• MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook
  • MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook

Cookbook

MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook

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“The way we cook and the way we eat say something deeply personal about who we are.”

Marion Grasby loves food. Here, in her first cookbook, she shares more than 80 of her favourite dishes, peppered with entertaining stories, family memories and incredible photography of her travels throughout Australia and Thailand.

Marion’s food is inspired by the places she’s been and the people she’s met along the way. A fascinating mix of Thai, Italian, French, Middle Eastern and firmly Australian, these are recipes for the hungry home cook; food to make every night of the week, for dinner parties or just lazy afternoons.

Hardcover
Full colour
222 pages
First published in 2011 by Pan Macmillan Australia Pty Limited
Reprinted with permission by Marion’s Kitchen 2022
Text copyright © Marion Grasby 2011
Photographs copyright © Sharyn Cairns 2011
Illustrations copyright © Jane Reiseger 2011

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Cookbook

MARION Recipes and stories
from a hungry cook

Black Friday Offer – 30% Off Cookbooks – Ends Midnight Friday

Sold out

Delivery to Australia / New Zealand / Asia : Now

Delivery to United States : 2 weeks

“The way we cook and the way we eat say something deeply personal about who we are.”

Marion Grasby loves food. Here, in her first cookbook, she shares more than 80 of her favourite dishes, peppered with entertaining stories, family memories and incredible photography of her travels throughout Australia and Thailand.

Marion’s food is inspired by the places she’s been and the people she’s met along the way. A fascinating mix of Thai, Italian, French, Middle Eastern and firmly Australian, these are recipes for the hungry home cook; food to make every night of the week, for dinner parties or just lazy afternoons.

Hardcover
Full colour
222 pages
First published in 2011 by Pan Macmillan Australia Pty Limited
Reprinted with permission by Marion’s Kitchen 2022
Text copyright © Marion Grasby 2011
Photographs copyright © Sharyn Cairns 2011
Illustrations copyright © Jane Reiseger 2011

Duties and taxes
Once orders arrive at their destination, they may be subjected to customs clearance procedures, which may cause delays beyond original delivery estimates. We will not be accountable for any additional customs/shipping fees. Duties and taxes are assessed by customs and are the responsibility of the customer.

 
Delivery option
If the buyer chooses an ATL (Authority To Leave) delivery option, any risk of loss passes to the buyer and/or any other person who signs for the receipt of the delivery. We are not responsible for your package once the carrier states ‘Delivered’ or ‘Notice left.’ Replacements for cookbooks are not eligible.

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Cookbook

MARION Recipes and stories from a hungry cook

Black Friday Offer – 30% Off Cookbooks – Ends Midnight Friday

Sold out

Delivery to Australia / New Zealand / Asia : Now

Delivery to United States : 2 weeks

“The way we cook and the way we eat say something deeply personal about who we are.”

Marion Grasby loves food. Here, in her first cookbook, she shares more than 80 of her favourite dishes, peppered with entertaining stories, family memories and incredible photography of her travels throughout Australia and Thailand.

Marion’s food is inspired by the places she’s been and the people she’s met along the way. A fascinating mix of Thai, Italian, French, Middle Eastern and firmly Australian, these are recipes for the hungry home cook; food to make every night of the week, for dinner parties or just lazy afternoons.


YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

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Hardcover
Full colour
222 pages
First published in 2011 by Pan Macmillan Australia Pty Limited
Reprinted with permission by Marion’s Kitchen 2022
Text copyright © Marion Grasby 2011
Photographs copyright © Sharyn Cairns 2011
Illustrations copyright © Jane Reiseger 2011

Duties and taxes
Once orders arrive at their destination, they may be subjected to customs clearance procedures, which may cause delays beyond original delivery estimates. We will not be accountable for any additional customs/shipping fees. Duties and taxes are assessed by customs and are the responsibility of the customer.

 
Delivery option
If the buyer chooses an ATL (Authority To Leave) delivery option, any risk of loss passes to the buyer and/or any other person who signs for the receipt of the delivery. We are not responsible for your package once the carrier states ‘Delivered’ or ‘Notice left.’ Replacements for cookbooks are not eligible.

NOTE - Please note the shipping date for this book. This is a pre-order purchase and up-front payment is required to secure a pre-order. The second print edition orders will be processed from March onwards.

A LOOK INSIDE RECIPES AND STORIES FROM A HUNGRY COOK…

A LOOK INSIDE RECIPES AND STORIES FROM A HUNGRY COOK…

1. MORNINGS

What we choose to eat as that first crucial meal of the day is so culturally specific and so telling of where we come from and where we’ve been. I know as well as the next person that breakfast is such a luxury when the train, the bus and the working day just won’t wait. But the delicious ritual of breaking the night’s fast is surely something to be cherished whenever possible.

2. BOWL FOOD

Nothing is taken for granted in my mother’s village in Thailand. Instead of flicking a switch to turn on the stove, Aunty Niew must collect, chop and store enough wood to cook the evening’s meal. I cannot converse with them because we do not speak the same language… And yet we do: the passing of plates, the serving of rice, the joy of eating together after more than two decades. I am grateful for this. I am grateful for the language of food we share.

3. BIG PLATES

A great deal has been said about the pleasures of eating, but what about the pleasures of preparing? The smelling, the choosing and the buying are all part of the joy of cooking. It’s an art that’s passed down sometimes without us even knowing – the things I’ve learned from those I love.

1. MORNINGS

What we choose to eat as that first crucial meal of the day is so culturally specific and so telling of where we come from and where we’ve been. I know as well as the next person that breakfast is such a luxury when the train, the bus and the working day just won’t wait. But the delicious ritual of breaking the night’s fast is surely something to be cherished whenever possible.

2. BOWL FOOD

Nothing is taken for granted in my mother’s village in Thailand. Instead of flicking a switch to turn on the stove, Aunty Niew must collect, chop and store enough wood to cook the evening’s meal. I cannot converse with them because we do not speak the same language… And yet we do: the passing of plates, the serving of rice, the joy of eating together after more than two decades. I am grateful for this. I am grateful for the language of food we share.

3. BIG PLATES

A great deal has been said about the pleasures of eating, but what about the pleasures of preparing? The smelling, the choosing and the buying are all part of the joy of cooking. It’s an art that’s passed down sometimes without us even knowing – the things I’ve learned from those I love.

4. ON THE SIDE

What will I cook today? The answer is laid out on a market stall table or in bright orange plastic tubs. Inspiration comes from a farmers’ market, an Asian market, a fish market or even a butcher’s shop. Shopping for produce means getting out there into the world and chasing inspiration.

5. SWEETNESS

Food should be fun and sometimes a little crazy. Don’t be scared to break the rules. Fish sauce in a dessert? Give it a go. If it doesn’t work out then you’ve taught yourself a lesson. Herein lies the joy of cooking at home. We can create and cook in our kitchens without fear.

6. MENUS THAT MAKE ME HAPPY

Feed your friends and fuel your family with these menus that make my heart sing. From a Thai dinner and a summery lunch to the ultimate steak dinner and a wintery feast, this is food for the soul.

4. ON THE SIDE

What will I cook today? The answer is laid out on a market stall table or in bright orange plastic tubs. Inspiration comes from a farmers’ market, an Asian market, a fish market or even a butcher’s shop. Shopping for produce means getting out there into the world and chasing inspiration.

5. SWEETNESS

Food should be fun and sometimes a little crazy. Don’t be scared to break the rules. Fish sauce in a dessert? Give it a go. If it doesn’t work out then you’ve taught yourself a lesson. Herein lies the joy of cooking at home. We can create and cook in our kitchens without fear.

6. MENUS THAT MAKE ME HAPPY

Feed your friends and fuel your family with these menus that make my heart sing. From a Thai dinner and a summery lunch to the ultimate steak dinner and a wintery feast, this is food for the soul.

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