This is a handbook for anybody who enjoys simple, honest food but can do without the foam, fuss and trickery it's often served with.
It's also about the other elements that make a great meal: honed hosting skills, sourcing the best produce and using the sharpest kitchen kit. Plus, Monocle offer a global hit-list of must-visit restaurants from Adelaide to Zurich and the freshest markets, shops and producers.
This is essential reading for anyone who wants to turn their love of food into a livelihood. Expect advice on everything from starting a bar to rolling out a restaurant chain or penning a cookbook. There are also recipes from Monocle's favourite restaurants, plus a selection of time-tested dishes developed by the team in Monocle's London kitchen.
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag
Format: 400 pages. full colour
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