In this cozily charming cookery book, chef Rosie Sykes invites you to eschew the Sunday-night blues by creating dishes that are "not only comforting, but also uplifting."
Sykes describes these "knock-together"
meals as "simple treats"
—and while I, who might generously be called a "novice" cook, find them quite fancy, I do appreciate their simple delightfulness! Revel in the pure deliciousness of tomatoes with thyme and bacon on toast, spiced rice and lentils, coddled egg Ivanhoe, and toasted spaghetti with red onions, almonds, and raisins. You will find flavors from around the world…but the real star is Britain (don't miss the "epic bubble and squeak"!). And I want to spend forever with the spiced nuts and the Woolf cocktail ("a real snuggler"
) featured in these pages. So cuddle up with The Sunday Night Book
and prepare to "extend the joys of the weekend"