Author(s): Levi Roots
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Sugar and spice and all things nice. Levi's latest collection of recipes is all about indulgence. From luscious cakes and bakes, to creamy puds, from cool ice-creams to wicked cocktails, this is food to share and make everyone feel good. What does sweet mean to you? It could be those sweet moments by yourself, watching TV and getting out the popcorn or having a nice chunk of cake or a chocolate bar. Or it could be a celebration. Your birthday's arrived - and that means it's everybody's birthday. From Almond Cake with Lime and Cardamom Syrup or Salted Caramel Cheesecake to Pears in Ginger Syrup and Mango Bellini, the recipes here are about celebrating and sharing, getting together and enjoying the moment with great food.
A fifth cookbook from this bestselling author - Levi has sold more than 350,000 books worldwide; Over 100 recipes that add that special Levi style to traditional favourites or describe totally new taste sensations to complete a meal or star in a teatime Great for creating family treats that everyone will love; Exciting new design look; Backed by a major publicity campaign to tie-in with other Levi Roots branded merchandise.
Easy-to-follow recipes for anyone with a sweet tooth, Levi Roots' cookbook will make you the highlight of every dinner party. Great photogrphs let you know if you are on the right track, but since all the recipes are delicious, even an imperfect sweet dish is still pretty good.
Elisa, Book Grocer
Levi Roots first came to public attention when he conquered the dragons on the BBC television series 'Dragons' Den', winning backing for his Reggae Reggae Sauce business. The Reggae Reggae brand has since gone from strength to strength, with many new sauces and other foods being added to the range. Levi's primetime BBC television series and bestselling book - Caribbean Food Made Easy - followed, making Levi one of the nation's most popular cooks. Levi was brought up in Jamaica by his grandparents before joining his parents in Brixton, London, when he was 11 years old. He was taught to cook by his grandmother as a child and has enjoyed preparing Jamaican food for his family and friends ever since. He has had a long career as a musician, receiving a nomination for a prestigious MOBO award in 1998. He has a cafe and takeaway, and every summer runs his popular Rasta'raunt - a stall selling Caribbean food and his famous sauce at the Notting Hill Carnival.
Introduction Cakes Biscuits & Bars Pies & Tarts Creamy Baked & Steamed Fresh & Fruity BBQ Ices Sweets Drinks Index