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BOOKS & CO - A Year of Sundays A cookbook, a conversation, and reflections on the world around me- By Belinda Jeffery

BOOKS & CO - A Year of Sundays A cookbook, a conversation, and reflections on the world around me- By Belinda Jeffery

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Join Belinda Jeffery for A Year of Sundays as she shares the recipes, musings and memories that inspire her cooking. A collection of Belinda’s much-adored and anticipated Sunday morning Instagram posts accompanied by beautiful recipes, A Year of Sundays is as much a conversation with a friend as it is a cookbook.

Follow Belinda’s gentle guidance through recipes gathered from her cooking school on the Far North Coast of New South Wales, to those crafted from the harvests of local producers and her own garden, and others embellished with the imprint of personal memories.

Cooking from the heart to relish in the beauty of just-picked produce or to simply indulge a craving, Belinda imparts her recipes with both encouragement and genuine joy. From her reassuring instruction in the art of pastry and baking to her relaxed approach to everyday dishes made from the freshest ingredients, A Year of Sundays is a cookbook for all occasions, all kitchens and all cooks.

About the Author

Even when I was just a little girl, I always knew that cooking was what I wanted to do, or as I used to tell my mum, Cooee, “When I grow up, I’m going to be a ‘cooka’ in the kitchen.” Little did I realise just how true those words would prove to be! Although they’re now many years ago, I still have such clear memories of those special times with my mum. As she cooked, I would stand on a chair beside her and insist on having my own bowl and spoon then make my very own version of whatever she was cooking. 

As time went by, I just kept on cooking. When I was ten mum bought Margaret Fulton’s first big cookbook and that was a real turning point for me. I would immerse myself in it during the week and then on the week-ends practice what I’d read. 

All through my teens I continued to cook. I cooked when I was happy and I cooked when I was sad; I cooked when I was in love, (and cooked even more when I was out of love!); I cooked to avoid studying and so on it went. Then finally the great day came when I actually started to do it for a living! First in restaurants, then writing for magazines, then onto teaching, television, radio and finally, and to me most importantly, the thing I love most of all…writing cookbooks.

I’d love to think that you use my website and my books a bit like the way I cooked with my mum. To feel that I’m there beside you in the kitchen and that we are both sharing the special joy that comes from cooking and learning together.

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