The Sugar Club Cookbook

By Peter Gordon

Original Publisher
Hodder & Stoughton
Date of publication
1997
ISBN
1579590063

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Written by imaginative chef Peter Gordon, owner of Britain’s Sugar Club restaurant, this eclectic cookbook mixes the flavors of Eastern and Western cuisine to create delectable original recipes. Use Gordon’s “magpie technique” to combine favorite foods into amazing dishes like Crab & Prawn Wonton.

Recommended by

Michele Cranston

Food stylist and magazine food editor

I love Peter Gordon's food. It's always been delicious, exciting and packed with the flavours that I adore. I think its the slightly crazy Antipodean mix that I'm drawn to but then who could say no to a bowl of spiced laksa or chilli and rocket mussels, plantain fritters or beef pesto. These are all recipes with gusto, as is the sweet chilli sauce, which is still a constant in my fridge.

Catherine Phipps

Food writer and author

I browse through this book now and am always struck by the number of ingredients and ways of cooking them it introduced me to. I love fusion food when it is done thoughtfully and with Peter Gordon I never feel as though anything is extraneous. It was all a bit of an eye opener.

Natasha MacAller

Chef

Chef Peter Gordon considered "The Father of Fusion Cuisine" in the UK, this breakthrough book is tucked full of spice-filled mouth-watering recipes.

Nathan Outlaw

Chef/Restaurateur

Anna Hansen

Founding Director, Modern Pantry

Chantal Coady

Founder of Rococo Chocolates

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