Katy Salter is an award-winning and acclaimed food writer and editor who contributes to The Telegraph, The Guardian and most of the UK’s leading food titles.
In April 2012, Stylist magazine named Katy one of its Top 20 Food Heroines alongside Delia Smith, Nigella Lawson, Mary Berry and Rachel Khoo. Katy has been shortlisted twice for Food Journalist of the Year at the Guild of Food Writers Awards (in 2009 and 2010), for World Food Journalist of the Year at the 2010 Le Cordon Bleu Awards and for the Fortnum & Mason Online Food Writer award in 2015.
She runs the dairy-free website –www.dairyfreedelicious.com
“Katy posts very wittily about eating in London. Good reading” – Fiona Beckett
“One to watch” – The Guild of Food Writers
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DAIRY-FREE DELICIOUS – Buy it here
Dairy-Free Delicious offers over 100 simple and irresistible recipes to inspire people to cook with imagination and eat their favourite treats. Many of the recipes are influenced by Katy’s dairy-free travels, particularly in Asia where milk rarely features, and in the US – for example Thai fishcakes, Vietnamese chicken and pumpkin curry, Neapolitan iced buns and Coconut milk ice cream. Even old favourites like pancakes, creamy chicken soup, fish pie, risotto, eggs benedict, custard tarts, chocolate cake and cookies prove that lactose intolerance is no barrier to eating irresistible food every day.
UK sales of non-dairy milks have gone up 40% in the past 3 years and are predicted to increase by 56% by 2016; and the market was worth GBP519m in 2012. Diagnosed with lactose intolerance in 2011, Katy Salter has created a cookbook for people who don’t want to stop enjoying food just because their bodies refuse to digest lactose properly.
PUBLISHER: Quadrille Publishing Ltd; 01 edition
PUBLICATION DATE: 26 Feb. 2015