Caravan: Dining All Day

Author(s): Chris Ammerman

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Caravan is London's award-winning, hugely popular collection of restaurants, famous for bringing all-day dining to the UK. With Dining All Day, Caravan has the whole day covered. It begins with morning brews, healthy breakfasts and unbeatable brunches; next up are fresh lunchtime salads, soups, vegetables and grains, then a pause for afternoon bakes, before rounding the day off with stunning dinners, puddings and of course cocktails on the side. Founded by New Zealanders Chris Ammermann, Laura Harper-Hinton and Miles Kirby, Caravan embodies an antipodean, 'well-travelled' food culture and with this book you can get exactly what you are craving at any time of day. The ethos is bold flavours and global influences, relaxed and approachable recipes, vibrant and healthy ingredients. Caravan is about living and eating well.

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"Even if you haven't visited one of Caravan's popular and award-winning restaurants or coffee roasters, this book - filled with 100 delicious Antipodean dishes to take you from morning coffee to lunch and after-dinner drinks - is sure to whet your appetite" * Week * "The emphasis here is on vibrant, global flavours, sharing plates and all day dining... This is one book you'll really want to cook from" * Delicious *

Laura Harper-Hinton (Author) Laura Harper-Hinton is the founder and creative director of Caravan. She loves beautiful food and design, grey, and her tape measure. Miles Kirby (Author) Miles Kirby is the founder and chef director of Caravan. He loves all things food and drink, beautiful spaces and efficient storage solutions. Chris Ammermann (Author) Chris Ammermann is the founder and operations director of Caravan. He loves people, hospitality and a good system.

General Fields

  • : 9781910931233
  • : Vintage Publishing
  • : Square Peg
  • : June 2017
  • : 262mm X 192mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : August 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 641.5
  • : 304
  • : Chris Ammerman
  • : Hardback