Read Online From the Oven to the Table: Simple dishes that look after themselves 'The must-have cookbook of 2019'Author Diana Henry –

It s here I am giddy with excitement, one of my favourite authors Diana Henry has done it again.I have my big pan, my new book and starting with the first one tonight , Baked sausages, apples and blackberries with mustard and maple syrup..Everything I have ever made from her books has been amazing My reading for the next few days I am so very happy.Going out to pick some blackberries now xMrs Dean Another fabulous book full of delicious looking recipes Working our way through and unsurprisingly no disappointments I dread the day Diana gives up he writing. Fantastic Another fabulous book from Diana Henry..someone who truly appreciates and understands wonderful meals.These are not difficult yet her flavours and combinations are other cookery writer comes close even the once great Nigel Slater cannot compare Just brilliant. I had heard a lot of good things about this author but had not purchased or cooked from any of her other books I took a chance on this one as I was looking for a book on mostly one pot meals that are good for the autumn winter season I wanted some new ideas that are simple enough to do during the week but did not compromise on flavour Boy did I get what I was looking for I am absolutely in love with this book I have made about 8 recipes so far and everything has been packed full of flavour The ingredient lists are easy to manage, things are easy to find either in your cupboard or from the supermarket, the pictures are great although a tad too dark for me and best of all, most meals you can just add to the pot and put in the oven My cast iron braiser is getting a lot of use right now I like the good mix of meat, fish and vegetarian recipes The combinations of spices and flavours are superb and are the magic behind the success of the dishes I can see myself cooking from it cover to cover Try this book and you won t be disappointed I will now be looking at some of Diana Henry s other books to add to my collection. BEST SUNDAY TIMES COOKBOOKS OF THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER For Bung It In The Oven Cooks Everywhere, This Is A Must Have Book Diana Henry Has A Genius For Flavour Nigella LawsonWhether You Re Short Of Time Or Just Prefer To Keep Things Simple, From The Oven To The Table Shows How The Oven Can Do Much Of The Work That Goes Into Making Great Food Diana Henry S Favourite Way To Cook Is To Throw Ingredients Into A Dish Or Roasting Tin, Slide Them In The Oven And Let The Heat Behind That Closed Door Transform Them Into Golden, Burnished Meals Most Of The Easy Going Recipes In This Wonderfully Varied Collection Are Cooked In One Dish Some Are Ideas For Simple Accompaniments That Can Be Cooked On Another Shelf At The Same Time From Quick After Work Suppers To Feasts For Friends, The Dishes Are Vibrant And Modern And Focus On Grains, Pulses And Vegetables As Much As Meat And Fish With Recipes Such As Chicken Thighs With Miso, Sweet Potatoes Spring Onions, Roast Indian Spiced Vegetables With Lime Coriander Butter, And Roast Stone Fruit With Almond And Orange Flower Crumbs, Diana Shows How The Oven Is The Most Useful Bit Of Kit You Have In Your Kitchen Praise For How To Eat A Peach This Is An Extraordinary Piece Of Food Writing, Pitch Perfect In Every Way I Couldn T Love Anyone Who Didn T Love This Book Nigella Lawson Her Best Yetsuperb Menus Evoking Place And Occasion With Consummate Elegance Financial TimesFood Book Of The Year At The Andr Simon Food Drink Book Awards I LOVE Diana Henry s books and this one hasn t disappointed so far I cooked the first recipe last night baked sausages with apples and blackberries with mustard and maple sauce and it was amazing Really autumnal and simple to make but tasted so muchthan the sum of its parts my favourite type of cooking Today for lunch we had pot roast Indian spiced chicken with coconut again easy but effortlessly delicious Diana remains my kitchen goddess Very nice book About half of the recipes are vegetarian Every recipe has a picture.Dropped a star as some recipes are quite wordy see example in picture. The recipes are easy to follow and prepare but there are some wacky ingredients you may struggle to find if you don t live in a trendy city The recipes work and a couple have produced delicious meals but some of the dishes just don t have much flavour Overall I am a bit disappointed, I expected better results.