Book Review - 'Eat. Race. Win.' By Hannah Grant

Hannah Grant has fast become one of my idol chefs. I love good simple food, and I also love bike riding - riding far, and riding fast. Hannah's recipes combine the two adorations perfectly; great, simple food, made to be the perfect fuel for endurance sport. 'Eat Race Win' is her latest book release.

'The Grand Tour Cookbook' was the first cycling-orientated recipe book released by Hannah Grant. I reviewed it back in 2015 (read the review here), and it would be accurate to say that it has become an almost biblical reference whenever we are looking for tasty and wholesome dishes in our household.

'Eat. Race. Win.' is the sequel to 'The Grand Tour Cookbook', and provides a whole new bank of superb recipes to try.

The book is beautifully illustrated, and with some interesting and inspiring insights on both cycling and cookery. This is a cookbook worthy of being placed on your coffee table.

The recipes themselves are the real talking point though... whether it is the fuelling breakfasts, the recovery dinners, or the indulgent treats; every recipe I have tried to date has been superb.

Particular favourites of mine include the 'Pink Grapefruit, Blueberries and Dulce de Leche on Oats' to set you up for the day, and the 'Plums, Fennel and Radicchio with Tarragon and Toasted Hazelnut Salad' at dinnertime.

Hannah has done it again with 'Eat Race Win' - this book will take prime position on my kitchen window ledge, right next to 'The Grand Tour Cookbook'. It is a collection of recipes that you can reach out to, execute with ease, and deliver the best fuel your body could wish for.

Great Food = Great Results.

>> Shop 'Eat. Race. Win.' by Hannah Grant here <<

'Pink Grapefruit, Blueberries and Dulce de Leche on Oats' 


'Cherries, Apple, Almonds and Pumpkin Seeds on Toasted Oats' 


'Roast Chicken with Garlic and Sage' 


'Plums, Fennel and Radicchio with Tarragon and Toasted Hazelnut Salad' 


'Stove-top Rice Pudding with Orange, Vanilla and Pomegranate'






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