Tana Ramsay’s Real Family Food

Tana Ramsay’s Real Family Food

Tana Ramsay

ISBN
9780007259342
Pub date
23/07/2009
Imprint
HarperCollins
Binding
Paperback
Format
A4 189x246mm
Extent
272 pages
Price
£14.99
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Book Overview


Tana Ramsay shows how easy it is to cook up real family food to satisfy the entire family. Working with simple recipes and basic ingredients, she shares her favourite family recipes for every occasion, from school night suppers and weekend breakfasts to birthday surprises and Halloween bites.

As a busy mother-of-four and the glamorous wife of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, Tana knows the challenges of pleasing everybody around the kitchen table – especially if you want your family to eat real, healthy food. With the help of her trademark easy-to-follow and mouth-watering recipes, Tana shows how to transform mealtimes with minimum fuss, and make real food something you all eat everyday – without spending hours in the kitchen.

Lavishly illustrated with over 100 recipes for every family occasion throughout the year, including:

• School-rush breakfasts, lunchtime bites and quick-fix dinners
• Lazy lunches, birthday surprises and family parties
• Summer picnics, Easter feasts and Christmas treats

About the author


Tana Ramsay is the bestselling author of Tana Ramsay's Family Kitchen and a former Montessori teacher. She lives with her husband, chef Gordon Ramsay, and their four young children, Megan, Jack, Holly and Matilda in their family home in London.

Reviews


  • “I really rate Tana Ramsay, she is the best female cook on telly at the moment … Tana has got her finger on the pulse.” Jamie Oliver (in The Sun, 11/9/07)
  • ‘Tana Ramsay’s recipe ideas for hard-pressed parents are so inspiring the even her celeb-chef husband Gordon should swear by them.’YOU magazine
  • ‘Tana Ramsay’s Family Kitchen will never fail to tempt. Destined to become a family classic.’GRAZIA magzine
  • ‘Tana Ramsay is whipping up a storm in the culinary world. Step aside Gordon, there’s a new celebrity chef in town.’JUNIOR magazine