BOOK OF THE YEAR 2016 in The Observer and Spectator
In the heart of London’s Soho is Ducksoup, a tiny neighbourhood restaurant where you can eat simple plates of exactly what you might want at any time of day.
This book is packed with delicious favourites from the menu whose influences include the warm blue skies of Italy, spices and flower blossom of the Middle East, and the smoky earthiness of Scandinavia. These recipes have a common thread: simple details – a squeeze of burnt lemon, a toasting of nuts, or a spoonful of piquant green sauce – which elevate flash-in-the-pan plates and slowly-stirred pots alike into something special.
This pared-back approach to food is simple and achievable, and will transform your everyday cooking.
18 x 25cm