Bill Collison and Sheridan Mccoid - Bill's: The Cookbook - Hodder & Stoughton

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Bill's: The Cookbook

Cook, Eat, Smile

By Bill Collison and Sheridan Mccoid

  • Hardback
  • £25.00

This beautifully produced recipe book is the perfect showcase for the critically acclaimed Bill's Produce Store and its sumptuous, affordable food.

Ever eaten at Bill's? If you haven't, then put it on your To Do list. If you have, then you'll know it's all about the atmosphere and the food - it's delicious, it's different, it's full of fabulous flavours and textures; a unique celebration of eating.

From breakfast to bedtime, from the first green shoots of spring to the frostiest of winter days, Bill picks and cooks his way through the seasons. Choosing favourites as he goes and bringing colour and energy to even the simplest dishes, this book is packed with recipes and ideas that will inspire you to cook, eat and smile every day of the year.

Biographical Notes

Bill's Produce Store opened in 2001 in a small town in Sussex not far from the sea. What started years before as a small greengrocer's shop is now a bustling, vibrant cafe packed with hungry customers, with stores in Brighton, Reading and Covent Garden as well as Lewes. Bill is passionate about food - growing, cooking and eating it - but most of all he loves sharing it. He lives in Sussex with his wife and three sons.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781444703900
  • Publication date: 09 Jun 2011
  • Page count: 320
  • Imprint: Headline Home
'Happy food' — Delicious
There are four branches of Bill's Cafe in the south but, if you're nowhere near one, this is a great taste of his seasonal, relaxed style of cooking and eating. — Tesco Real Food Magazine
Bill's recipes are consistently fresh, vibrant and bursting with flavour... there's certainly something inside for everyone to cook, eat and share. One thing's for sure, this is a cookbook made for people who are in love with food. — Square Meal Magazine
Lovingly crafted guide to a cooking year... Bill is clearly a bit of a food champion himself and his enthusiasm is evident on every page. — Mail on Sunday You Magazine
One of the prettiest cookbooks I've seen in a while. Both the pages and the food vibrate with colour and energy. — BBC Good Food Magazine
Bursting with vibrant colour, this is a fun celebration of good British produce. — Sainsbury's Magazine
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