In Modern Classics, Australia's bestselling food writer Donna Hay takes the food from the past we love the most and makes it irresistibly new. Then she looks at what's the best of the new and turns it into a cooking classic.
Coleslaw gets a well-deserved makeover while free-form ratatouille tart enters the classics category. Chicken soup comes of age again while the fresh, crunchy and healthy rice paper roll makes its debut.
Modem Classics is set to become the contemporary commonsense cookbook of a new generation and an indispensable handbook to those of cooking age now. More practical inspiration from Donna Hay.
About the Author
At the age of eight, Donna Hay skipped into a kitchen, picked up a mixing bowl and never looked back. Donna Hay is Australia's leading food editor and bestselling cookbook author. Her food, recipes and styling focus on basic ingredients that are simly prepared and beautifully photographed hallmarks of her work which have set the benchmark for food publishing worldwide and inspired a whole new generation of cooks. Donna's career as a food writer and sylist began when she was 19. She was appointed food editor of marie claire when she was 25 and soon became food editor of "marie claire lifestyle", too. In 2001 she launched "donna hay magazine", a highly acclaimed, top-selling bi-monthly food magazine with tremendous local succes and far-reaching international appeal. With Donna as editor-in-chief, the magazine has more than 730,000 Australian readers each issue and has subscribers in 82 countries.
“Donna Hay’s cookbooks are gorgeous… packed with scrumptious, sumptuous color photographs. They positively make you want to cook.”