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curated by Celia range
Celia Brooks is a chef, food writer and food expert with a deep passion for high quality ingredients.
She loves teaching people how to prepare and cook food joyfully, so they can share the love with family and friends. Originally from Colorado, she’s now lived in London for over 30 years, working closely with excellent food markets and their top-notch traders.
Celia has curated hampers.com gifts which are ideal for foodies; those who love to cook with great ingredients, and those who love to eat great dishes.
The kitchen heroes gift box has been developed to contain a selection of beautiful components, which complement and enhance a wide variety of classic dishes. This hamper demonstrates that with a few high-quality ingredients, you can really elevate your cooking.
The super veg cookery hamper has been developed around Celia’s SuperVeg recipe book, which ‘celebrates the joy and power of the 25 healthiest vegetables on the planet’. Along with the book itself, she’s selected a range of wonderful products for you to try, perfect for creating delicious plant-based delights at home.
Quick and easy crushed potatoes
Using the Balsama Blanc and the Extra Virgin Olive Oil from the kitchen heroes gift box Celia shows how to prepare this quick and easy potato recipe that makes the perfect accompaniment to all your favourite meals.
Rigatoni with Creamy Mushroom Sauce
Celia prepares a deliciously creamy mushroom rigatoni using the mushroom paté and dried Rigatoni found in the kitchen heroes gift box. It's a decadent mid-week treat.
Plant Based Caesar Salad
In this recipe, Celia uses the Rubie's in the Rubble Plant Based mayo found in the super veg cookery hamper to prepare her take on a classic Caesar salad.
Tamarind and Peanut Noodles
Taking the Tamarind ketchup from the super veg cookery hamper and combining it with fresh udon noodles, Celia prepares a twist on a Thai favourite.
More about Celia
Celia Brooks is a chef, food tour guide, regular contributor to TV and author of nine cookbooks. Originally from Colorado, Celia has now lived in London for over 30 years. Moving to the UK, to pursue a career as a theatre director, initially, she took her first step into professional cooking working as a private chef for film director, Stanley Kubrick and his wife. We took some time to talk to Celia and discuss her passion for all things food related.