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A review of ‘Plenty More’, by Yotam Ottolenghi. If you can make sense of this cook’s unpronounceable ingredients, you should have a delicious meal

27 September 2014

8:00 AM

27 September 2014

8:00 AM

Plenty More Yotam Ottolenghi

Ebury Press, pp.352, £24, ISBN: 9780091957155

It would be a mistake to treat Plenty More, the new cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi, merely as a collection of recipes. It is a collection of recipes, as it happens, and very good ones, but it’s more the epitome of a world view, a way of life, a vision of contemporary Britain.

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