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  • ENGLISH

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  • 160

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  • 9780091914363

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  • 0 mm

    Width
  • 12 mm

    Height
  • 302 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 2 NOVEMBER 2006

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    Rose Gray and Ruth Rogerss latest series of books is an essential addition to every kitchen. This definitive collection of fish recipes brings together some of the best dishes from the River Cafe, beautifully packaged with a striking design by the award-winning designer of the new Guardian Berliner, in a handy paperback format. With over 100 of their best fish and shellfis Rose Gray and Ruth Rogerss latest series of books is an essential addition to every kitchen. This definitive collection of fish recipes brings together some of the best dishes from the River Cafe, beautifully packaged with a striking...  Read More

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    Rose Gray

    Rose Gray was a British chef and cookery writer, who set up (with Ruth Rogers) The River Café in 1987. She won a Michelin star for this in 1998. It was here that the talents of Jamie Oliver were first spotted. She had a profound influence on a generation of celebrity chefs, including Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the latter stating that she had had more influence on him than any other person he had worked with. She wrote a series of cookery books and presented a programme for Channel Four.

    Born as Clemency Anne Rose Swann in Bedford, just before her birth, her father, Clement Nelson Swann, and a sibling were killed in a domestic fire. She was brought up in Scotland and Surrey. Her mother, Elizabeth Anne Lawrence, settled in Guildford, and Rose studied at the Guildford College of Art, where she gained a BA in Fine Art. Her career as a professional chef began at Nells restaurant in New York, after which time she returned to London.

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