Winter Food

(Kyle Cathie) 2005.

Cold weather provokes appetite; food eaten in a warm kitchen provides sustenance and comfort. The book draws on winter traditions from all quarters of the globe to offer warming dishes to counter the seasonal chill.

Her new book positively glows with enthusiasm for the kind of produce that comes into season during winter, and the kind of recipes that go with it.’ (Carolyn Hart, Telegraph Magazine)

The produce of autumn and winter is seldom welcomed with much enthusiasm but Jill Norman has just written a wonderful book to remind us that there is much to get excited about.’ (Darina Allen, Irish Examiner)

The great Jill Norman has produced Winter Food, which ranges from well-loved British staples such as Lancashire hotpot to Cuban roast pork.’ (Fiona Beckett, Decanter)

Beautifully written and full of delicious things.’ (Philippa Davenport, The Financial Times)