A pause for inspiration

ETP Towers is moving house this week, so there’s not much time for cooking, photographing and sharing. Indeed, in a few moments I’m dismantling the contents of the kitchen cupboards. Which is all a way of saying that there will be no updates on Earth to Plate until next week.

In the meantime, we leave you with some culinary inspiration: a few of our favourite cookbooks. We have quite a lot of cookbooks, though I wouldn’t call us collectors. And often they’re just used to spark ideas rather than treated as definitive recipes.

We get a lot from each of them, in their own way. Some aren’t vegetarian cookbooks (Geetie’s book from the Duke of Cambridge gastropub in North London), while some are high-end dining (step forward Chef Trotter), some are simple suggestions (Mr Oliver), some stick to one continent (Classic Indian…), while some rove around the world (Celia Brooks Brown’s book). But we’ve taken something from each. Look ’em up and maybe you’ll find something you like.

Right. Ta-ra for now. See you on the other side.

One Comment to “A pause for inspiration”

  1. Lovely collection! I finally got my hands on For the Love of Food and I am positive smitten by so many of the recipes.. now the problem is which to try first! 🙂

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