Lindsey Bareham - Author

About the Author

Lindsey Bareham started to cook seriously when she was asked to edit the restaurant section of Time Out. Over the years she's cooked most cuisines and most styles of food, learning as she went along. She wrote a daily after-work recipe for the London Evening Standard for eight years and currently writes the daily Dinner Tonight and Friday Masterclass for The Times T2. She also writes a monthly column for Saga Magazine.

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Featured books by Lindsey Bareham

One Pot Wonders

One Pot Wonders

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Hardback Release Date: 16/01/2014

100 warming, nutritious and simple One Pot Wonders from Lindsey Bareham. If you're getting bored with your new year diet and even more bored with the washing up, Lindsey Bareham brings you recipes for perfect comfort food for curling up and enjoying on your own, or feasting with family and friends. Dishes to suit every occasion. Lindsey's delicious recipes include her oven-baked meatballs with sweet potato and roasted shallots, Saffron chicken with apricots and cardamom, asparagus, potato, pea and quinoa salad, many of which are perfect for the diet-conscious. And there are puddings too, from lychees, melon and stem ginger fruit salad to a comforting Malva pudding. Lindsey Bareham's recipes feature big flavours from all around the world but, more importantly, these One Pot Wonders are incredibly easy to make - anyone can cook them. Chapters include: Bakes, Big soups, Stews, Curries, Pasta, Salads and Puddings. Lindsey Bareham is one of the UK's most talented cookery writers. Her daily after-work recipe column for the Evening Standard ran for 8 years and she currently writes the much-loved 'Dinner Tonight' column for The Times. The author of 13 cookery books, including In Praise of the Potato, A Celebration of Soup, The Big Red Book of Tomatoes, The Fish Store and The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales, Lindsey also co-wrote The Prawn Cocktail Years with Simon Hopkinson, and helped him write Roast Chicken and Other Stories, voted the Most Useful Cookery Book Ever by chefs and food writers.

Other books by Lindsey Bareham

One Pot Wonders

One Pot Wonders

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Hardback Release Date: 16/01/2014

100 warming, nutritious and simple One Pot Wonders from Lindsey Bareham. If you're getting bored with your new year diet and even more bored with the washing up, Lindsey Bareham brings you recipes for perfect comfort food for curling up and enjoying on your own, or feasting with family and friends. Dishes to suit every occasion. Lindsey's delicious recipes include her oven-baked meatballs with sweet potato and roasted shallots, Saffron chicken with apricots and cardamom, asparagus, potato, pea and quinoa salad, many of which are perfect for the diet-conscious. And there are puddings too, from lychees, melon and stem ginger fruit salad to a comforting Malva pudding. Lindsey Bareham's recipes feature big flavours from all around the world but, more importantly, these One Pot Wonders are incredibly easy to make - anyone can cook them. Chapters include: Bakes, Big soups, Stews, Curries, Pasta, Salads and Puddings. Lindsey Bareham is one of the UK's most talented cookery writers. Her daily after-work recipe column for the Evening Standard ran for 8 years and she currently writes the much-loved 'Dinner Tonight' column for The Times. The author of 13 cookery books, including In Praise of the Potato, A Celebration of Soup, The Big Red Book of Tomatoes, The Fish Store and The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales, Lindsey also co-wrote The Prawn Cocktail Years with Simon Hopkinson, and helped him write Roast Chicken and Other Stories, voted the Most Useful Cookery Book Ever by chefs and food writers.

The Fish Store

The Fish Store

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Paperback Release Date: 30/06/2013

When her sons inherited their father's childhood home in a Cornish fishing village, once a commercial building for storing and packing pilchards, Lindsey Bareham thought it would be a nice idea to record some of the recipes and memories of this extraordinary place. It started as a notebook for her sons' eyes only, with lists of favourite ways of cooking mackerel, monkfish and sole and how to make mayonnaise to go with the gift of a handsome crab or crayfish, but then it took on its own momentum and became this very special book, full of recollections and anecdotes and fabulous holiday food. Although the setting is of course English, Bareham's recipes take in influences from all over the world, including Portugal (Portuguese Cabbage Soup with Rosemary Bruschetta), Italy (Red Mullet Wrapped in Parma Ham with Garlic and Rosemary) and Turkey (Spiced Aubergine Salad with Cumin). Nor, despite the location, are her recipes completely devoted to matters piscine. Chapters on eggs, chicken, lamb, vegetables and, of course, puddings, sit alongside a wonderful collection of recipes for fish of all kinds.

The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales

The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Hardback Release Date: 11/04/2013

One cook, her kitchen and a lifetime of recipes. A cookery book like no other, The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales is a dip into Lindsey Bareham's kitchen, introducing us to more of her tempting, easy-to-follow seasonal recipes, this time organized by the well-loved and well-used pots, pans, gadgets and utensils she uses to cook them. Roast Tomato Risotto with Saffron and Honey in a saute pan, Cod, Anchovy and Spinach Boulangere made using a mandoline, Vietnamese Chicken Patties with Mint Salad and Roast Peanuts in a quaint burger press, and Raspberry Jelly Trifle in her grandmother's trifle bowl. This unique approach to ordering recipes also looks at the objects themselves - their history, design evolution and why they're good at what they do - and their power to evoke memories of meals past. It is not just a book to cook from, Lindsey's fine writing makes it a pleasure to read from too.

The Big Red Book of Tomatoes

The Big Red Book of Tomatoes

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Paperback Release Date: 19/07/2011

Ever been confronted by a couple of unpromising-looking tomatoes and some of yesterday's bread, with nothing else for supper? In The Big Red Book of Tomatoes, Lindsey Bareham will turn them into a delectable dinner for one. And, if you are a gardener, next time you are stuck with a load of tomatoes that won't ripen, why not try Lindsey's mouth-watering green tomato tart with zabaglione cream? In this lively, inspirational book, with a stunning collection of over 400 recipes, the fruit we like to eat as a vegetable is given the star treatment. There are salsas from Mexico, curries from India, Arab tagines, pizzas from Italy and chutneys from the British Isles. If you want to know how to make the ultimate Bloody Mary, then this is the book for you. There are innovative dishes such as Tomato Tarte Tatin, Golden Tomato Lasagne with Basil and Vine Tomatoes, classics such as Stuffed Tomatoes, Insalata Tricolore as well as the more unusual Shaker Tomato Cream Pie, and of course pasta in every guise. Lindsey explores in depth the tomato's affinity with eggs, bread and pasta, in salads, sauces, with meat and fish. Some recipes take ten minutes to cook, most take less than thirty, and others need a couple of hours of slow simmering on the back burner while you get on with something else. The Big Red Book of Tomatoes is an invaluable addition to every cook's bookshelf.

Pasties

Pasties

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/10/2008

The Prawn Cocktail Years

The Prawn Cocktail Years

Author: Lindsey Bareham, Simon Hopkinson Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/11/2006

While Lindsey Bareham was helping Simon Hopkinson put together his best-selling book, Roast Chicken and Other Stories, the two of them began to reminisce about hotel and restaurant dishes they had grown up with and always loved; those Cinderellas of the kitchen that we abandoned in our quest for the wilder shores of gastronomy. Classics such as Duck a l'Orange, Weiner Schnitzel, Moussaka, Garlic Mushrooms and, of course, Prawn Cocktail, have all been slung out like old lovers but when made with fine, fresh ingredients and prepared with care and a genuine love of good eating, these former favourites should grace the most discerning of tables. The Prawn Cocktail Years sets out to rehabilitate the food we once loved and found exciting. In so doing, the authors take us on a cook's tour of the legendary post-war hotels and gentlemen's clubs with their Mulligatawny and Shepherd's Pie, to the bistros of Swinging London where Pate Maison and sizzling Escargots excited the braver palate. Then there were the first Italian trattorias where Saltimbocca and Oranges in Caramel were the order of the day and the `Continental' restaurants with their exotic offerings of Beef Stroganoff, Chicken Kiev and Rhum Baba. Recipes for all these old favourites have been brought back to life as well as those classics that were once described as the Great British Meal - Prawn Cocktail, Steak Garni with Chips and Black Forest Gateau. Cooked as they should be, this much derided and often ridiculed dinner is still something very special indeed. The prawn cocktail years are staging a comeback . . .

A Celebration of Soup

A Celebration of Soup

Author: Lindsey Bareham Format: Paperback Release Date: 27/01/2001

'A book for serious slurpers' - Matthew Fort, The Guardian From the intense flavours of a clear consumme to the hearty warmth of a good broth, from the tang of a chilled summer appetizer to the richness of a comforting chowder, soup is one of themost versatile dishes imaginable. This unparalleled book covers every aspect of cooking soups, from stock-making and thickening to garnishes, embellishments and accompaniments.

Roast Chicken and Other Stories

Roast Chicken and Other Stories

Author: Lindsey Bareham, Simon Hopkinson Format: Paperback Release Date: 02/09/1999

`There's not a recipe here I don't want to eat immediately.' - Nigella Lawson Roast Chicken and Other Stories provides an insight into Simon Hopkinson's unique style of unpretentious cooking with 160 of his favourite recipes. Simon Hopkinson's forty favourite ingredients include everyday basics as potatoes, chicken and cod as well as more exotic foods such as asparagus and truffles. The cookbook is arranged alphabetically with a chapter on each food. Unable to hide his great love of food, Hopkinson writes about why he likes each particular ingredient, and gives sensible advice on quality, variety and good cooking principles together with the recipes. The book is aimed at home cooks and all the recipes can be prepared by anyone with basic cooking skills. From Grilled Augergine with Pesto to Roast Chicken and Homemade Ice Cream, Simon Hopkinson's food is always honest and inviting, designed to please rather than simply to impress.

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