Main dishes

Main dishes

By
Pip McCormac
Contains
16 recipes
Published by
Quadrille Publishing
ISBN
9781849494168

There are two types of main course. One is quick and simple, cooked just for you and your family and thrown together in a few minutes with ingredients picked up in a dash to the shops. The other is more involved, the central point of a dinner party, the exact moment in the evening where everyone has relaxed but nobody has quite drunk themselves under the table yet. The conduit to an atmosphere of delighted goodwill.

And both types can be elevated with a couple of sprigs from the garden. Whatever the occasion, none of these dishes require very much preparation – you’ve done the hard work by growing the herbs and flowers in the first place, or by setting the table, or by simply coordinating all your friends’ diaries so that you’re in the same place at the same time. Cooking dinner should be a relaxing start to an enjoyable evening, which all of these recipes ensure that it will be.

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