HarperCollins has landed the fourth book from celebrity chef and restaurateur Marcus Wareing.
Publishing director Katya Shipster acquired world all language rights to Marcus' Kitchen from M&C Saatchi Merlin. The book will publish on 28th October 2021.
The publisher said: "More than ever before, our kitchens are the hives of our households; places to spend precious time together, unwind, celebrate and revel in the joys of well-cooked, delicious food. Packed with 120 recipes, Marcus’ Kitchen showcases the food that he loves to create and share at home with his family and friends. From delicious weeknight suppers and weekend wonders, to showstopping dishes and special desserts, there is something satisfying and flavoursome on every page.
"With chapters including Worth the Wait, introducing the art of slow-cooking; Market Garden, featuring a wealth of vibrant vegetable recipes; and Simply Essential, showing you how to supercharge your staples and leftovers, this book shares Marcus’ huge knowledge and expertise to help you create incredible dishes. These include his rosemary and malt-glazed lamb belly; nduja and feta ravioli; peach, radicchio and smoked almond salad; and St Clement’s treacle tart. Alongside the recipes he loves, Marcus also reveals the very best techniques, tips, tricks and processes he has learned throughout his career, so you can master all of your dishes with confidence, no matter what the skillset."
Wareing said: "I am thrilled to announce my forthcoming book, Marcus’ Kitchen which is all about my favourite home-cooked recipes. This is the food that I love to create and share at home with family and friends. This book was written by my wife Jane and I during lockdown and we used the contents of our home kitchen and the garden to inspire many of the recipes in this book. This past year more than ever, we have come together in our kitchens to sit, eat, unwind and have conversations and fun with our family and friends and so this book incorporates some incredibly satisfying and flavoursome dishes on every page for you to enjoy. I hope the tips, tricks and techniques I have included help give you confidence in your own kitchens and help you to create some memorable meals!"
Shipster added: "I'm immensely proud to be Marcus' publisher. In a year that has seen our food and shopping habits and choices pivot so quickly, Marcus has reflected these changes in this clever and inspirational recipe book. It follows the ebb and flow of the new week, and covers everything from speedy working-from-home lunches, to meals that are worth the wait, as well as tips on using our larders cleverly and effectively without compromising on flavour."