If you love to entertain and share good food with your friends and family, whether it is a relaxed Friday night supper, a lazy brunch, a full-on posh dinner party or cooking for a crowd on New Year's Eve, then this book is a must. It has an easy-to-follow layout, with four main chapters broken down into various different menus, offering you food for every occasion: Two's Company, Relaxed Entertaining, The Extravagant Dinner Party and Cooking for a Crowd.From Coconut and ricotta hotcakes with espresso syrup to Honey roast ham with pistachio crumbs, via Mini tomato tatins and Spiced mussels with tomato spaghetti, Jo Pratt's creative and stylish recipes are fuss-free and easy to follow. Accompanied by beautiful full-colour photography, drink suggestions and recipe hints and tips, this book will make entertaining a joy, whatever the occasion.
Jo Pratt's quirky, no-fuss recipe ideas and beautiful food styling appear in various magazines such as Olive and BBC Good Food Magazine. She is the Food Editor for Glamour magazine, one of the UK's bestselling monthly magazines and a contributor to the Weekend magazine in the Daily Mail. Jo is also an increasingly familiar face on our television screens, appearing regularly on ITV's Daily Cooks, Saturday Cooks and Soapstar Superchef to UKTV's Market Kitchen, Great Food Live and Sky One's Taste. Jo's unique style comes from her ability to adapt what she's learnt working alongside Michelin-starred chefs, such as Gary Rhodes and Gordon Ramsey, to create stylish, accessible recipes that anyone can make at home.