Author(s): Nelly Le Comte
The Byron Bay Cookbook is a stunning 208 page book published by Remy Tancred and photographer Nelly le Comte. Byron Bay - a food journey through the region is a collection of recipes and photographs from the regions finest producers, caterers, restaurants and cafes. The Byron Bay cookbook features many well known chefs from the region such as, Steven Snow from Fins, Kingscliff, Katrina Kanetani from Town in Bangalow, Sevtap in Yamba. Television chefs such as Ed Hamalgyi, Belinda Jeffery and Clayton Donovan. Fabulous local 'foodies' either well known in the area or national celebrities such as Olivia Newton-John and many many local cafes, restaurants and food producers. We know you love visiting the restaurants to try their amazing food, so we asked all these amazing chefs to give us one of their fabulous recipes for you to take home and recreate that Byron feeling! We made sure the recipes were easy to recreate for all of us and share with our friends. The Byron Bay Cookbook is full of wonderful creative and scrumptious recipes. Simple chicken satays skewers, prepared before hand with a wicked satay sauce.
Organic local peanut butter and some chilli sauce from the Byron Bay Chilli Company. Cool it down with a crunchy tomato and cucumber salad. Nothing beats the fresh local produce from the Byron Bay farmers market on a Thursday morning and the Harvest Cafe (featured in the book) never go from for their produce creating some of the finest low food miles food in the region. Drop in and try their Fillet mignon. It is out of this world. "The publishers' love for this beautiful part of the world shines from every page. This is a true celebration, with all the essential elements that create a sense of regional pride. Produce, producers, chefs and food lovers. All with a strong connection between them." Joanna Savill Festival director, The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month "The north-east corner of New South Wales is one of our country's great gems. Incredible ingredients, talented cooks and an endless array of arts to support it. If there is just one part of Australia you want to sink your teeth into, it's Byron." Ed Hamalgyi (Fast Ed) TV personality, Author