How to Hygge - Hardcover Main Market Edition
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|About the Author||After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in archaeology and anthropology from the University of Cambridge, Signe Johansen trained at Leiths School of Food and Wine in London, worked in several of the UK’s top restaurants and went on to do her Masters in the anthropology of food at SOAS food studies centre at the University of London. Two critically acclaimed ‘Scandilicious’ books on Scandinavian food for Saltyard Books (Hodder & Stoughton) followed, along with contributions to 12 other books on food and restaurants. Signe's forthcoming book, How To Hygge, will be published by Pan Macmillan (Bluebird Books) in October 2016. Signe has also written for the FT, delicious. Magazine, and her recipes have appeared in all the major UK press including The Times, Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Stella and Marie Claire. She has taught cookery classes at all the major UK cookery institutions and has appeared with Kirsty Allsop on Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas to talk about how to have a Scandi Christmas, Norwegian cooking on What’s Cooking and a segment on Scandi baking on Sunday Brunch. For two years Signe ran the EatScandi supper club in London which was featured in the New Yorker’s article on Nordic Noir. Her Instagram feed was cited by Grazia as one of the best food instagrammers.|
|Author 1||Signe Johansen|
|Book Description||Uplifting, heart-warming, life-enriching. I wish I could have read this book years ago - Nigel Slater Nordic countries are consistently rated as the best places to live for quality of life, happiness and education, literacy and gender equality. But what's their secret? In How To Hygge, renowned Scandinavian cook and writer Signe Johansen explores the culture of hygge, shares the secrets of Nordic living and shows you how to adopt these elements into your everyday life, wherever you are in the world. Hygge is central to the Nordic sense of well-being. Roughly translated as 'cosiness', it implies warmth, conviviality and community. With fifty recipes and glorious imagery, Johansen explains how to enjoy the outdoors the Nordic way, the joy of fika (coming together over cake and coffee), how to collaborate to achieve a sense of community and why alcohol is integral to the healthy hedonism of hygge. For those who have long admired the region's stylish design heritage, she reveals how to achieve Scandi-Cool in your own home, without breaking the bank. Explore the culture of hygge, and learn how to live your life to the fullest, Nordic-style.|
|Edition Number||Main Market Edition|
|Editorial Review||Uplifting, heart-warming, life-enriching. I wish I could have read this book years ago (Nigel Slater) How to Hygge is basically the only one of the current crop of titles that you *really* need. . . a gift you'd gleefully receive (Alex Heminsley) Shows just how easy it is to inject some Scandinavian ideas for good living into your life. With 50 gorgeous recipes and chapters on everything from affordable ways to inject some Scandi chic into your home, through to the joys of fika (coming together over cake and coffee), it's the perfect book for those who want to embrace hygge in a big way (Laura James, AGA living)|
|Number of Pages||208|