Dish of the Day: 6/8 Every last bit Friday 23 November 2012 BBC1 at 7.30 pm.
This evening seven more recipes, watch Nigel as he gets the most out of a cut of ribs and a butternut squash. Follow our guise to Dish of the Day – just two episodes left. So imagine the wonderful meals you can make with the recipes from Nigel and use the weekly shop to your advantage, by turning mundane ingredients into exciting and delicious new flavour combinations.
Also, the new cookbook by Nigel Slater is The Kitchen Diaries II, click to read reviews and book information. To see the best offers for the Nigel’s new cookbook, Kitchen Diaries II offers for new books and for used copies used copies of Kitchen Diaries II. See more information about Nigel’s new book below.
The sixth program in the series has the following recipes:
- Cheese scone
- Cherry chocolate iced rice
- Sprouting vegetables, peas and blue cheese
- Butternut squash risotto
- Butternut squash soup with crisps
- Ham and greens sandwich
Watch this episode on BBC1, Nigel Slater Kitchen Diaries – 6
Read about the previous episode’s recipes:
Next week 30 Nov 2012, with SERIES 1 – 7. TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT 7/8. The food writer turns the contents of his weekly shop into seven more meals, showing how to make ingredients go further – from getting the most out of a cut of ribs to using every last vegetable peeling. Dishes include duck and citrus salad, hot yoghurt steak and chocolate beetroot cake.
Nigel Slater page at Amazon and new cookbook Eat, due September 2013 Eat – The Little Book of Fast Food: (Cloth-covered, flexible binding)
Note: Nigel Slater is one of our best-loved food writers, and has written his second volume of the Kitchen Diaries – a beautiful and inspiring companion volume to his best selling Kitchen Diaries. His articles feature in the Observer Food Monthly and the Guardian. See Nigel Slater’s recipes in the Guardian.
The Kitchen Diaries II “For years now I have kept notebooks, with scribbled shopping lists and early drafts of recipes in them. These notes form the basis of this second volume of The Kitchen Diaries. More than a diary, this is a collection of small kitchen celebrations, be it a casual, beer-fuelled supper of warm flatbreads with pieces of grilled lamb scattered with toasted pine kernels and blood-red pomegranate seeds or a quiet moment contemplating a bowl of soup and a loaf of bread.”
About : A Kitchen Chronicle. My latest book and the second volume of The Kitchen Diaries.
A collection of notes, essays, jottings and recipes compiled over the last three or four years. As you might expect from the title, this is a very personal book, written and photographed in my own kitchen. Not a television tie-in, but many of the recipes are those from the BBC1 series Simple Suppers and Simple Cooking.
Jamie Oliver’s new TV show, 35 weekday episodes.