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  • Posted on July 23, 2014

    Linda Jones on the Create & Craft Show!

    We're so pleased to announce that author Linda Jones (whose books include the fantastic Creating Wire & Beaded Jewelry) will be appearing on Create & Craft TV (Ideal Shopping Channel) this Saturday (26th July) at 3pm!

    Wire crafting, beading and jewelry making expert, Linda is a great instructor and her work is beautiful, so make sure that you tune in this weekend to watch her demonstration!

    Linda Jones has authored numerous great craft titles for CICO Books. Her most recent is Wire & Bead Celtic Jewelry.

    Happy jewelry crafting everyone!


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  • Posted on July 18, 2014

    Recipe for the Weekend

    Well what a lovely week it has been! We've got some great plans for this weekend and all of our digits crossed in the hope for the sunny weather to continue on through. So this week we have a brilliant recipe that you can literally throw together in minutes and enjoy as a quick lunch or a light dinner; Smoked Mackerel and Bulghur Wheat Salad. Taken from the Salads & Dressings book in our Easy Kitchen range, this recipe is sure to be super simple and totally yummy! Happy Weekend Everyone!

    smoked mackerel and bulghur wheat salad

    The creamy horseradish dressing is a fabulous complement to the richness of the smoked mackerel, while the raw vegetables add crunch and colour.

    60 g/ 1/2 cup bulghur wheat

    1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice

    1 tablespoon snipped chives

    1/2 yellow bell pepper, deseeded and diced

    8 radishes, sliced

    75 g/3 oz. baby spinach leaves, rinsed

    150 g/5–6 oz. smoked mackerel fillets, flaked from the skin and checked for small bones

    Dressing

    3 tablespoons fromage frais or sour cream

    2 teaspoons horseradish sauce

    1 teaspoon snipped chives

    freshly ground black pepper

    serves 2

    Cook the bulghur wheat in a saucepan of lightly salted boiling water for 15 minutes or until tender. Drain, then mix with the lemon juice, chives, yellow pepper and radishes.

    Divide the spinach leaves between serving bowls, spoon the bulghur wheat on top, then add the flaked smoked mackerel.

    Mix the dressing ingredients together and drizzle over the fish. and serve immediately.

     

    The Easy Kitchen: Salads & Dressings is available here.

     

    Have a lovely weekend everybody!


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  • Posted on July 16, 2014

    Natural Wine launch party!

    Earlier this week, we were celebrating not only Bastille Day but also the launch of Isabelle Legeron MW’s new book, Natural Wine! With the aim of making natural wine accessible to all, this lovely book provides the perfect introduction to everything you need to know about the production of natural wine and how to enjoy it. The launch took place at Elliots Café in Borough Market and they had prepared the most amazing canapés including melt-in-your-mouth queen scallops with preserved lemon butter, Isle of Mull cheddar cheese croquettes and delicious herby sausages.

    Isabelle reads a quote from Bernard Noblet, of Domaine de la Romanée Conti: 'It is only when you stand at the edge of the precipice that you have the most beautiful view'

    But of course the star of the show was Isabelle and her selection of natural wines, which were all delicious. This is what we enjoyed:

    FIZZ

    Vignes de l’Angevin, Fêtembulles, Loire, France, 2012

    Chenin Blanc | No added sulphites

    Domaine Breton, Vouvray Pétillant Naturel Moustillant, Loire, France, 2012

    Chenin Blanc | No added sulphites

    selection of natural wines

    WHITE

    Cascina degli Ulivi, Semplicemente Vino, Piedmont, Italy, 2013

    Cortese | No added sulphites

    Domaine Léon Barral, Vin de Pays de l’Hérault, Languedoc, France, 2013

    Terret | No added sulphites

    Alexandre Bain, Spring, Pouilly Fumé, Loire, France, 2012

    Sauvignon Blanc | No added sulphites

    Domaine Milan, Le Grand Blanc, Provence, France, 2010

    Grenache, Roussanne, Muscat & Rolle | Total sulphites: 20 mg/L

     

    RED

    Clos Fantine, Faugères, Languedoc, France, 2012

    Carigan blend | No added sulphites

    Clos Ouvert, Huasa, Maule, Chile, 2011

    País | Total sulphites: 15 mg/L

    Here are a few more photos from the evening for you all to have a look at!

    Some of the excellent canapés provided by Elliots

    Isabelle signs a copy of Natural Wine with her partner Deborah

    Who likes Natural Wine?

    Best served chilled!

    Elliots were wonderful hosts!

    Natural Wine, looking lovely

    We had a great turn-out for an excellent evening

    This was a lovely evening spent enjoying some of life's finer things and we all learnt a little bit more about natural wine too! Congratulations Isabelle!

     

    Natural Wine by Isabelle Legeron MW is available here.

     


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  • Posted on July 14, 2014

    Vive La France!

    Today marks Bastille Day, or as they say across the channel, La Fête Nationale! To celebrate our near neighbours and their fabulous style, we wanted to share with you this lovely project from Amélie Morin-Fontaine’s Home-Sewn French Style. This Baguette Bag is the perfect combo of rustic and refined, and will add that touch of country-class to any kitchen.

    baguette bag

    Many French idiomatic expressions refer to bread: ne pas manger de ce pain là (“I won’t eat that kind of bread,” meaning I won’t have to do anything with it), ça ne mange pas de pain (“no need to feed it bread,” meaning it does not cost anything), avoir du pain sur la planche (“to have bread on one’s board,” meaning to have a lot on one’s plate), and so on. We French have a love affair with bread. A drawstring bag can be found in many French kitchens to keep the daily baguettes fresh—so go ahead and make this project for your own kitchen!

    Skill level: *

    Sewing time: 1 hour

    Take 5/8-in. (1.5cm) seam allowances unless otherwise stated.

     

    You will need

    Two 30 x 9-in. (76 x 23cm) rectangles of striped fabric

    45 in. (114 cm) beige cord, approx. 1/4 in. (5 mm) in diameter

    Sewing machine

    Basic sewing kit

    Matching sewing threads

    1. Treat all raw edges of both rectangles of fabric to prevent fraying, using pinking shears, a zigzag stitch, or serging (overlocking).

    2. With right sides together, aligning the edges and the printed stripes, pin the rectangles of fabric together along one short side and both long sides. Measuring 2¾ in. (7 cm) from the unpinned short side, make a mark on both long sides with tailor’s chalk or a water-soluble pencil. Measure 1½ in. (4 cm) from these marks and make another mark. Stitch around the three pinned sides, interrupting your stitching  between the marks. Clip the corners and press the seams open.

    3. Along the top edge, fold over 5/8 in. (1.5 cm) to the wrong side and press. Fold over another 1¾  in. (4.5 cm), forming a channel to thread the cord through. Pin and stitch close to the bottom of the folded over fabric. Turn the bag right side out.

    4. Cut the cord in half. Attach a safety pin to one end of one cord. Feed the cord into the opening on the left-hand side of the bag and all the way around the channel until it comes out at the lefthand side again. Repeat with the other cord on the right-hand side of the bag.

    5. Knot the two ends of cord on each side in a double knot. If necessary, to prevent the cord from fraying, wrap the same color of thread around the rope end several times, pull tight, and secure with a couple of knots. Repeat on all four cord ends.

     

    Tip: Be sure to use a fabric that will withstand high temperatures, as you will have to wash the bag regularly.

     

    Home-Sewn French Styleby Amélie Morin-Fontaine is available here.

    So whether you'll be toasting La France with a glass of their national fizz, or perhaps enjoying some crusty bread smothered with brie, we raise our glass to yours and say 'Santé!'

     


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  • Posted on July 11, 2014

    Recipe for the Weekend!

    With the arrival of the weekend, and its not-so-stellar weather forecast, we’re looking forward to a long Sunday brunch with some good pals – the kind that turns into afternoon tea and then somehow it’s dinnertime and you’ve spent the day pottering in the kitchen, reading the papers and chatting away! With this in mind, we’ve picked a recipe from Pickled & Packed by Valerie Aikman-Smith that we know will be perfect for brunch, and both the kimchi and the hot sauce can be made well in advance for optimum paper-reading time!

    Spicy Kimchi Hash Browns with Poached Eggs

    If you are having friends over for Sunday brunch, you must make these glorious hash browns, served with a Bloody Mary. The kimchi gives the hash browns crunch and spice. Topped with gooey poached eggs and sprinkled with aromatic herbs, Sunday couldn’t be better.

    1 large Russet potato, washed and grated, skin on

    2 garlic cloves, finely minced

    160 g Spicy Kimchi (see below)

    3 tablespoons olive oil, plus extra to serve

    4 eggs

    1 tablespoon vinegar

    a bunch of Thai basil or regular basil, torn

    a small bunch of flat leaf parsley, torn

    TO SERVE

    sea salt and cracked black pepper

    Texan Hot Sauce (see below)

    SERVES 4

     

    Place the grated potato, garlic, and kimchi in a large bowl and mix together. Season with salt and pepper.

    Heat a large cast-iron frying pan over medium–high heat and add the olive oil. When the oil starts to sizzle, add the potato-kimchi mix and brown for 2 minutes. Reduce the heat and continue to cook, stirring occasionally, for another 6–8 minutes. You want the hash browns to be crispy and browned.

    Crack the eggs into separate small bowls. Fill a medium frying pan three-quarters of the way up with water. Add a tablespoon of vinegar and place over medium heat until bubbles start to form in the bottom. Carefully pour the eggs one at a time into the water, making sure they are spaced apart. Cook for 4 minutes, then remove with a slotted spoon, gently shaking off any excess water. Rest on a large plate.

    Divide the hash browns between 4 plates or serving skillets (as shown) and top each with an egg. Sprinkle with torn Thai basil and parsley leaves. Drizzle with a little olive oil and finish with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Serve with Texan Hot Sauce for a tangy kick.

     

    Spicy Kimchi

    You really can use any fruit or vegetable to make Kimchi. In Korean markets it is most often made with different kinds of cabbage. I sometimes make it with chard or kale and add Indian spices.

    1 small Napa cabbage, halved

    1 small Savoy cabbage, halved and core removed

    150 g sea salt

    3 medium carrots, grated

    4 spring onions, thinly sliced

    a 5-cm piece of ginger, peeled and grated

    4 radishes, grated

    2 Persian cucumbers, grated

    120 ml rice wine vinegar

    2 tablespoons fish sauce

    2 tablespoons Sambal Olek Chile Paste

    sterilized glass jars with airtight lids

    Makes 950 ml

    Cut the cabbages into 2.5-cm strips and put in a large ceramic bowl. Dissolve the salt in 1.4 litres water and pour over the cabbage. Cover with clingfilm and let stand at room temperature for 8–24 hours.

    Drain the cabbage and place back in the bowl with the carrots, spring onions, ginger, radishes, and cucumbers. Add the vinegar, fish sauce, Sambal Olek Chile Paste, and 120 ml water, and mix.

    Spoon the cabbage mixture into sterilized, size-appropriate glass jars and pour over any remaining juice. Screw the lids on tightly and let the jars sit at room temperature for 24 hours. Refrigerate for at least 5 days before serving. The kimchi will keep in the refrigerator for up to 6 weeks.

    Texan Hot Sauce

    Great food can be found in Texas, and they’re not afraid of using fiery-hot chiles to flavor up hunks of meat. Roasting the chiles and garlic deepens the flavor and adds sweetness, and this sauce gets better as it ages.

    16 fresh red jalapeño chiles, stems removed

    14 garlic cloves, peeled and bashed

    3 tablespoons vegetable oil

    1 tablespoon smoked paprika

    2 tablespoons ancho chiles in adobo sauce

    85 g honey

    60 ml rice wine vinegar

    55 g dark brown sugar

    sterilized glass jars or bottles with airtight lids

    makes 475 ml

    Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C) Gas 5.

    Place the jalapeños and garlic in a baking dish, drizzle with the oil and toss. Roast for 25–30 minutes, stirring halfway through. Remove from the oven and leave to cool before putting in a food processor. Add the paprika, ancho chiles, honey, vinegar, sugar and a little water, then blend until smooth.

    Pour the mixture into a non-reactive pan and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 15 minutes until the color deepens. Pour into sterilized glass jars or bottles and carefully tap the jars on the counter to get rid of any air pockets. Wipe the jars clean and screw on the lids. Seal the jars. Once sealed, store unopened in a cool, dark place for up to 12 months.

     

    Pickled & Packedby Valerie Aikman-Smith is available here.

    We hope you have a lovely weekend and Happy Brunching!

     


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  • Posted on July 10, 2014

    Happy Publication Day!

    Today we’re wishing a very happy publication day to two great new books in our brilliant kids range: My First Magic Book and My First Chess Book. To celebrate this, we wanted to teach you this excellent magic trick. Once you’ve got it mastered, grab a few of your friends and family and get ready to knock their socks off!

     

    Vanishing Coin

    Show your friends that you can magically make a coin disappear. This trick needs a little preparation, but it is easy and very convincing.

    You will need:

    A transparent plastic cup or old glass tumbler

    2 sheets of coloured card

    A pencil

    Scissors

    Glue stick

    A coin

    A cloth or scarf

    The Preparation

    Take the plastic cup and place it on top of one of the sheets of coloured card. Draw around it with the pencil.

    Cut out the circle you have drawn with a pair of scissors. You must cut it out exactly on the line.

     

    Spread some glue around the rim of the cup or glass and then stick your cut-out circle onto the bottom of the cup. Be sure that no card shows outside the rim of the cup.

     

    Take the other piece of coloured card (it must be the same colour) and place it on the table in front of you. Place the cup on top of the card. No one will be able to see the card that is stuck on the cup.

    The Trick

    Take a coin and place it next to the cup.

     

    Now place a magic cloth over the cup and coin—your cloth should be quite big so it trails on the table around the glass. With your hand on top of the cloth, lift the cup over the coin. Say a few magic words!

     

    Lift off the cloth; the coin will appear to have vanished! It is invisible beneath the stuck-on circle of card.

    Now you see it…now you don’t!

    This trick is taken from My First Magic Book by Paul Megram.

    Both My First Magic Book and My First Chess Book along with the other CICO Kidz titles are available here.


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  • Posted on July 9, 2014

    Mid-week Chat with Miranda Ballard!

    This week we were lucky enough to have a catch up with Miranda Ballard in the fantastic new shop, Muddy Boots: The Modern Meat Company, that she and her husband have just opened in Crouch End, London. After the success of their delicious Muddy Boots burgers in UK supermarkets and the brilliant first book that Miranda wrote for us, Burgers & Sliders, we couldn't wait to hear about what she's up to now and what we can look forward to over the next few months, including an exciting new book on cured meats...

    So click on the video below to hear what Miranda has to tell us about her new book, the lovely new shop and the wonderful world of good meat!

    Miranda's forthcoming book, Charcuterie, is available to pre-order on Amazon now!

     

    Enjoy the rest of your week everyone!


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  • Posted on July 4, 2014

    Recipe for the Weekend: 4th July Edition!

    Happy Independence Day y’all! Here at RPS and CICO Books towers we are big fans of the range and variety in American cooking, and we’re looking forward to toasting this great nation the best way we know how. Carol Hilker’s Dirty Food has heaps of gourmet recipes inspired by flavours from across the US. So whatever the weather is doing with you this 4th July weekend, this is the perfect opportunity to get out the BBQ and enjoy some good ol’ American grub!

     

    Chicago-style baby back ribs

    Everyone has their own preference when it comes to BBQ ribs. Some like them rubbed with spices with no sauce, while others smother sauce over the top. Chicago-style ribs involve both a rub and a sauce; for best results they’re first grilled slowly then cooked in the oven to make them really tender.

    2 racks of baby back ribs

    Rub:

    1 tablespoon paprika

    1 teaspoon celery salt

    1 teaspoon dark brown sugar

    1 teaspoon garlic powder

    1/4 teaspoon mustard powder

    1/4 teaspoon dried thyme

    1/4 teaspoon white pepper

    1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

    BBQ Sauce:

    340g / 2½ cups tomato ketchup

    115g / ½ cup golden syrup/molasses

    125 ml / ½ cup apple cider vinegar

    125ml / ½ cup of water

    1 teaspoon Sugar

    ½ teaspoon Salt

    ½ teaspoon Pepper

    Charcoal grill or barbecue

    Mix the dry rub ingredients together in a bowl. Rub the ribs with the spice mix and let it sit for 30 minutes.

    Preheat a charcoal grill or barbecue. Cook the ibs over an indirect medium heat for 10-15 minutes.

    Preheat an oven to 120°C (250°F) Gas ½.

    Add about 1.25cm/ ½ in. water to an oblong baking pan and place a grill rack into the pan. Place the ribs on the rack and cover them tightly with foil. Bake for approximately 1 ½ hours and remove from the oven.

    Mix all the sauce ingredients together in a cup and spread over the ribs, reserving some to serve. Cover tightly again with foil and set aside for 15 minutes before serving. Serve along with the extra sauce.

    Dirty Foodby Carol Hilker is available here.

    So whatever you've got planned this holiday weekend, make it a good one and happy eating!


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  • Posted on July 4, 2014

    Competitions!

    It's that time of the month again where we browse the shelves at RPS and CICO Books to see which books we'd like to offer as fantastic prizes to our followers! This time we have a choice of two brilliant books (and you can always enter to win both if you'd like!) and three copies of each to giveaway! So read the details below and make sure you enter before Friday 11th July for your chance to win. Good luck!

     

    If you're a keen baker or would love to give it a go then this new book by Victoria Glass will be just perfect for you! Full of all of your childhood favourites, tasty café classics and the lovely traditional bakes that you remember your Nan making, Deliciously Vintage is one that you'll cherish on your book shelf for years to come.

    We had a great time in the office baking from this book for Monday's afternoon tea and cake and you can see how we got on here! Or if you'd like to give one of the recipes a go yourself, then head to this blog post where we shared Victoria's amazing Scones recipe.

    For your chance to win a copy of this book, simply follow us on Twitter @RylandPeters, re-tweet any #deliciouslyvintage tweet, and tell us your favourite childhood treat or classic bake! 3 lucky winners will be announced next Friday!

     

    If you're a lover of wine then it may or may not surprise you to know that wine making has become ever more unnatural, from the use of blanket crop-spraying in vineyards to the over use of sulphites, and there is in fact an alternative way of producing and enjoying your wine. In her fascinating book, Natural Wine, Isabelle Legeron MW explains the processes, introduces you to some of the growers and wines, and gives you an absorbing insight to the natural wine movement. If you'd like a taster, then Isabelle talks about our perspectives vs. the reality of wine here and there is a little more information about the book here.

    So if you care about what's in your glass, would like to support small-scale producer, or are simply intrigued by the amazing and unique flavours of natural wine, then you're sure to love this book!

    For your chance to win a copy, simply follow us on Twitter @CICOBooks an re-tweet any #naturalwine tweet before next Friday, when 3 lucky winners will be announced!

     

    Good luck everybody and enjoy your week!


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  • Posted on July 3, 2014

    Get in the holiday mood with this Greek Summer Stew!

    The sun is shining brightly, everybody's talking about holiday plans and we're imagining lazy days by the sea and evenings with some summer food on the terrace! So today we wanted to share a recipe to make the most of those holiday feelings and really get us in the mood for trips yet to come. Taken from the fantastic forthcoming title, The Really Hungry Vegetarian Student Cookbook, this Greek Summer Vegetable Stew is full of fresh, zingy flavours and is super easy to make; just prep the veg, pop it on the hob and leave to simmer away while you go back out to enjoy those evening rays!

    greek summer vegetable stew

    This is a light, summery stew and is best eaten lukewarm or at room temperature with a glass of wine or fresh grapefruit juice. Serve with toasted pitta bread and wedges of fresh lemon to squeeze.

    Serves 4–6

    2 tablespoons olive oil

    1 onion, chopped

    450 g/1 lb. small new potatoes, cubed

    330g/12 oz. courgette/zucchini, halved and quartered lengthwise, then sliced thickly

    3 garlic cloves, sliced

    1/4 teaspoon paprika

    1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

    2 x 400g/14-oz. cans chopped tomatoes

    a small bunch of flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped

    a small bunch of dill, finely chopped

    250 g/9 oz. haricot verts/fine green beans, halved

    100 g/3/4 cup cracked green olives, pitted

    freshly squeezed juice of 1/2 a lemon

    salt and black pepper

    Heat the oil in a large saucepan or pot set over a low heat. Add the onion and cook for 3–5 minutes, until soft. Add the potatoes, courgette/zucchini, garlic, paprika, cayenne, and a pinch of salt and cook, stirring to coat in the oil, for 1 minute.

    Add the tomatoes, parsley, and some of the dill. Stir to combine and add some water to thin slightly; about 125 ml/1 ⁄ 2 cup should be enough. Season well, then cover and simmer for 30 minutes.

    Add the haricot verts/green beans, cover, and continue to simmer for about 20 minutes longer, until the beans are tender.

    Stir in the olives, lemon juice, and remaining dill.

    Serve at room temperature with pitta bread.

     

    Full of low-budget, big-flavour recipes like this one, The Really Hungry Vegetarian Student Cookbook is available to pre-order on Amazon now!

    So whether you're backpacking around the world or planning a staycation; whatever holiday you've got coming up, we're sure that you're looking forward to some good summer grub!

    So happy cooking everyone, happy holiday planning and have a great summer!


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