Marie Claire: 10 Years of Great Food

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Murdoch Books Pty Limited, 2012 - Cookbooks - 400 pages
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In this book, Michele Cranston presents ten years of great food from the Marie Claire magazine. She takes you on a journey that will transport you from an alfresco table in summer through to a wintery afternoon of comfort food. Along the way you will experience the fresh seasonal flavours that have always been associated with Marie Claire recipes. Simple, innovative and inspiring, this book brings together over 250 of Michele's favourites from Lemon and thyme lamb cutlets and Chicken and baby fig tagine to Summertime pavlova and Chocolate mousse cake. Layered with anecdotal tales and memories, this book captures her passion and talent that form the core of these enticing recipes.

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About the author (2012)

Michele Cranston has been cooking and styling food for more than twenty years, in a career that has included working in as a chef in various restaurants, setting up an acclaimed cafe, cooking creatively for a food production company in London and writing about food. Michele originally trained as a visual artist but her love of food soon took her to the world of restaurants and food media. She was the food editor at Marie Claire for 5 years and has ten Marie Claire cookbooks under wing. Michele's unique style demonstrates a love of fresh, clean flavours, crisp textures and a strong sense of colour and design.

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