Released on 01 June 2017.
Do you find it tricky to balance being healthy with cooking for a crowd? Bestselling author Joe Wicks, aka The Body Coach, presents this gorgeous book featuring more than 100 delicious and nutritious recipes that are perfect for sharing with the special people in your life.
Joe has helped hundreds of thousands of people to transform their bodies and feel amazing with his effective workouts and simple recipes.
All of the recipes in Cooking for Family and Friends are organised into reduced-carb and post workout chapters, just like Joe's first three Lean in 15 cookbooks. This makes it a brilliant addition for those already familiar with Joe's eating structure (carbs following workouts or on active days) but the meals are also enjoyable and tasty for all, whether you are following Joe's plan or not.
Cooking for Family and Friends is a beautifully photographed collection of Joe's easy favourites and crowd-pleasers, such as Roast Chicken with Celeriac Mash and Bacon Greens, BBQ Ribs with Dirty Corn, and Tandoori Chicken Thighs with Chapattis. All the recipes are big on flavour and packed with the hero ingredients you need to impress your mates, fuel your workout and burn fat.
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Make your turkey the centrepiece of your Christmas table with Joe Wicks' turkey stuffed with garlic, tarragon and cranberries, and smothered in bacon.
Warm up this winter and make Joe Wicks' Toad in the Hole recipe from his new book, Cooking for Family and Friends.
Joe’s healthier chicken katsu curry is shallow fried (rather than deep fried) with just enough spice to warm you up on even the coldest nights.
Joe Wicks - a.k.a The Body Coach - shares a recipe from his new book Cooking for Family and Friends, which is out now.
Eat pancakes and get lean? Yes please! These may look naughty, but they’re actually the perfect post-workout treat, so stack ’em up and enjoy.
Joe Wicks, a.k.a. The Body Coach, shares a delicious and nutritious recipe from his first book, Lean in 15.
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