With stunning high-resolution photography and beautiful color, this book takes full advantage of the iPad’s fabulous display and multi-touch interface. Designed exclusively for the iPad from the outset, it is natural and intuitive to use. Portrait and landscape modes have distinctive purposes and styles: portrait allows you to view an entire recipe on one page, while landscape provides clear step-by-step instructions that allow viewing from anywhere in the kitchen.
The book consists of 30 recipes that both look and taste stunning, and are straightforward to produce. Included are three Autumn-inspired set menus, each with a wine recommendation, as well as suggestions for making the dishes cheaper and healthier. In addition, there are a number of other sections, offering a variety of contemporary yet classic dishes, and providing the reader with a selection of ten helpful kitchen tips.
From vibrant soups to warming desserts and from luscious poached peaches to succulent belly of pork with caramelized apples and hard cider gravy – there is a recipe to suit every Autumn occasion.
Alex is a passionate chef, studying French and Classics at Durham University, UK. Cooking in a country-home kitchen in the college vacations for the owner and guests, he has written, prepared, and tested all of the delicious recipes featured in this book.
* Best British Digital Cookbook 2012 - About.com
* Selected in The Daily Telegraph '500 Must-Have-Apps'
* Featured in EOS Magazine
Customer ReviewsSee All
delicious recipes and so easy to use in the kitchen
I have to say that I was sceptical about using my iPad in the kitchen but swiping from one instruction to the next with my little finger worked really well. Much easier than turning a paper page and of course I didn't have to keep putting my glasses on and off. The figs in syrup were a huge hit with my guests, who obviously thought I had slaved over them for quite a while. Little did they know….
An awesome addition to the series
I have been waiting eagerly for this book to be released and have most definitely not been disappointed. The recipes are really great - they are slightly quirky and always produce impressive results but are not too difficult to follow and don't call for too many wacky ingredients or advanced cookery skills. The photos are just as stunning as in the previous book in the series and the iPad format is as brilliant as ever. Very highly recommended.
Great seasonal recipes with stunning photos
An impressive range of tasty seasonal recipes that work really well. The soups are excellent (recently served up the the porcini and chestnut mushroom which was a huge success). Instructions are clear and the handling of portrait/landscape is neat. Looking forward to rest of series. Love the photos.