Nigel Slater’s Real Food

by Nigel Slater

ISBN-10: 1841151440
ISBN-13: 9781841151441
Region: British
Publication Date: September, 2009
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Recipe Index

Recipesort icon Page Rating
A Good Chocolate Sauce 287
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A Really Good, Simple Chicken Supper 82
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A Rough, Garlicky, Country Terrine 168
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A Sweet, Shiny Chocolate Sundae Sauce 288
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Affogato Al Caffé 260
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Alastair Little’s Chicken with Forty Cloves of Garlic 167
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Alastair Little’s Ricotta E Spinaci Rotolo 229
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Alastair Little’s Salsicce E Peperoni 124
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An Old-Fashioned Milky Vanilla Ice 243
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Aromatic Pork Ribs with Melting Potatoes 32
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Baked Cheese-Filled Vine Leaves 208
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Baked Chicory with Parmesan 147
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Baked Goat’s Cheese in Pastry 210
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Baked Lemon and Vanilla Cheesecake 234
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Baked Plaice with Parmesan Crumbs 220
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Baked Potatoes with Basil and Parmesan 52
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Baked Potatoes with Pancetta and Gorgonzola 53
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Baked Potatoes with Smoked Haddock and Mustard 55
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Banana Ice-Cream with Brandy Snap Wafers 244
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Best-Ever Mash 40
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Browned Onion and Madeira Gravy 117
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Camembert Baked in the Box 206
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Cauliflower Cheese and Mustard Soup 214
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Celeriac and Potato Cake 48
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Cheese Mash 44
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Chicken and Sweetcorn Chowder with Smoked Sausage 78
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Chicken Braised with Chicory and Crème Fraîche 80
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Chicken Satay Sandwich 187
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Chicken with Roast Onion and Thyme Gravy 86
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Chicken with Vermouth, Tarragon and Cream 79
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Chips 35
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Chips and Béarnaise 37
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Chips and Roast Chilli Sauce 38
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Chips with Aïoli 36
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Chocolate and Vanilla Ice-Cream Croissants 195
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Chocolate Apple Betty 292
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Chocolate Cornflake Cakes 315
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Chocolate Espresso Cake 309
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Chocolate Toblerone Sauce 289
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Chocolate Truffles 280
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Chocolate-Coated Truffles 284
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Classic French Potato Salad 63
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Coq Au Riesling 76
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Creamy Roast Chicken Risotto 75
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Crisp Fish with Garlic, Chilli and Basil 160
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Croissants with Caramelized Apples and Caramel Ice-Cream 270
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Crushed Potatoes with Roast Tomatoes and Balsamic Vinegar 54
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Deep-Fried Ice-Cream and Mincemeat Parcels 266
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Double Cheese Mash 44
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Fatty Pork and Lentils 113
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Flageolet Salad 152
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Fried Chicken Sandwich 70
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Fruit Crumble Cheesecake 235
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Garlic Scallops 155
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Goat’s Cheese Tarts 213
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Greek Fish Soup with Orange and Courgette 158
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Green Chicken Curry 100
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Grilled (or Fried) Chicken with Chilli, Lemon and Mint 96
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Grilled Aubergine Salad 148
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Grilled Lemongrass Chicken 74
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Grilled Marinated Lamb 166
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Grilled Mustard and Herb Chicken 72
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Grilled Oysters with Cream and Parmesan 216
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Grilled Plums with Blackberries, Mascarpone and Brown Sugar 232
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Gruyère and Tarragon Soufflé 224
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Hot Chocolate Pudding 291
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Hot Fish and Chip Salad 58
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Hot Ice-Cream Pudding 262
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Hot Mozzarella Focaccia 191
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Leek and Blue Cheese Soup 215
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Leek and Taleggio Risotto 223
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Lemon and Sheep’s Yoghurt Ice-Cream 246
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Lime Mascarpone Sorbet 250
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Mushroom and Potato Pie 30
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Mushroom and Spinach Korma 150
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Nigella Lawson’s Chorizo with Potatoes 123
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Nigella Lawson’s Fig Ice-Cream 248
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Nigella Lawson’s Hot Mushroom Sandwich 188
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Nigella Lawson’s New York Cheesecake 233
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Nigella Lawson’s Pea and Garlic Soup 149
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Nigella Lawson’s Sticky Chocolate Pudding 290
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No-Cook Chocolate Cake 314
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Oyster Mushrooms with Roasted Garlic 142
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Parmesan Garlic Bread 138
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Parsley and Mustard Mash 42
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Pasta with Four Cheeses 222
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Pasta with Spicy Sausage, Basil and Mustard 118
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Pears with Florentine Cream 296
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Peter Gordon’s Chicken Buckwheat Noodle, Garlic and Coriander Laksa 71
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Peter Gordon’s Grilled Scallops with Sweet Chilli Sauce and Crème Fraîche 156
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Peter Gordon’s Mascarpone, Gorgonzola and Poached Pear Salad 217
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Peter Gordon’s Muffaletta 190
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Peter Gordon’s Sweet Potato, Rosemary and Garlic Mash 45
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Peter Gordon’s Tamarind Ice-Cream 249
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Pink Grapefruit Sorbet 251
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Pork with Cashews, Lime and Mint 164
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Pork with Mushrooms and Garlic 162
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Potato and Smoked Mackerel Dauphinoise 18
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Potato Cakes 163
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Potato Cakes with Pancetta and Cheese 219
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Potato Pizza 22
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Prawns with Garlic 157
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Prosciutto and Fontina Pastries 182
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Rarebit Puffs 209
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Raspberry Chocolate Sundae 258
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Roast Chicken Drumsticks with Honey and Orange 94
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Roast Chicken with Basil and Lemon 89
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Roast Chicken with Tarragon Juices 87
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Roast Duck with Marsala Gravy and Potato Stuffing 28
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Roast Garlic Pureé 134
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Roast New Potato Salad 62
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Roast Pepper Salad 144
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Roast Potatoes 46
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Roasting Garlic 133
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Roquefort and Mushroom Pancakes 225
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Rowley Leigh’s Cauliflower & Ricotta Salad with Radishes, Olives, Parsley & Lemon 228
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Rowley Leigh’s Hot Chocolate Soufflé 294
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Sausage and Potato Pie 120
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Sausages and Onion Sauce 122
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Seasoned Olives 137
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Slow-Fried Potatoes with Thyme and Taleggio 26
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Spiced Indian Chicken Baguette 178
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Steak Sandwich 184
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Stove-Top Dauphinoise with Pancetta and Rocket 20
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Summer Berry Mascarpone Sandwich 196
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Summer Pudding Crème Fraîche Sorbet 254
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Thai Spiced Chicken Wings 95
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The Chip Butty 39
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The Perfect Baked Potato 50
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Toad 114
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Toasted Chocolate Panettone Sandwich 194
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Toasted Smoked Mackerel Sandwich 175
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Tom Yam Gai 69
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Warm Potato, Spinach and Parmesan Salad 57
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White Bean Sausages with Anchovy Mayonnaise 126
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White Chocolate Cardamom Mousse 300
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Publishers Information

About Nigel Slater’s Real Food

Publisher Web Link: http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/

‘Real Food’ is Nigel Slater’s ground-breaking classic, a much-loved introduction to his inimitable easy style. Reissued alongside his forthcoming memoir, its focus is on the food that Nigel is passionate about, and these recipes are inspiring and accessible, ideal for the home cook.

Since it’s publication in 1998, which tied in with his first TV series, stylish and innovative ‘Real Food’ has become the essential food book to have, both on the kitchen shelf and (qualified by his fanmail) on the bedside table. From sausages to ice cream, potatoes to garlic, the book covers Slater’s indispensable signature dishes – the ones you wouldn’t be without for love or money. Based on Nigel Slater’s absolute favourite food, whether it be The Stickiest Ever Chicken Wings or Baked Goat’s Cheese and Pesto in Filo Pastry, Smoked Mackerel Dauphinoise or the classic Bacon Butty, this classic has gone a long way in at last creating a nation of food lovers. In typically unpretentious style, Nigel finds good things to make using mass produced white bread to the finest Italian loaves, or with standard English confectionery to real chocolate made from cocoa solids. These recipes are still up-to-the-minute, accessible and inspiring. With Nigel’s unerring understanding of flavours, irresistible, simple recipes, and passionate lively writing, this attractive reissue edition proves that ‘REAL FOOD’ deserves its place on everyone’s kitchen shelf.

(http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/)

Author Information

About Nigel Slater

Author Web Link: http://www.nigelslater.com/

NIGEL SLATER is a cook who writes. He has been the food columnist for The Observer for seventeen years and is presenter of BBC1’s Simple Suppers. Author of seven cookery books, including Appetite and The Kitchen Diaries, his latest book is the two-volume Tender (Autumn 2010). The film of his childhood memoir Toast is currently in post-production and due to be shown later in the year.

Author, columnist and broadcaster, he remains very much an amateur cook. Nigel is not a chef. His food is understated, straightforward home cooking that is easy to accomplish and without a trace of what he affectionately calls ‘celebrity cheffery’. He is not fond of fussy food and prefers simple suppers made with care and thought. He believes that making something good to eat for your self or for others can lift the spirits in the way little else can.

“There is something quietly civilizing about sharing a meal with other people. The simple act of making someone something to eat, even a bowl of soup or a loaf of bread, has a many-layered meaning. It suggests an act of protection and caring, of generosity and intimacy. It is in itself a sign of respect.”

In November 2009 Nigel was presented with the award of Food Personality of the Year at the BBC Food and Farming Awards by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and was recently awarded an honorary degree (Master of Letters) from the University of Wolverhampton.

Nigel is currently working on the second series of BBC 1’s Simple Suppers and continuing his long-running weekly column for the Observer. A major BBC film of his autobiographical novel Toast is now in post-production for showing later in the year. Simple Suppers has just been awarded the Guild of Food Writers Television Programme of the Year, and Nigel has been named as The Good Housekeeping Institute Television Cook of the Year. (http://www.nigelslater.com/)

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