The Dirty Dishes by Isaac Carew
(Bluebird, 2019)

The Dirty Dishes

by Isaac Carew

Chef-turned-model Isaac Carew takes it back to the kitchen in The Dirty Dishes, his debut cookbook sharing the classic and delicious dishes that inspired his love of food. Isaac started in the kitchen at a young age, helping out his dad and godfather, who are also both chefs, cleaning leafy greens and mussels. In his teens, he qualified as a chef himself and went on to work in Angela Hartnett’s kitchens in restaurants in London (The Connaught) and Miami. Since then, and through a high-profile modelling career, Isaac has nurtured his passion for great cooking and delicious food with the fashion capitals of the world as his muse.

With The Dirty Dishes, Isaac is returning to his first love and has produced a fresh, modern, delicious collection of a hundred recipes: from easy weekday suppers to late night bites. Isaac shares new takes on popular dishes such as the Poached Salmon Niçoise to the more adventurous Tamarind Treacle Tart, there are dishes to tempt and treat friends or to enjoy on your own.

The Dirty Dishes reveals secrets of Isaac’s culinary training with step-by-step guides making it easy for anyone to make incredible, great tasting food.