledge into her cookbook ... From quick snacks to party showstoppers ... the book’s filled with food we all want to make at home. (Delicious Magazine)

This is a book no kitchen should be without. (Woman and Home)

These are fuss-free dishes for family and friends. (The i Newspaper)

Prue has dished up her first cookbook in 25 years. But boy, it's worth the wait as she dips into her six decades of cooking for this treasure trove of 100 recipes from her kitchen … not to mention wonderful stories from her foodie past. (Sunday Post)