Kate Gibbs is a Sydney-based journalist, food writer and author who has two cookbooks to her name, and who grew up at the apron strings of her grandmother, Margaret Fulton.
In her latest book, Me and Margaret: Food For Life
, Gibbs gives readers a rare glimpse into a modern food dynasty. She reveals the high and lows of her grandmother’s life, as well as sharing her own experiences growing up as a foodie. It is her unique upbringing that inspired Kate Gibbs to spread the word of eating good, home-style food and igniting people’s passion for cooking.
With over fifty delicious recipes, which range from traditional dishes to her own modern spin on classic dishes, readers will be captivated as they flip through the beautifully photographed pages to find a banquet of scrumptious and nostalgic dishes. Recipes are divided into chapters: It Starts with Food, Break the Mould, Love and more, and include Pork Ribs with Sichuan Salt, Slow-Roasted Lamb Shoulder with Sautéed Artichokes, Crab and Corn Fritters and Custard-Filled Profiteroles. You’ll be so spoiled for choice, you’ll feel as though you’ve just visited your own grandma’s kitchen…
Grab a plate and enjoy.
Margaret and Me: Recipes For Life features:
Written by Kate Gibbs.
Hardcover – 311 pages.
Includes 50 delicious traditional recipes from Kate Gibbs’ grandmother’s kitchen.
Recipes are divided into chapters – It Starts with Food, Break the Mould, Almost Perfect, Hard Work and Love.
Pink ribbon bookmark ensures that you never lose your page.
Beautiful, inspiring photography throughout.
Full index in the back.
Dimensions: 17.5cm x 25cm.