Dazzling doses of flavour combined with appetising injections of creativity, delivered in just the right way to enjoy for days or decades! Lobster for Josino brings the joy of food to many who might otherwise miss out through practical but expert advice and clever, restaurant-quality recipes.
Inspired by a much-loved Sydney chef's final meal request and belief that the sharing of beautiful food is an essential part of life-however long that might be-Lobster for Josino introduces dozens of amazing new taste ideas for everyone to enjoy.
'...beautiful food, human contact and kindness -these are all part of the recipe of life. It's what I would wish for at the end of my life and wish it could be so for everyone.'- Maggie Beer
'Food should give pleasure and comfort no matter the stage of life.' - Foreword by Maggie Beer
'This is an excellent book that is so needed. As a scientist who writes about healthy eating, who is passionate about good food and is a board member of the Maggie Beer Foundation, I believe the guidance in this book will enormously benefit patients so that their quality of life is greatly enhanced.' - Professor Ralph Martins AO, Foundation Chair in Ageing and Alzheimer's disease, Edith Cowan University
'HammondCare should be applauded for creating another wonderfully practical tool to improve quality of life through the joy of food for our most vulnerable. This book aligns perfectly with The Lantern Project's values and is a beacon for anyone caring for those in palliative care.' - Cherie Hugo, Founder, The Lantern Project
'As we care for people in our palliative services in hospital or in the community, we often observe that it is the seemingly small but highly personal aspects of choice that bring great joy and comfort. Food is one such choice and this book gives so many delicious ideas and options, no matter how long we have.' - Stewart James, General Manager, HammondCare Health and Hospitals
'Well done Peter and your co-authors. I love this concept! As a clinical dietitian I dearly wished to have such a book to help guide conversation for patients and their loved ones around appetising food and fluid options to improve quality of life.' - Professor Liz Isenring, Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian