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Competition: Stirring Slowly

Georgina Hayden shares some recipes from her new book Stirring Slowly.

competition

Competition: Stirring Slowly

Georgina Hayden shares some recipes from her new book Stirring Slowly.

Competition: Stirring Slowly | DonalSkehan.com, Georgina Hayden shares some recipes from her new book Stirring Slowly.
Thursday, July 21, 2016
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Georgina Hayden is a food writer, stylist and illustrator with a CV hard to wrap your head around. She has just released her new book, Stirring Slowly, and I have a copy up for grabs! * Now closed.*

 

Georgina Hayden is a food writer, stylist and illustrator with a CV hard to wrap your head around. She has just released her new book, Stirring Slowly, and I have a copy up for grabs! * Now closed.*

 

Georgina inherited her passion for food from her Greek Cypriot family, especially her two grandmothers and cake loving mum.

Having studied at art school she went on to work at Delicious and Sainsbury’s magazines and then joined the Jamie Oliver team where she has worked for over a decade. She has a passion for national cuisine as well as baking and desserts which you’ll find a lot of in her new book. © All recipes below extracted from Stirring Slowly by Georgina Hayden, published by Square Peg – £20.

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Georgina inherited her passion for food from her Greek Cypriot family, especially her two grandmothers and cake loving mum.

Having studied at art school she went on to work at Delicious and Sainsbury’s magazines and then joined the Jamie Oliver team where she has worked for over a decade. She has a passion for national cuisine as well as baking and desserts which you’ll find a lot of in her new book. © All recipes below extracted from Stirring Slowly by Georgina Hayden, published by Square Peg – £20.

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The book is filled with nostalgic, comforting recipes inspired by her childhood, travel and many years simply being surrounded by amazing food. She uses seasonal, nourishing ingredients when possible and this Roasted Cauliflower and Coconut Soup is a perfect example.

Continue to the recipe for Roasted Cauliflower and Coconut Soup…

The book is filled with nostalgic, comforting recipes inspired by her childhood, travel and many years simply being surrounded by amazing food. She uses seasonal, nourishing ingredients when possible and this Roasted Cauliflower and Coconut Soup is a perfect example.

Continue to the recipe for Roasted Cauliflower and Coconut Soup…

She also has a section of recipes perfect for sharing with friends and family. They all have a little twist, taking a recipe from an average dish to something with a Georgina twist. Take the humble roast chicken as an example. Her version is slathered in a harissa butter and served with cracked wheat.

Continue to the recipe for Roast Harissa Butter Chicken with Cracked Wheat…

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She also has a section of recipes perfect for sharing with friends and family. They all have a little twist, taking a recipe from an average dish to something with a Georgina twist. Take the humble roast chicken as an example. Her version is slathered in a harissa butter and served with cracked wheat.

Continue to the recipe for Roast Harissa Butter Chicken with Cracked Wheat…

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And last but not least…Dessert! No cookbook is complete without a great baking chapter and Stirring Slowly certainly delivers! If this summertime stack is anything to go by, your treat needs are well and truly sorted.

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of the book, all you have to do is leave me a comment letting me know what your favourite summer dessert is and subscribe to my newsletter here. * NB -This part is essential for contacting the winner. *

Continue to the recipe for Georgina’s British Summertime Stack…

And last but not least…Dessert! No cookbook is complete without a great baking chapter and Stirring Slowly certainly delivers! If this summertime stack is anything to go by, your treat needs are well and truly sorted.

To be in with a chance of winning a copy of the book, all you have to do is leave me a comment letting me know what your favourite summer dessert is and subscribe to my newsletter here. * NB -This part is essential for contacting the winner. *

Continue to the recipe for Georgina’s British Summertime Stack…

  • Sinéad Dunne

    I love to make smores with marshmallows.
    Its the ultimate summer desert. Please pick me for the Cook book competition

  • Monica

    My fave way to use marshmallows is making Nigella’s Instant Chocolate Mousse recipe, where she uses mini marshmallows. It’s extremely rich and indulgent! :)

  • Jade McDonald

    I love the ‘Mookies’ you have on your website!! Discovered them last week, made them at the weekend and they are the best!! Also, can’t go wrong with mini ones in a hot chocolate with cream! x

  • CoolHandLuc

    Thanks for the recipes!!! My favorite way to use marshmallows is in a classic s’more, but with super high quality dark chocolate and my own homemade graham crackers, and perhaps a slice of fresh ripe strawberry tucked in there too. I would LOVE a copy of your cookbook!!! ❤️

  • Smaira

    My favourite summer time dessert has to be Pavlova, covered in fresh whipped cream and decorated with the sweetest strawberries!

  • Edel Ní Riain

    My favourite summer-time dessert is Iced Raspberry Greek-yoghurt brûlée. The goodness of a lovely brûlée with the added bonus of fresh raspberries

  • kileen

    Basil ice cream- I had it on holiday and have been thinking of it ever since!

  • Jayne Courtney

    Roasted cajun salmon…no, Lemon bars…..no, chicken parmigiana…..no anything with pesto……can’t decide!

  • JJ Chen

    my favourite summer time dessert would be cheesecakes! Love them all ways – baked, non-baked, New York, Japanese, Citrus-y, & especially the pretty looking minature lemon curd cheesecakes on this site!