Lorraine Pascale is famous for her simple, delicious recipes to suit every occasion. and her new book,  How To Be a Better Cook, is no exception. In it, Lorraine really showcases her skills for easy meals, offering kitchen shortcuts that help you create absolutely scrumptious food every time.
Whether you’re rustling up a cosy romantic supper or a big family feast, Lorraine will share her secrets, from good knife technique to quick tricks for stand-out presentation. Her book is full of her warm personality and each page is packed with encouragement for everyone, from beginner to those with a little more experience. Her mouth-watering recipes will inspire you to try new flavours and new techniques. 
In her self-confessed unconventional book, Lorraine draws on cuisines from Italian to West Indian and caters for life as we live it – on the hop and mixing it up as we go along. Catering for all types of occasions including hen parties, she also gives old favourites like a Sunday roast chicken dinner a bit of 
a twist.
With her chic snacks like chorizo and lemongrass puff pastry or stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts, ginger and hoisin sauce you will be able to impress family and friends with your new found cooking skills.
Beautifully presented and packed with photos and lots of useful tips, this guide to creating effort-free food in your home is a must-have.
The book ties in with her new prime-time BBC Two series in which she helps people to live up to a wide range of cookery challenges.
How To Be A Better Cook by Lorraine Pascale (HarperCollins, £25).



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