Cooking for Chaps: Stylish, no-nonsense meals for the man about town Hardback
An essential guide for anyone wishing to cook delicious dishes in time-honoured fashion.
Gustav Temple, editor of The Chap magazine and gentleman about town, ensures that culinary magnificence is achieved in the most genteel and correct manner, whilst Clare Gabbett-Mulhallen leads you expertly through 100 recipes, with chapters covering Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, High Tea & Picnics, Dinner, Supper and Desserts & Savouries.
As well as being a treasure trove of advice for the modern gentleman, from how to lay a breakfast tray to appropriate picnic etiquette, Cooking for Chaps also sets out to re-educate men (and women) in the basic, fundamental arts of traditional British cookery.
Whether you want to impress your house guests with Devilled Kidneys for breakfast, dazzle a young lady with a romantic dinner of Venison with a Creamy Marsala Sauce, or prepare a sumptuous supper for one such as Cavalry Pate Mushrooms, this impressive tome is guaranteed to be the Jeeves to your Wooster.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 176 pages, colour photography and illustrations throughout
- Publisher: Kyle Books
- Publication Date: 25/09/2014
- Category: General cookery & recipes
- ISBN: 9780857832252