This October saw the launch of Lynda’s second cookbook, ‘Fearless Food’ and it has been receiving rave reviews from some of the countries top foodies, including the likes of John & Sally McKennas’ Guides ever since.
On 27th October, it was announced that ‘Fearless Food’ was the recipient of the 2017 Listowel Food Fair Book of the Year Award, in association with Hodges Figgis and just a few days later the book was shortlisted for Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards 2017 ‘Cookbook of the Year’.
‘Fearless Food’ is bursting with fresh ideas, outstanding photography and her own chatty and informal style. Cook your way through its accessible recipes and you will develop the confidence to improvise effortlessly, to cook fearlessly. The ability to interchange ingredients or to transform a dish from the ordinary to the extraordinary is built on the principles she smuggles in effortlessly. One minute she is outlining something perfectly simple and the next she is challenging a use of less familiar ingredients in more complex ways. ‘Fearless Food’ is also about moving away from the allergists and diet fanatics to something more carefree. Lynda inspires wholehearted, passionate cooking.
Master her twelve pasta sauces and you have the basis for a dozen more. Grasp how to use fresh spices and you can improvise with a whole range of curries. Be confident with fish and meat and imaginative with vegetables and cooking becomes less of a chore. Lynda encourages you to cook when you have the opportunity so that you can serve up great food when time is at a premium. Her ideas for jars of “elevators” on the top shelf of your fridge mean that a great meal is never far away.
Accessible ideas. Amazing photography. Lynda’s voice shines through the whole way: thoughtful, strong, amusing. She is a born teacher and will guide you through each recipe. If you want some inspiration, treat yourself to this book – Neven Maguire
Fearless Food is that particular, rare kind of cookery book: it is irresistible. The fusion of Ms Booth’s culinary experience, and her culinary questing, means that I will cook every single recipe in the book and I will do so knowing that every recipe will deliver – McKenna’s Guides
This is real food for real cooks with recipes that will stand the test of time- keep this on your shelf, and you’ll barely need anything else – FOOD&WINE Magazine
If you would like to order a copy of ‘Fearless Food’, you can do so using the link above. The cost of the book is €25. If you have any questions, please contact Dublin Cookery School on +353 (01) 210 0555 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org