Cook the Book is a book club with a difference, and we're delighted to be joined by Chris Honor of ChrisKitch, following the launch of his cookbook ChrisKitch: Big Flavours from a Small Kitchen.
He'll be cooking from his acclaimed cookbook, and this is a chance to meet Chris, share his enthusiasm for great food, and to taste his dishes.
What people say about his cooking:
'Stripped-back and simple....every dish carries flavour and texture'
The Sunday Times
'You know this food, this shameless, sensory largess, will make you feel very good about yourself'
Jay Rayner, The Observer
'Fresh, innovative and delicious'
The Telegraph - Book of the week
'A nailed-on culinary genius running the most rewarding small local restaurant I have encountered in years'
When & Where
With a degree in Theology and no culinary ability whatsoever, Rachel's passion for cooking started while on VSO in Zambia. Having never cooked before, she was forced to rethink her life in a village with no supermarket.
So, she started baking her own bread, making granita using lemons from her garden, and the rest, as they say, is history.
After graduating in Cuisine and Patisserie from Le Cordon Bleu, Rachel went on to work with some of London's most inspiring chefs at Galvin Bistro de Luxe in Baker Street, and Lanka Patisserie in Primrose Hill.
In June 2010 Rachel started Rachel’s Kitchen as a way to share her passion for great food using quality ingredients.
She has since taught thousands of people the confidence to create delicious dishes in the kitchen, and was delighted that Rachel's Kitchen was awarded a Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2016.
With her relaxed approach, fun teaching style and hearty flavours, Rachel has become the chef of choice for both private and corporate clients, and for brushing up on your cooking skills whilst smiling at the same time.