Social SuppersDe (autor) Jason Atherton
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 18 Jun 2014
‘Jason is one of the greats. He's the best of both worlds: the prowess of a Michelin-starred chef with accolades from every corner of the globe, but also the person you want to be preparing your Sunday supper.’ Thomas Keller More than 100 recipes make up this stunning yet eminently approachable collection of suppers from Jason Atherton: perfect meals to share with friends and family. It is not only a showcase of Jason’s favourite things to cook, both savoury and sweet, but also a celebration of the flavours and techniques that have inspired him from all around the world. Every dish bears the hallmark of excellence on which he has built his reputation as one of the world’s truly great and most innovative chefs. Beautiful, inspiring photography by John Carey completes this collection of stunningly good suppers.
Ilustrații: More than 70 colour photographs
Dimensiuni: 221 x 267 x 24 mm
Greutate: 1.08 kg
Editura: ABSOLUTE PRESS
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom
Having worked alongside great chefs including Pierre Koffmann, Nico Ladenis, Marco Pierre White and Ferran Adria, Jason Atherton joined the Gordon Ramsay Group in 2001 as the executive chef for Verre in Dubai. By 2005 he was at the helm of Maze in London, launching what would be the most successful brand in the group. In 2011 Jason opened his own flagship restaurant, Pollen Street Social, which won a Michelin star within six months. Deemed London's Best Fine Dining restaurant by the Time Out Eating & Drinking Awards 2011, Pollen Street Social also won New Restaurant of the Year at the Craft Guild of Chefs Awards 2012 and was ranked sixth in The Good Food Guide’s Top 50 Restaurants 2013.Jason's restaurants include Pollen Street Social, Social Eating House, Berners Tavern, City Social and Little Social in London; Table No. 1 and The Commune Social in Shanghai; 22 Ships, Ham & Sherry and Aberdeen Street Social in Hong Kong; and Esquina, Pollen, and Keong Saik Snacks in Singapore. Next to open are restaurants in Hong Kong (June 2014), Dubai (September 2014), New York (March 2015) and Sydney (April 2015). Jason’s recipes and articles have appeared widely in magazines and newspapers including: the Guardian, Sunday Times, Observer Food Monthly, Waitrose Food Illustrated, and Caterer and Hotelkeeper. Additionally, he demonstrates regularly on food shows in the UK and abroad. He is a regular guest on Saturday Kitchen and Market Kitchen. June 2008 saw Jason win the third series of BBC2's Great British Menu and in 2009 and 2010 Jason returned to the series as host. In 2014 Jason co-hosts with Lorraine Pascale for Sky Living's flagship series My Kitchen Rules.@_JasonAthertonwww.jasonatherton.co.uk
It was nailed-on fantastic, every mouthful.
Atherton is clearly a chef at the top of his game.
Jason Atherton is a hugely accomplished chef.
More than most, Jason Atherton has a recognisable cooking style. The first British chef to do a stage at El Bulli – it is not skittish experimentation that defines his dishes but something more akin to a person who can throw on a variety of clothes and emerge looking catwalk-wonderful.
Atherton is on a roll and everyone in the restaurant world knows it.
The tarte Tatin at Little Social is completely worth getting into a police incident over.