Create something easy and delicious for all the family, any day of the week.
Taking inspiration from Marcus’ incomparable cooking career, his childhood experience in his father’s fruit and vegetable distribution business, as well as his role as a father of three, Marcus Everyday goes back to his roots, and to the beginning of the journey of a great home cooked dish.
The 8 chapters include relaxed Weekday Suppers, the resourceful Garden Patch, quick In the Fridge, delicious Holiday Eats, as well as recipes to rustle up a real treat of a supper when you’re Home Alone, cleverly put what’s left at the back of your fridge to good use in the Waste Not Want Not chapter, inspirational Home Baking with your children or grandchildren, or catering for the masses in Weekend Dining.
There are also tips and tricks to arm anyone with some of the secrets from Marcus’s own kitchen, including reimagining familiar ingredients into something magical, while celebrating the process to get there.
Maximise flavour, minimise waste, with the added touch of Michelin starred magic from one of Britain’s best loved chefs.
Praise for New Classics and Marcus at Home
‘Stuffed with comfort food recipes you’ll truly want to cook’ The Sunday Times
‘There’s no Masterchef poncery here, it’s all good hearty fare (with the occasional cheffy flourish but that’s to be expected – he doesn’t have two Michelin stars for nothing). […] As I say – cheffy, not poncey’ The Times
‘Undeniably excellent new cookbook’ Observer Food Monthly
‘How to make the Michelin magic happen at home’ The Telegraph
About the author
MARCUS WAREING is one of the most respected and acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs in Britain. Originally from Southport, Marcus began his career at the age of 16. An incredible talent, he started acquiring Michelin stars aged just 26–one of only a handful of chefs to be recognised at such a young age. Over the last 30 years Marcus has been involved in the creation of many of London’s most iconic restaurants, including his own restaurant group, Marcus Wareing Restaurants, which he founded in 2008.
With one Michelin star at his flagship restaurant, Marcus, in the Berkeley Hotel, he also owns and operates The Gilbert Scott and Tredwell’s.
Marcus has also won numerous coveted awards. These include the Acorn Award, Chef of the Year with Caterer and Hotelkeeper, Tatler Restaurateur of the Year and GQ Chef of the Year.
A familiar face on our TV screens, Marcus took on the new role as judge on MasterChef:The Professionals in 2014. Marcus lives in London with his wife and three children.