'Fancy a casual supper with your family or a big feast to mark a special occasion? TV cook Rachel Allen has a recipe to suit. She takes you from preparation to table with minimum fuss, plenty of tips and menu ideas for dinners, brunches and lunches, cocktails and desserts.' - Waitrose Kitchen Reviews for Previous Title 'A natural TV chef: relaxed, articulate and knowledgeable' - Sunday Times 'With her finely-etched patrician features and delicious recipes, Rachel manages to do what the buxom Nigella Lawson never could. She makes us believe we can do what she does...' - Irish Post 'We're big fans of Rachel Allen here at Delicious.' - Delicious Magazine 'Food for real people' - Irish Examiner 'The book I've taken to most this season is by the Irish Nigella (except prettier, blonde and a better cook), Rachel Allen. Her BAKE is simply and engagingly written: one irresistible thing after another' - Melanie McDonagh, Evening Standard 'As wholesome and attractive as its charming author, (...) it is well thought out and accessibly written, with the emphasis on relaxed family meals. (...) Ideal for anyone who needs to cook on a regular basis but hasn't much experience.' - Sunday Telegraph on Homecooking
About the Author
Bestselling cookery writer Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin and studied at the prestigious Ballymaloe Cookery School. Today, Rachel is an international TV chef and a frequent guest on BBC's Saturday Kitchen; she is also a journalist, mother and a teacher at Ballymaloe. Entertaining at Home is Rachel's fifth cookery book.