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UK WINNER - GOURMAND WORLD COOKBOOK AWARDS 2020
'I can't think of a finer chef to have written a book on nutrition and diet for athletes' Tom Kerridge
A must-have recipe book designed for cyclists of all levels, written by Alan Murchison - a Michelin-starred chef and champion athlete who now cooks for British Cycling's elite athletes. His easy-to-make and nutritionally balanced meals will help cyclists reach their cycling performance goals - this is flavoursome food to make you go faster.
The Cycling Chef features more than 65 mouth-watering recipes - including breakfasts, salads, main meals, desserts and snacks, as well as vegetarian and vegan dishes - each designed with busy cyclists in mind. They are all quick and easy to prepare, and are made from ingredients that are readily available in any local supermarket.
A good diet won't make a sub-standard cyclist into a world beater, but a poor diet can certainly make a world class or any ambitious cyclist sub-standard. However, an optimised diet, whatever your potential, will help you reach your own personal performance goals.
A follow-up to Alan's award-winning The Cycling Chef, this is flavoursome food to get you lean and make you go faster.
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Drawing on the author's Michelin-starred kitchen expertise, The Cycling Chef features more than 75 mouth-watering recipes-including breakfasts, salads, main meals, desserts and snacks, as well as vegetarian and vegan dishes-each designed with busy cyclists in mind.
Y ou can tell from his new cook book that Alan Murchison takes his cycling very seriously. It's not just all the black and white photographs of tours from the Fifties and Sixties — catnip for the...
Book review: The Cycling Chef by Alan Murchison 03 May 2019 by Neil Gerrard During the 1904 Tour de France, winner Henri Cornet reputedly drank 11 litres of hot chocolate and four litres of tea and Champagne every day, as well as forcing down 1.5kg of rice pudding.