Cookbook Review: Brunch the Sunday Way

Cookbook Review: Brunch the Sunday Way

Brunch the Sunday Way by Alan Turner and Terrence Williamson is a whimsical and interesting cookbook that will give joy to its readers. There are so many fantastic images and the recipes are unique takes on some favourite brunch dishes. This is one book to check out if you are a cookbook collector or you have a bit of wanderlust right now.

Cookbook Review: Brunch the Sunday WayTitle: Brunch the Sunday Way
Author: Alan Turner, Terrence Williamson
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
Publication Date: July 7, 2020
Rating: four-stars

Summary (from Goodreads):

For the first time London’s legendary champions of brunch share the recipes that have made Islington’s Sunday Café a runaway success. Covering everything from quick and easy staples to fabulous feasts, and taking inspiration from a global list of ingredients, this book will take you all the way from cracking an egg to flipping pancakes and roasting pork – all with spectacularly Instagrammable results!

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❃ I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. ❃

Cookbook Review: Brunch the Sunday Way

What really excites me about this book are the wonderful pictures of food and the authors. This is a collection of recipes that have been staples of their London restaurant, Sunday, and I am sure it is a thrill for locals to have a little something to tide them over while they are closed. There is a bit of everything in this cookbook that is sure to please just about anyone.

The offerings include:

  • Eggs the Sunday Way
  • Toast the Sunday Way
  • Waffles, Pancakes, and Fritters
  • Baking the Sunday Way
  • Jams the Sunday Way
  • Drinks the Sunday Way

❀ Stunning and Easy to Follow Recipes

If you are outside the U.K., some of the ingredients might be difficult to source. As well, this is a British recipe book and the measurements are metric so there will be some conversions to make if you use a different system. With that in mind, the recipes are quite easy to follow and will provide stunning results.

I gave the banana bread recipe a try and found it to be an interesting variation on an old favourite. The bananas are left chunky, which really adds a wonderful element of texture to the bread. It is a simple change that really perked up a classic bread.

Brunch the Sunday Way

Banana Bread

❀ A Lovely Cookbook

I am looking forward to trying some more of these recipes and one day I hope to visit the Sunday café in London. It is a lovely cookbook that will make an excellent addition to any home chef’s collection.

About Alan Turner

Alan and Terry have been instrumental in pioneering the concept of brunch in London. They met working in a pub and bonded over a shared love of brunch culture. In 2013 they decided to take this passion full time and quit their jobs to open Sunday in Barnsbury. Five years after opening they’ve built a dedicated fan base, serving up to 400 loyal customers a day and getting through a phenomenal 1500 eggs per week.

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