Supper Club: recipes and notes from the underground restaurant (Harper Collins 2011)
‘This could be the book that makes me throw Nigella’s How to Eat out of my desert island haversack…a pure joy to read as well as being a thing of beauty’ – Marie-Claire Digby, The Irish Times
‘Here’s that rare and beautiful thing, a cookery book that you might conceivably want to read…enormously enjoyable, full of joy and life and passion for food and the sort of can-do attitude that makes you wonder whether you could do something like this yourself’ – The Daily Mail
‘Supper Club is oozing with Rodgers’ dishes, advice on setting up your own nights and tales of running the Underground Restaurant at her home in north-west London’ – Metro
“One of the prime movers behind the rise of the British supper club (a restaurant held in the cook’s own home), Kerstin Rodgers has an instinctive knack for making food that people really want to eat.” – Tesco Real Food
‘Supper Club by Kerstin Rodgers sheds light onto the world of underground restaurants and includes recipes from her dining clubs’ – Food & Travel
‘Author and owner of London’s famous Underground Restaurant, Kerstin Rodgers is well-known in the capital for her extraordinary dining events and creative food. Now you can recreate it for yourself with Kerstin’s down-to-earth advice and show-stopping recipes’ – Flavour
‘(Kerstin Rodgers’) book includes recipes, tips on how to run your own supper club, plus details of supper clubs around the world’ – Eat In
‘Kerstin’s recipes are an eclectic mix, taking in the homely…the quirky…and the exotic’ – Fork
MsMarmitelover's Secret Tea Party (Square Peg 2014)."The ultimate afternoon tea recipes" (Metro)
"Kerstin brings her considerable expertise to the jolliest of occasions, teatime. You’ll be inviting people over just to legitimize the baking you’ll be unable to stop doing" (Lisa Markwell Independent On Sunday)
"Written, styled and photographed by Kerstin, and accompanied with delightful illustrations by her mother, the book is packed with her warm and exuberant personality enticing you to host your own secret tea parties this year!" (fussfreeflavours.com)
V is for Vegan by Kerstin Rodgers (Quadrille) with genius ramen hacks, 13 excellent things on toast, fritters and fries, pizzettes and uthappams (“a large, shallow sub-continental crumpet”) and some of the finest food photography out there. (Guardian)
Amazon reviews for V is for Vegan:
"Colourful and modern. she really has pulled out all the stops and done an amazing book. not vegan but now can't wait to try these unusual recipes."
"...This is where I trust Rodgers. Having attended her supper clubs, I know that she can bring out intensely savoury flavours without using meat and that her menus always include an abundance of fresh ingredients. Who better to broaden my horizons and introduce me to really tasty food that contains no meat or fish – and no cheese or eggs either?"
Get started in food writing: Teach Yourself (Hodder Staughton 2015. )
Are you thinking of starting a food blog, or have you always wanted to promote and distribute your own recipes? Would you like to be the next Nigel Slater or Jay Rayner? This is an engaging, enlightening and utterly indispensable guide to how to write about food. From sharing family recipes to starting a supper club, promoting the latest gastronomical trend or advertising your amazing diet tips, this book gives friendly, clear and readable guidance from one of the UK's most popular bloggers. It includes tips on great food photography and strategies for building your brand and securing TV appearances or regular press commissions.
"Full of blunt, good advice" Sheila Dillon, BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme
Amazon reviews for Get Started in Food Writing: