Sydney Food

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Allen & Unwin, 2000 - Cookery - 192 pages
This book shows the way the people eat in Sidney - the fresh produce, the multicultural influences, the light-filled environments. Drawing on the talent of young Sydney chef, Bill Granger, 'Sydney food' takes the armchair traveller and the home cook on the taste tour of the city. Bill's food and restaurants are typicall of Sydney and have influenced the flavour of the beachside, urbain life.
 

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Bill Granger presents food that is visually appealing, relaxed, delicious, fresh and full of flavour. A self-taught cook, he runs the three Sydney landmark 'bills' restaurants. In addition to being the author of six best-selling cookbooks, Bill has been a contributor to many food publications in Australia and internationally. In 2004 Bill launched his debut television series 'bills food' on The Life-Style Channel. The series was acquired by the BBC in the UK and 22 other countries. A second series of 'bills food' premiered in late 2006 and has since screened internationally, and 'bills holiday', Bill's third TV series, screened on The Life-Style Channel in early 2009.

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