Julie says: “We've put our favourites in here, our 'best-evers', and heaps of different ways with vegetables the sort of food we eat most nights and which we love to share with family and friends. We are led by what's in the garden or what's in season, and with a few good additions, such as extra virgin olive oil, spices and seasonings, it's easy to create delicious and memorable food.”
'There are so many really great mid-week meals in Shared Kitchen that you can whip up when you're short of time, ingredients, or dollars. We love to use seasonal produce because it's fresher and helps keep the cost down,' says Ilaria.
Julie has a legion of loyal fans who have followed her for years, and for very good reason: her recipes work and the food tastes so good. Then there's the unique conversation that goes on between this mother and daughter duo. 'We just love talking about food and cooking together,' says Ilaria.
Memories from their travels spark ideas, as does Ilaria's Italian heritage, complementing Julie's wealth of knowledge and formal training. The extensive recipe notes that Shared Kitchen fans have come to love, ingredient alternatives for those less common items, and a seven-page glossary further enhance this remarkable book.
If you want to become a culinary legend in the eyes of your friends and family, come join the fun and deliciousness in Julie and Ilaria Biuso's Shared Kitchen.
The emphasis is fairly and squarely on showing how to achieve food that looks just as good as it does in the photographs taken by talented food photographer Manja Wachsmuth.