The PERFECT GIFT for anyone with a sweet tooth but doesn't want to spend hours in the kitchen - Nigel Slater's collection of puddings can ALL be ready in less than half an hour.
An inspiring collection of quick and delicious puddings made with simple and fresh ingredients from Nigel Slater, the master of the easily prepared dish. In four sections - Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring - he offers ideas for a wide range of mouth-watering and irresistible desserts all of which can be prepared in under half an hour.
Praise for Nigel Slater's Real Fast Puddings:
'Delectable ... Slater is an unashamed spoon-licker' Daily Telegraph
'Nigel Slater's infectious enthusiasm is nicely countered by attention to modern practicalities ... corners are unashamedly cut, quality is never compromised' Evening Standard
'I hardly ever cook puddings ... but I could be converted by Nigel Slater's unpretentious and appetizing Real Fast Puddings' Sunday Times
'I love this man: his wit and greed make him irresistible' Nigella Lawson
Nigel Slater is the Observer's food writer, writing a month column for Observer Food Monthly. Real Fast Food was shortlisted for the Andre Simon Award while The 30-Minute Cook was nominated for both the Glenfiddich and Julia Child Awards. In 1995 he won the Glenfiddich Trophy and he has twice won the Cookery Writer of the Year Award as well as being named Media Personality of the Year in the 1996 Good Food Awards. His other bestselling books include Real Food, Appetite and The Kitchen Diaries.
Nigel Slater is the author of Real Fast Food, Real Fast Puddings, The 30-Minute Cook, Real Food, Appetite and The Kitchen Diaries. Real Fast Food was shortlisted for the Andre Simon Award while The 30-Minute Cook was nominated for both the Glenfiddich and Julia Child Awards. In 1995 he won the Glenfiddich Trophy and he has twice won the Cookery Writer of the Year Award as well as being named Media Personality of the Year in the 1996 Good Food Awards. He is the Observer's food writer and he writes a monthly column for Observer Food Monthly.
Preface 1: A Few Points Preface 2: The Storecupboard Introduction: Introduction Part 1: Autumn 1: Blackberries 2: Plums 3: Damsons 4: Apples 5: Pears 6: Pears with Soft Cheeses 7: Pears and Blue Cheese 8: Pears with Hard Cheeses 9: Marrons Glaces 10: Chestnut Puree 11: Grapes 12: Figs 13: Dried Figs 14: The Crumble 15: Cheeses for Autumn Part 2: Winter 1: Pomegranates 2: Almonds 3: Tropical Fruits 4: Winter Orientals 5: Oranges 6: Clementines, Tangerines and Mandarins 7: Fast and Festive 8: Dates 9: Prunes 10: Cheeses For Winter Part 3: Spring 1: Eggs and Batters 2: Pineapples 3: Bananas 4: Creams and Cream Cheeses 5: Staples and Stodge 6: Ice Cream 7: Chocolate 8: Lemons 9: Cheeses for Spring Part 4: Summer 1: Cherries 2: Strawberries 3: Raspberries 4: Other Berries and Currants 5: Peaches 6: Apricots 7: The Brulee 8: Melons 9: Cheeses for Summer Bibliography: Bibliography Acknowledgements: Acknowledgements