Clever Batch, the new book from Irish Book Award winner Susan Jane White, will be published by Gill Books this September and is availbale to pre-order from today.
Now, Susan Jane is back with Clever Batch: Brilliant batch cooking recipes to save you time, money and patience, her genius blueprint to batch cooking which will hit shelves on 27 September.
In Clever Batch, Susan Jane shares her kitchen-ninja secrets to create nourishing dishes that will sit in your fridge all week, hang out on your kitchen shelves, or wait patiently in your freezer to service another night, saving on shopping, cooking and washing up.
On writing Clever Batch, Susan Jane says: As an under-caffeinated, financially cramped, time-pinched mum, my kitchen management needed re-evaluation. Being short on time, money and patience, I had a problem. I wanted to cook badass nourishing meals, but I didn’t want to cook every single night. I can’t wait to share with my readers all I’ve learned along the way.
Nicki Howard, Director of Gill Books, who bought world rights for Clever Batch from Sharon Bowers of Miller Bowers Griffin Literary Management, New York, says: My eyes have been opened to the genius of batch cooking. If you follow Susan Jane’s lead, you will feed yourself better, reduce dinnertime stress and cut down on last-minute ‘hangry’ decisions and food waste. Clever Batch is an inspiring, witty and superbly practical cookbook that will transform your life.
The ultimate solution for nourishing everyday meals, Clever Batch will help you cook better less often -- freeing you to spend time doing what you love.
For further information, contact Avril Cannon, Publicity Executive, Gill Books, 086 023 2276 / 01 500 9524, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the author
Susan Jane White is an award-winning food writer and columnist with the Sunday Independent. At 25, she developed a serious immune disorder which marked the beginning of her nutritional pilgrimage and career in wholefoods cooking. Her first book, The Extra Virgin Kitchen, debuted at number one, while her second book, The Virtuous Tart, bagged an Irish Book Award. She lives in Dublin with her husband and two little vandals.