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  • ISBN: 9781743538951
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pub Date: 22/03/2016
  • Category: Lifestyle, sport & leisure / TV / celebrity chef cookbooks
    Lifestyle, sport & leisure / Quick & easy cooking
    Lifestyle, sport & leisure / Cookery / food & drink etc
    Lifestyle, sport & leisure / General cookery & recipes
  • Imprint: Plum
  • Pages: 240
  • Price: $39.99

We all want simple, wholesome and delicious meals that can be made with readily available ingredients. This is the foundation of Justine Schofield's hugely popular television show, Everyday Gourmet, and the inspiration behind her debut cookbook.

Justine's recipes reflect the very essence of modern Australian eating, with a focus on big, bold flavours from a range of different cuisines. In a nod to her heritage, there are some classic French dishes, as well as moreish fritters and tarts, simple seafood recipes, hearty curries and stews, and incredible roasts. Sweets range from a simple crumble to show-stopping bavarois or chocolate custard pots, and clever ideas for salads and vegetables will liven up any summer barbeque.

Be inspired by the food Justine loves to cook and eat every day, with family and friends. Her recipes are fresh and delicious, and you'll want to make each and every one!

Author Information

Justine Schofield was one of the most popular contestants on series one of MasterChef Australia and is now an established and much-loved cooking personality in her own right - with a national profile. She is the presenter of Network Ten's Everyday Gourmet, a popular daytime cooking show aimed at simplifying classic dishes for time-poor home cooks, which is now in its sixth season. She also runs a catering company and is a regular columnist for taste.com.au. Justine lives in Sydney.

Justine Schofield has made a career out of inspiring home cooks around the country, from her TV debut on
MasterChef Australia to her long-running role as host of Channel Ten's Everyday Gourmet. Justine also runs a catering company and is a regular columnist for taste.com.au. Dinner With Justine is her first cookbook.