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Clodagh's Suppers: Suppers to Celebrate the Seasons by Clodagh McKenna

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    The latest from Clodagh features seasonal recipes to celebrate with family and friends.

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  • ISBN 10 1909487996
  • ISBN 13 9781909487994
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  • Published Mar 12 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 208
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Kyle Books

Publishers Text


As Clodagh says, 'My biggest passion is to host suppers at my Coach House in London. Whether it's for friends, family or strangers, my heart fills with joy when I see everyone sat around my table enjoying my food. For me this is what cooking is all about; sharing a memorable moment together'. With Clodagh's expert advice and experience you too can create stunning suppers that take advantage of the best seasonal produce. Including the best ways to prepare, what to serve and her handy tips for finishing your meal in style the book covers:

  • Part 1 - how to create a well-balanced and delicious menu, writing your shopping lists and creating a beautiful table to set the scene
  • Part 2 - 120 recipes to take you through the year from Wild Garlic & Potato Soup to start a spring supper to autumnal comfort food like Roast Butternut Squash, Cashel Blue & Saffron Pappardelle and warming winter treats such as Marmalade Rice Pudding
  • Part 3 - ideas for easy nibbles to serve as soon as guests arrive, simple cocktails and even edible gifts to ensure everyone leaves with something to remember the evening by.


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