Second Helpings of Roast Chicken

Second Helpings of Roast Chicken Second Helpings of Roast Chicken takes forty seven of Simon Hopkinson s favourite ingredients as a starting point There is a section on apples with a perfect apple tart recipe a section on curry reci

  • Title: Second Helpings of Roast Chicken
  • Author: Simon Hopkinson
  • ISBN: 9780091912321
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Second Helpings of Roast Chicken takes forty seven of Simon Hopkinson s favourite ingredients as a starting point There is a section on apples with a perfect apple tart recipe, a section on curry recipes with Constance Spry s original Coronation chicken salad dressing and a section on duck, with recipes for Braised duck with peas and classic Roast duck and apple sauce ThSecond Helpings of Roast Chicken takes forty seven of Simon Hopkinson s favourite ingredients as a starting point There is a section on apples with a perfect apple tart recipe, a section on curry recipes with Constance Spry s original Coronation chicken salad dressing and a section on duck, with recipes for Braised duck with peas and classic Roast duck and apple sauce There are also recipes for Pear and ginger sponge, a good Waldorf salad, Armenian lamb pilaf, Baked whole plaice with lemon butter sauce and what is, quite simply, the best Bloody Mary.Roast Chicken and Other Stories was voted the most useful cookbook of all time by Waitrose Food Illustrated and also won the Andre Simon and Glenfiddich awards Second Helpings of Roast Chicken will provide new inspiration the many fans of Simon Hopkinson s sensible, practical, creative approach to cooking and love of good food, prepared to please rather than simply impress.

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    134 thoughts on “Second Helpings of Roast Chicken”

    1. As with his first book, I found Hopkinson's tone (and illustrations) charming. I did not, however, want to run out and cook many of the recipes.


    2. I think Simon Hopkinson could write a sexy book about merely a glass of water as well. Here he does much more. This book is flawless entertainment with no strings attached. It would be the case with no any recipes attached, too. The effortless, easygoing yet very distictive attitude of the book made it absolutely unnecessary for all the usual, fancy-cookbook features to be included, such as breathtaking photography or a sumptous edition. The style of the narrative is so strong and capturing that [...]


    3. I love this writer and his strong opinions (and his recipes). He writes with such passion and enthusiasm and sometime vitriol for ingredients and preparations. I feel like I learn a lot. Or at least feel more able to voice my strong opinions.(Ok, fine, I'll start: I will probably refuse outright things with cantaloupe, honeydew melon, strong anise scents, celery [on its own, raw, especially unpeeled], and dill. But please give me more of pomegranate, veal, lemon, raw meat and fish [or, if you're [...]


    4. This book is gorgeously put together. I love theformat, the watercolor illustrations, and the idea of featuring some thing--a spice, an ingredient, a vegetable. Salt, curry, chicken, cabbage. These are all brilliant, and maybe I should have read his first book first--I didn't realize that I was reading his second book, or that he had a first book that had a lot of critical acclaim until I was well into the second book--one of my holiday house guests, a man I would trust implicitly with both my r [...]


    5. Read it in dribs and drabs. His tone is too arch to take in one long read, but if you read a chapter or two a day, it can be very funny. That being said, I will never cook anything from this book, and that has to be at least a mild criticism of a tome that is at least a cookbook. But try his essays. You will know fairly quickly if Simon Hopkinson is your cup of tea. Or Filet of Sole. Or . . .




    6. And even more guilty pleasures, I love cookbooks--this is a good one, good stories, good recipes, good prose. I like to read about food while I eat




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