Author(s): Adie McClelland
Take a second visit to the Black Dog Cottage where Adie McClelland gives us uncomplicated food, with a real edge - stylish yet very straightforward - Asian and Mediterranean-inspired recipes, designed to be easily prepared, served without ceremony and to be eaten with joy and good company. A sun kissed Greek Island, an old wooden bach on the East coast of New Zealand's North Island and a vibrant family kitchen are the inspirations behind the recipes. The Second Black Dog Cottage Cookbook, with entirely new recipes, will provide inspiration to anyone who seeks simple, fresh, tasty home-cooked food and is a celebration of family, food, holidays and the iconic kiwi Bach.
Adie McClelland is a well-known food writer, chef, tutor, food consultant and private caterer. She writes for Fishhead Magazine. Her food style is a hybrid of her South Canterbury farming background, her Greek islands experience and her love of Asian flavours. From her early days cooking on the family farm, her years of cooking on a boat and then running her Doris Slater Cookery School in Wellington, she has amassed a wealth of useful tips and recipes.