Gastrogeek What to eat when you're hard up, hungry or in a hurry Rejina Sabur-Cross

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    280 x 200 x 16mm
    31 Jan 2013
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Gastro Girl to the Rescue offers savvy, imaginative solutions to everyday culinary conundrums. Rejina’s innovative photographic comic strip-style approach to common kitchen dilemmas, coupled with 100 inventive and unique recipes, will help you avert a cookery crisis and knock-up a fuss-free meal in no-time. Be it a feast to impress your boss, a restorative supper after a hectic day or a dish to suit restrictive diets, Rejina has the answer. Her exciting and original recipes include BBQ Ribs in Dr Pepper, Super Deluxe Triple Cooked Chips with a Truffle-fried Duck Egg, Curried Roast Bone Marrow with a Blood Orange Salad, Gujerati-style Dahl of Dreams and Lychee, Lime and Cardamom Tart. Don’t panic, the solution is here.

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'The respectable face of food writing' Tom Parker Bowles

'A future blogging star' Telegraph

'Filled with imaginative and easy to follow recipes, she combines mouth watering prose with delicious recipe ideas' Olive magazine

'Multifarious influences give her dishes a freshness others lack' Metro

'Like many bloggers, Rejina Sabur-Cross combines wit with a chatty, informal approach to food writing' Food Book of the Week, Mail Online

'She is edgy, cheeky and a little rebellious. The layout of her cookbook is funky...She knows how to cook'
The Breeze, New Zealand

Rejina Sabur-Cross is a British-Bengali freelance food writer and blogger living in East London. She has written for various publications including The Guardian, Channel 4 Food, The Evening Standard, The Independent, Olive magazine, and Waitrose Kitchen. Check for updates on her culinary adventures