Sex & Drugs & Sausage Rolls by Graham Garrett is available to buy now! 

Order your signed limited edition book and be the first to get your copy when it arrives on 16th October 2015. 

Each linen-covered copy bought through Face Publications is hand-numbered and signed by Graham Garrett. 

About the book

As the drummer with 80s rock bands Dumb Blondes, Panache and Ya Ya, Graham Garrett was used to rubbing shoulders with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Freddie Mercury and Talking Heads. As a chef, he's worked alongside some of the biggest names in the business, including Nico Ladenis, Richard Corrigan and Gordon Ramsay.

These days, you’ll find him in the kitchen at his Michelin-starred restaurant The West House, in Biddenden, Kent.

This autobiographical cookbook features recipes inspired by the story of Graham's transformation from stadium-filling rock star to groundbreaking chef, written with food writer Cat Black. The book reveals how his love of food started as a boy in 60s East End London and has been heavily inspired by his experiences touring the world as a musician. 

You'll find more than 50 recipes in the book, from a simple way to make great butter to Miso-glazed Mackerel with Yuzu Mayonnaise to Catalan Trifle, with influences drawn from American, British, Indian, Japanese, Russian and Thai cuisines  – an amalgamation of cultures in the kitchen resulting in a unique collection of dishes. 

With a foreword by Richard Corrigan and photography by Adrian Franklin.

Graham is a chef whose technique, pedigree and palate mean he could fuss and flourish with the best of them. But he doesn’t. There is a purity about his work that is a joy to eat
— Cat Black, Guild of Food Writers

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