100 Glorious Recipes Celebrating the Best of Italian Ingredients
If there ever were an Englishman you would trust to guide you around the cooking of Italy, it would be Theo Randall [...] and if ever there were a cookbook for our times, it is The Italian Deli. * The Times * With original, simple recipes, the internationally renowned chef shows you how to turn these store-bought yet transformative ingredients into easy lunches, supper and dinner party centrepieces. * The Independent * If you're making the same risottos and pasta dishes over and over, then this book is for you. * BBC Good Food * A celebration of fabulous Italian ingredients and Italian delis. * Delicious * Theo Randall's new book explores the transformative power of having a treasure trove of classic Italian ingredients in the fridge and store cupboard. * Sainsbury's magazine * Theo's delicious family recipes celebrate the best of Italian ingredients. * Homes and Gardens * A lockdown essential for all of us who crave the flavours of Italy in our cooking. * Italia * A celebration of ingredients and the spirit of Italian cooking, the recipes are easy and delightful, always delivering a burst of flavour. * Irish Country Magazine *
Theo Randall started working at the River Cafe in 1989. After a brief stint at Chez Panisse under Alice Waters, he returned to London to take up the role of Head Chef at the River Cafe, and remained there for 15 years. He left in 2006 to launch his first restaurant, Theo Randall at the Intercontinental, which now has two more locations in Hong Kong and Bangkok. Theo has appeared on Saturday Kitchen on numerous occasions, Masterchef, Sunday Brunch, Lorraine, Chef's Protege, and My Kitchen Rules. He also works with high-profile brands including Natoora, Coco Di Mama and Ask Italian. He has written two previous cookbooks, Pasta and My Simple Italian.