It's always been clear from Pippa Middleton's busy social schedule that she knows a thing or two about party planning, but the breadth of exciting recipes in her newly-released book, Celebrate, prove that she's also something of a culinary queen.
The Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister shares her favourite recipes in the entertaining guide, and has since revealed that her love of cooking stems from working as a kitchen assistant at her local pub and a cooking course she took in her gap year.
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She says she picked up a flavour dinner party favourites like pigeon-breast salad and venison stew while working at the pub, and that her cooking classes at The Grange in Somerset turned her into a "real enthusiast" of cooking.
Boasting recipes including twice-baked cheese soufflé and Nutella madeleines, Pippa insists that her book is a guide to "simple and comforting" entertainment, not the "most extravagant", and judging by its reception so far, it's sure to be a sell-out.