In 2003, The Marmite Cookbook was published and quickly became the surprise bestseller of Christmas 2003. Now there’s another!
Love it or hate it, there’s no ignoring Marmite. The original Marmite Cookbook was described as being possibly the most divisive cookbook ever, in which case THE MARMITE WORLD COOKBOOK must be a very close second.
Paul Hartley’s culinary magic sees Marmite infiltrate itself into some of the finest and most far-flung cuisines of the world … slowly mingling into the tagines of North Africa and making audacious appearances in everything from Chicken Caesar Salad to Mexican Beanpot with Cornmeal Dumplings. Marmite pops up in Thai-style Oxtail Soup, Georgian Feast Bread, and Rump Steak Kebabs, and it even makes a cameo appearance in Jamaican Curried Goat. There really is no stopping this versatile spread in its globetrotting quest to lift great dishes to new-found Marmitey heights.
As well as being packed with fabulous recipes, THE MARMITE WORLD COOKBOOK is full of anecdotes, trivia and irresistible photography, making it a truly indispensable book for the Marmite faithful.
Paul Hartley is renowned for his storecupboard wizardry and his best-selling books include The Marmite Cookbook, which has sold more than a quarter of a million copies. Other titles in the Storecupboard Cookbook series include The Horlicks Cookbook (2010), The Heinz Tomato Ketchup Cookbook, The Colman’s Mustard Cookbook and The Lyle’s Golden Syrup Cookbook. Absolute Press – unapologetic Marmite fans – also publish The Bumper Book of Marmite.