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Title Easy Comfort Food: Illustrated Recipes & Stories of Home  
ISBN 9789814868488
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Cuisine
Bill Ho | @bill8cafe
Specifications 180mm x 235mm / 112pp / Paperback
Publication Date Jan-2020
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 28.00
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About the Book

Food made with simple ingredients can create wonderful memories, bring comfort and nourish at the same time. Yet, for a busy person or family, preparing food at home is no longer a simple everyday pleasure. Easy Comfort Food helps those with too little time on their hands dive back into the pleasure of easy homespun food. Chef Bill Ho uses uncomplicated techniques to prepare delicious snacks, soups and one-pot meals with ingredients easily found in today's kitchen. Accompanied by Bill’s touching and funny food stories, as well as his beautiful illustrations, these recipes will inspire home cooks to create their own memories and joy with comfort food.

About the Author

Bill Ho's life as a chef began by accident. He studied graphic design at Saito University College in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, but was waiting tables at a Chinese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, working his way up from waitor to manager. One day, when the kitchen was short on staff, he picked up an apron to lend a hand, and discovered that cooking delicious food for customers was something he enjoyed. Since then, he has trained and worked as a chef in bars and restaurants, including the Royal Copenhagen Tea Lounge in Singapore.

Armed with several years of experience in the food industry, and a passion for creating fusion fare, Bill opened Eight Cafe and Bar in 2008. He continues to develop dishes for its menu and lends a personal touch to the cafe's decor with his sketches and paintings. Connect with Bill on Instagram @Bill8Cafe, where he shares about food and art at his cafe.
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