Beaumaris Books

Beaumaris Books
In association with Penguin Books Australia
Proudly presents an evening with
Cooking sensation from The Little Paris Kitchen
Rachel Khoo

When: Thursday 12th March 2015, 7.30pm
Where: MALT CAFÉ,
23-25 South Concourse, Beaumaris
Cost: $60 includes admission, finger food
AND a copy of one of Rachel’s books
Beverages at bar prices.
**Phone credit card bookings accepted**
Phone: 9589 4638
E-mail: read@beaumarisbooks.com.au
Bookings Essential
Rachel Khoo became an overnight sensation when her first book and television series, SBS Food’s ‘The Little Paris Kitchen’ launched in 2012.

Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook is the TV tie-in to Rachel's new cookery series for SBS, ‘Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook: Cosmopolitan Cook’ to air on Thursdays at 7.30pm from 2 April 2015.

Leaving behind her tiny kitchen in Paris to embark on new culinary adventures, Rachel Khoo keeps her notebook right by her side; it is where she records all her recipes, ideas, photographs and illustrations of food.
Now the inspiring Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook is available to live in your kitchen too.

Packed to the brim with 100 standout recipes, full-colour photography and Rachel’s very own sketches, this latest collection of recipes sees Rachel move on from French cooking to give a brilliant, varied collection of recipes from her travels.

Out and about, in places all over the world, Rachel finds the most delicious fare, recording it all in her kitchen notebook. Discover her Slow-roasted pork belly with sloe gin, Smoked haddock hash with cornichon crème fraiche, Cauliflower cheese burgers, Pickled pear, lentil and gorgonzola salad, Cherry-glazed lamb shanks with pilaf, Pistachio and pomegranate cake, Honey-roasted peach crème Catalana and Black Forest gateau bowls.

The resulting recipes in Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook are exciting and varied, each one crafted with Rachel’s inventive twists. This delightful book quite simply shows how Rachel Khoo cooks in her kitchen, taking inspiration from wherever she is in the world.

Written by Andrew Martin — February 26, 2015