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Download Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights: Recipes for Every Season, Mood, and Appetite ePub
  • ISBN 0061450995
  • ISBN13 978-0061450990
  • Language English
  • Author Sophie Dahl
  • Publisher William Morrow Cookbooks (March 2, 2010)
  • Pages 288
  • Formats txt docx mobi lit
  • Category Cooking
  • Subcategory Regional and International
  • Size ePub 1689 kb
  • Size Fb2 1729 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 430

Sophie Dahl, whose BBC cooking show “The Delicious Miss Dahl” is soon to be released in the UK, offers us mouthwatering recipes for 100 delightfully indulgent yet healthfully balanced dishes in Miss Dahl’s Voluptuous Delights. A former model, contributing editor at Men’s Vogue, and currently a regular contributor to the US and UK editions of Vogue and Waitrose Food Illustrated magazine, Dahl’s first love has always been food, a passion that resounds throughout the pages of Voluptuous Delights. Here are culinary wonders that celebrate the simple joys of cooking and eating—“Recipes for Every Season, Mood, and Appetite”—each “delight” exquisitely photographed and liberally spiced with the memories, misadventures, and travels that inspired them.


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Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights presents nearly one hundred of her tried-and-true recipes, organized around the four . I never knew much about Sophie Dahl, but after (sorry for impending pun) devouring this book, I feel as though we're friends.

Accented with her stories about how she came to know these foods and why she loves them, Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights provides a complete picture of what a meal should provide.

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Dahl was the inspiration for Sophie, the main character in her maternal grandfather's book The BF. Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights: Recipes for Every Season, Mood, and Appetite.

Dahl was the inspiration for Sophie, the main character in her maternal grandfather's book The BFG. She is married to the singer Jamie Cullum. William Morrow Cookbooks.

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Shaktizragore
This cookbook is a charmer. Anything written about food by Sophie Dahl makes one want to be a joyful cook. I love reading and re-reading it, and just had to own it after I had checked it out numerous times from the library. It has personal vignettes by the warm & funny Sophie Dahl, gorgeous glossy pages with beautiful and interesting photos, and recipes that inspire me to get out my cooking utensils and get going!
Conjulhala
I could not resist this beautiful volume from the uber-chic Sofie Dahl! It's hard to pull off pink AND sophisticated, but Miss Dahl manages and then some. This book is an aesthetic delight; the hard cover edition is worth every penny. The photographs are exquisite. If you are like me and you read cookbooks like novels, you will especially love this volume, interspersed as it is with snippets from Miss Dahl's biography, centering, not surprisingly, on her changing relationship with food, and with her body, over the course of a live fully lived. As for the recipes, what can I say? This is a book you will actually cook from. The book is a testimony to what I've always believed about food, and cooking: namely, if you start with good quality ingredients, the simpler the recipe, the better. I think my hero Nigel Slater would agree. All of the recipes are accessible, focussed around simple, local ingredients. "Local" and "seasonal" are two of my favorite words when it comes to eating, and I have a special appreciation for cookbooks organized, like this one, by season.
The_NiGGa
I never knew much about Sophie Dahl, but after (sorry for impending pun) devouring this book, I feel as though we're friends. I love cookbooks with stories--not just recipes (this is likely because one of my favorite reads when I was little was Peg Bracken's "I Hate to Cook"). Here, we have a totally engaging story of the author's life, and how she learned to find balance and peace within herself. Which is not to say that she comes across as preachy or holier-than-thou. And the recipes! I'll admit I read cookbooks far, far more than I actually cook out of them, but this is an exception. Just reading the recipes made me want to get back into the kitchen and be the sort of girl who whips up lovely meals at home. The foods are filling (not heavy) and healthy feeling without making a big fuss about it.
The theme of this book is that it's cheaper, healthier, and more satisfying to cook for yourself and loved ones--cooking can be fun and creative. After my first reading--and before cooking anything--I felt as though I had spent a lovely afternoon with my best girlfriend. And I'm pleased to say that that warmth and joy comes through in the recipes. Each one that I've made has been totally perfect. I hope we have more like this from Sophie Dahl!
IWantYou
I've got a lot of cookbooks, but this one is my favorite. Some of the recipes have become family favorites, recipes that I have made again and again. For example, Baked eggs with swiss chard, grilled vegetables with halloumi cheese, lettuce soup, chicken curry, and eton mess! Interesting, healthy, and fantastically delicious recipes, that are rally fun to make.
Malakelv
Totally love Miss Dahl's stories and tidbits of information. She is VERY vegetarian friendly but also writes delish meat recipes too. I love the versatility. I mistakenly stumbled on her cooking show which OCCASIONALLY appears on the Food Network one day. I was very impressed and wish they would show more of her episodes.
Jox
The English have a different palate than most Americans, but Sophie Dahl's (now how did she get the name Dahl for it was her mothers father who was Roald Dahl and wrote the book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." It would seem that her last name should be that of her fathers, but as I said, those English are different.)

The recipes are simple, and I love that. They are very earthy and wholesome, so very easy to cook. I just had a bit of a time trying to find some of the ingredients like Halloumi cheese, never heard of it, and don't want to spend a lifetime looking for it. Some very good curries, and very good desserts.

A nice book to have out on a coffee or side table. An even better one for the kitchen, as all recipes are very palatable, except for the "Fish Pie," I could not even look at that one the title sent me running...