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Share: Delicious Sharing Boards for Social Dining

Theo A. Michaels

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

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'Theo's book is brilliant. What you would call a delightful sunny Mediterranean day on a plate'  Jean-Christophe Novelli
Create a brand new dining experience in your own home with 75 recipes from MasterChef UK's Theo Michaels, presented as themed menus on stunning sharing boards.
Here you will discover delicious food, presented with maximum visual appeal and designed to be shared by a group of people. Theo has been presenting his creative cooking this way at events of all sizes and styles for some time, his aim to create an interactive and relaxed dining experience that brings people together. Now he brings his unique vision to your home. Downsized to feed six to eight people and easily achievable, these exciting sharing menus are perfect for modern, communal eating. The book opens with a sharing board comprised of bought-in deli-style foods to get you started, with expert pointers on how to create a visually stunning presentation. Next, each of the themed boards is dedicated to one concept and features recipes as well as suggestions for aromatic and edible garnishes to help you create a feast for the eyes, senses and taste buds. Menus include a relaxed brunch, a summer picnic, a harvest celebration, an indulgent feast, treats to satisfy a sweet tooth, plus plenty for vegans, pescatarians and meat-lovers.
Available since: 03/10/2020.
Print length: 160 pages.

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