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Comptoir Libanais Express free pdf 'Comptoir Express is about those times when I need to race around the kitchen and prepare great food in a hurry. Inspired by the best dishes and ingredients I've eaten in the Lebanon and at Comptoir Libanais, it's about simple ingredients and preparing in advance to take the hassle out of cooking delicious meals.' Tony Kitous is a rising star in the culinary world. Screen-tested for a series on BBC and appearing in 'Food and Drink' he is tipped to be one of the new faces of 2014. Pages on everyday key ingredients, like aubergines or yoghurt, with ideas that transform them from their shopping-bag state into easily prepared components of a fantastic meal. Filled with simple ideas and dishes, you can combine as you like, making relaxed meals that are endlessly variable each time you cook them.

About Dan Lepard

Dan Lepard (Author) Dan Lepard is a baker and photographer who has worked with the likes of Ottolenghi, Giorgio Locatelli and Fergus Henderson. He is the author of the bestselling Short and Sweet and has a popular baking column in the Saturday Guardian. He writes frequently for Sainsbury's Magazine and is also currently designing a range of baking products for Sainsbury's. Tony Kitous (Author) Tony Kitous is the man credited with putting the glamour into Middle Eastern cuisine and providing the people of Greater London the opportunity to experience real, wholesome and healthy Lebanese food. Tony's first foray in restaurants came when he was just 22 and he is the founder and spearhead of the Comptoir Libanais brand. Tony's mission is to make Lebanese food as popular as Italian food is today.

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Author : Dan Lepard
Publisher : Preface Publishing
Data Published : 25 September 2014
ISBN : 1848094418
EAN : 9781848094413
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 288 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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