Welcome to SortedFood...
The online hub for beginners & pros.
There are hundreds of quick, easy, delicious recipe videos plus a whole load of skills, tips & tricks and cool food stuff from around the web.
Whether you want to get smarter at cooking, save some money, or just have a good laugh in the kitchen, we can definitely get you SORTED.
Unless you're new here, or you've been hiding under a rock for the last few weeks, you'll probably be aware that our new book, Beginners Get Sorted, launches on Thursday 30th August 2012.
We have teamed up with Penguin, the clever book publishing people, to bring you over 140 great recipes straight to your kitchen. Beginners get Sorted combines some of the recipes from our two self-published books, “a Recipe For Student Survival” and “A Rookie Guide To Crackin' Cooking” as well as some brand spanking new stuff to give you a guide to improve, impress and inspire in the kitchen.
The simple layout and easy-to-follow recipes make cooking a doddle, and the pictures get your mouth watering before you’ve started - even if we do say so ourselves. Most of the recipes in the book have never been seen on video before, so you can consider this book a compilation of some of our favourite recipes that will keep you loving and enjoying your food. Whether a novice or pro, no one likes over complicated, overly fussy food, and that’s where we come in - great food, no complications, no fuss - SORTED.
We want to stand out on the shelves, not just as another recipe book but as THErecipe for everyone who wants to take the fuss out of food, love their grub and have a laugh along the way.
Time for the shameless plug!! Come on, grab a copy, maybe for your brother or sister going off to uni in a few weeks, or for a mate who's in desperate need, or maybe for your mum who needs to take a hint. Of course if you are organised, you could get some early stocking fillers.
Finally we just want to say a huge THANK YOU. We never thought that Sorted would be joining forces with the likes of Penguin, and we couldn't have done it without all your loyal support over the last few years. So watch this space – well actually watch a lot of spaces, for our new book, or if we have sold it to you in this blog, then order it HERE!
Who would win in a race. Michael Phelps or a Penguin?
It would be a bit of a whitewash. Phelps can swim 4.7 miles per hour whereas penguins can get up to speeds of 15 miles per hour.