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130 fantastic flavour-filled recipes show you how to make the best of fresh, naturally grown produce. Recipes follow the changing pattern of the seasons with chapters on Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, each presenting a wealth of recipes for every type of meal, from starters and appetizers to main courses and desserts. Stunningly illustrated with 250 beautiful photographs.
- A glorious heritage collection presenting 30 of England's
favorite dishes, from hearty breakfasts to classic tea-time
This book features 25 traditional recipes for shaped, filled & hand-dipped confections. You can create indulgent treats in your own kitchen with this delightful gift book. You can learn how to achieve professional finishes with step-by-step techniques for tempering, making ganache, and shaping and dipping truffles. You can make classic confections such as Hazelnut Praline Truffles, Salted Caramel Chocolates and Peanut Butter Cups, or impress friends with Hand-painted Jasmine Green Tea Chocolates, Lavender-Milk Chocolate Truffles, and Rose and Violet Creams. This gorgeous little book brings together traditional treats and contemporary confections, with easy-to-follow instructions. Claire Ptak explains how to work with chocolate, from grating and chopping to melting and tempering. Step-by-step sequences reveal the art of making ganache, shaping it into square or spherical truffles, and hand-dipping them for sensational results. The recipes are beautifully illustrated with stunning full-page shots of every finished chocolate. The confections on offer are suitable for all sorts of occasions - make Champagne Truffles for a celebratory party, Chocolate Lips and Hearts for Valentine's Day or Chocolate Peppermint Creams for a family treat. Whatever you choose, the simple methods, helpful tips and inspirational photographs ensure that you will be delighted with the results.
The vegan revolution is here to stay and now it is easier than ever to ditch animal-based foods and embrace a natural, healthier and more environmentally-friendly way of life. This updated new edition of a great classic book brings the advice on key nutrients up-to-date and, along with favourite vegan mainstays, offers new exciting recipes to prove that being vegan does not mean excluding comfort food, sweet treats, or wickedly savoury delights. The 140 recipes range from Granola Breakfast Bars and Vegetable Seaweed Dahl to Roasted Squash and Mushroom Ramen and Apple Chia Puddings - there has never been a better, and easier, time to go vegan! A complete guide to planning and enjoying a healthy vegan lifestyle for people wanting to give up meat, fish and dairy, a concise introduction advises you on key nutrients and where to find them in your food, easy-fixes for packed lunches, pitfalls to avoid when eating out and much more. Recipes include Yellow Pea and Lentil Soup; Roasted Kale Crisps; Thai Noodle Salad; Malaysian Tofu and Quinoa Laksa; Spiced Greens with Hemp Seeds; Chocolate Beetroot Cakes; and Morel, Garlic and Asparagus Focaccia.
Bread machines provide the pleasure of creating sensational baked goods with the minimum of effort. This comprehensive guide shows you how and provides 150 heart-warming classic recipes. The book begins with an introduction to the types of breads and doughs. The techniques section explains the basics about machines, how different ingredients can be added and how traditional techniques like kneading and shaping can be used with your machine to make more specialized breads. The recipes are organized into chapters by styles of bread, and include different types from all around the world. Each has been tested and adapted for baking at home with your bread machine so that you can prepare all of your favourite breads with ease.
Mushrooms are one of the most intriguing foods, and discoveries are still being made about their mysterious properties. Increasing number of varieties are available commercially and this inspiring new book explores the range of edible wild and cultivated mushrooms, and gives a fantastic collection of creative recipes to cook with them. A beautiful and informative portrait gallery of the different mushrooms offers culinary suggestions and ideas for making the most of each one. The delicious recipes are grouped seasonally, from Pulled Rabbit and Morel Ravioli or Chestnut Mushroom and Mousseron Tart to Kale and Shiitake Soup and a Gourmet Mushroom Burger.
This title presents traditional food and cooking in 30 authentic dishes. You can discover the tastes and traditions of delicious Irish home cooking, with this collection of easy-to-follow recipes. It features a fabulous selection of dishes from the Emerald Isle, with well-known Irish Stew, Dublin Coddle, Champ, and Pratie Apple Cake, alongside some lesser known regional dishes like Smoked Wicklow Trout with Cucumber, Crab Bake, and Dingle Pies. The introduction offers a conscise overview of Irish cooking and eating traditions plus a guide to the classic ingredients of the country. The recipes range from enticing breakfasts, hearty soups and moreish appetizers, to substantial main courses and mouthwatering desserts and cakes. Nutritional information for every recipe is given. It is illustrated with beautiful photographs of practical steps and final dishes. Ireland is famous for its lush, rolling countryside, lively pubs and hearty comfort food. Bounded by three seas and with numerous freshwater rivers, Irish cooks have access to a fabulous range of top-quality fish and shellfish. Inland, cows, pigs and sheep thrive, providing some of the best meat in the British Isles. This lovely little book is the perfect introduction to the country's cuisine with 30 dishes that embody the ethos at the heart of Irish cooking - first-class seasonal ingredients, cooked simply and with care.
This title includes: recipes, techniques and decorations from the golden age of cake-making. It is a classic Victorian book by T. Percy Lewis and A.G. Bromley, brought to the modern reader with a foreword by Nicholas Lodge. Hand-tinted illustration plates of the finished cakes appear throughout the book, as well as close-ups of piping details. Notes for the modern reader have been included to assist today's baker in adjusting and adapting recipes, with tips on unusual equipment and archaic ingredients. It includes everything from making wedding cakes, gateaux and tartlets to piping lettering and making marzipan flowers. This nostalgic book will enchant all cake-makers, providing a fascinating source of baking and decorating ideas, as well as an insight into forgotten techniques. This book is a treasure from a golden age. Originally published at the turn of the century, during the heyday of cake-making, it was intended to become the standard work on cakes and confectionery, for use by both amateurs and professionals. There are recipes for all kinds of traditional Victorian cakes, biscuits and cookies, petits fours, shortbreads, pound and slab cakes, gingerbreads, marzipan and nougat, as well as a multitude of fillings, icings and frostings. The illustrations in the book are remarkable examples of the photographic techniques of the time; the original publishers claimed that the high-quality image work was unique, with 'every illustration reproduced from the actual cake'. The detail of the original volume has been preserved, resulting in a book to delight the eye and inspire the modern baker.
UPDATED 2018. This substantially updated new edition offers detailed help on cooking for people with diabetes, including an extensive introduction that helps to explain the condition and offers advice on all aspects of nutrition as well as weight management and exercise. Guidance is given on how to live with diabetes, with advice on managing the condition, alleviating the symptoms, controlling your weight and reducing medication, and bringing together the latest thinking on dietary and lifestyle advice to help understand the condition while offering clear guidelines on what and when to eat. There is then a fantastic selection of tempting but healthy recipes, to help tailor food intake to individual requirements, with recipes to inspire diabetic cooks and enable them to continue to enjoy food with family and friends, with breakfast suggestions, snacks, light meals, main courses, and even puddings and desserts. There is a special section on diabetes in children, as well as advice and support for how to manage the condition through puberty, pregnancy and through the ageing process. The 150 recipes provide everything that is needed for a varied and enjoyable diet, with recipes that friends and family will enjoy such as Roasted Chicken with Mediterranean Vegetables, Grilled Mackerel with Spicy Dahl, and Wild Mushroom and Fontina Tarts. Each recipe comes with complete nutritional notes Fully illustrated with over 650 photographs, this book will be welcome reading for anyone living with diabetes.
Featuring 40 classic cheeses, including mozzarella, Cheddar, Stilton, Gouda, Brie and other popular varieties, this book tells you all you need to know about how to set up a home dairy. It covers the importance of food safety and hygiene; where and how to source milk; an accessible overview of the biochemical processes involved; and essential techniques such as milling, draining, pressing, salting, rind-washing, introducing moulds or yeasts, maturing and storing.With over 475 photographs and a user-friendly troubleshooting section, this volume will enable you to develop the skills required, whatever your previous experience or level of expertise.
Imagine a table laden with homemade scones and muffins, freshly made sandwiches and savouries, biscuits and cookies, cakes and pastries of all varieties, and seasonal fruit jams. Afternoon tea is a perfect treat, to be enjoyed by everyone whenever you can, not just a ritual for high days and holidays. This delightful recipe book presents 200 delicious dishes to serve for afternoon tea. It opens with a brief history of afternoon tea traditions and etiquette. A guide to specialty teas of the world follows, and of course information on how to choose, blend and make the perfect cup of tea. There are recipes suitable for traditional high tea, family afternoon tea, teatime celebrations or an indulgent get-together - and recipes to suit the different seasons, as well as to suit different appetites. All the well-known classics such as Victoria Sponge, Bakewell tart, chocolate cake and malt loaf are included, and of course savouries such as sausage rolls, mini quiches, cheese straws and more. Learn how to make your own crumpets, English muffins, teacakes and preserves. Enjoy classic cucumber sandwiches, mouthwatering chocolate eclairs, and fruit teabreads. Whether you are planning an alfresco tea in the sun or tucked up by the fire after a winter walk, this collection of delights - beautifully photographed throughout - is a must for all teatime lovers.
The small ingredient that packs a super-sized nutritional punch, the humble lentil is a superfood that is endlessly versatile. It can lend itself to all kinds of dishes, from comforting bakes to spicy soups and succulent falafels. It can be used to thicken casseroles, add substance to salads and stuffings, and made into herby kofte balls. This book contains a wonderful selection of recipes from around the world, including Lentil and Pasta Soup, Puy Lentil and Cabbage Salad, Lentil Dhal, and Haddock with Spicy Puy Lentils. With a guide to all the different types of lentils available and how to cook and enjoy them, the book is a must for every healthy kitchen bookshelf.
This title explores the rich and varied delights of German cuisine with 25 classic recipes presented in this stylish gift book. It features a fabulous collection of recipes from the heart of Germany including Pickled Matje Herrings, Bavarian Meatloaf, Roast Duck with Savoy Cabbage, Lebkuchen, and Black Forest Gateau. Chapters include Soups and Appetizers; Main Meals; Vegetables and Side Dishes; and Desserts, Cakes and Bakes. The introduction offers a fascinating overview of German cooking and touches upon the landscape, festivals and key ingredients used in the German kitchen. Each recipe is beautifully photographed and the recipe instructions are easy to follow, guaranteeing success. Complete nutritional information is given for every recipe to help with dietary planning. The robust food and cooking of Germany has proved enduringly popular across the world. Pork, tomatoes, and spices are the basis of many of Germany's classic dishes alongside their justly famous sausages. Germans also have a sweet tooth and their cakes and pastries are universally admired. This little cookbook offers a wonderful taste of Germany's culinary heritage with over 25 mouthwatering recipes. Hearty and nourishing, the selected dishes represent the very best that Germany has to offer and each recipe introduction gives a fascinating insight into the background of German cuisine. Wonderfully photographed throughout, this book will delight all those keen to experience the traditional cooking of Germany.
Pressure cooking is a method of cooking food using liquid in a sealed container where steam is produced. Foods cook quickly in a pressure cooker - casseroles, for example, can be made in well under an hour. This book will take you through the basics of choosing a pressure cooker, how they work, which best suits your needs, as well as providing you with lots of exciting recipes to try. From soups and stews to puddings and chutneys, there are over 120 nutritious ideas, each featuring step-by-step instructions and beautiful photography. No matter which pressure cooker you decide to buy or already own, this book is guaranteed to help you get the best results.
Why aren't we using vegetables in dessert? That seems obvious at first - they're not as sweet as fruit. Until you remember that a lot of fruits are quite tart to taste, and many veggies are quite sweet. We all know there's a spectrum - every child knows that many vegetables are really fruits, including avocados, tomatoes, peas, sweetcorn, courgettes, and bell peppers. In this truly innovative new baking book, Ysanne Spevack has made sure to include not only veggies that are secretly fruits, but also veggies that are 100% bona-fide vegetables, such as carrots, lettuce, spinach, cauliflower and onions. Why conform to the norm, let's embrace the strange and say yes to vegetables in unusual places! Vegetables are delicious, and of course they can all be sweetened, either by being marinated and mixed with something sweet (and healthy), or by having their natural sugars caramelised - or both. Many vegetables offer other plus points, like outrageous colours, or surprising textures. Take beetroots - how could you turn down such a wonderful colour? And lotus roots - the crunch and the shape is too extraordinary to refuse! The gorgeous spiralling shapes of the fiddlehead ferns make a tart of true artistry. And, of course, there are the health benefits of eating more veg. Many people struggle with ways to eat their recommended five (or more) a day, and parents often worry about getting vegetables into their children without a fight. Children are savvy to every trick to smuggle vegetables into their dinner, and can find the evidence a speck of green in a veggie burger within seconds. But give them a cake with a big cauliflower inside, and the silliness of it gets a foot in the door. The pure anarchy of putting soft leaves inside a layer cake or loaf engages most people's sense of humour. Once you're there, Godzilla Cake is a cinch! Other ideas are things of pure beauty, whether cascading radish slices offering unexpected juicy crispness to a pavlova, or swirls of purple radicchio adorning a rich and creamy cheesecake. Widen your perspective and enter into a brave new parallel world of possibilities. These recipes may feature some of the most familiar ingredients in your fridge, but in an enlightening and often entertaining way. Lastly, but most importantly of all, the cakes, bakes, cookies and treats are all absolutely wonderful to eat - which is Ysanne's aim, to indulge in the pleasures of baking and eating, with a side helping of health along the way.
This book features traditional food and cooking in 25 authentic dishes. You can discover the unexpected delights of Finland's hearty cuisine in this little book on Finnish food and cooking. You can explore the wide range of fresh, seasonal ingredients in more than 25 recipes, ranging from classic dishes such as Baltic Herrings with Caper Butter, and Cloudberry Mousse, to fusion recipes that reveal diverse influences, such as Reindeer Pot au Feu, and Russian-inspired Easter Bread. The introduction offers a concise overview of this exciting culinary tradition, plus a guide to the main ingredients of the country. It is illustrated with wonderful photographs by William Lingwood of practical steps and final dishes. The spellbinding landscape of Finland is dominated by more than 180,00 lakes and 175,000 islands with vast expanses of unspoilt boreal forests. Wild meat, seasonal berries, indigenous vegetables and freshwater fish abound and, combined with traditional cooking methods such as baking, casseroling and pickling, have resulted in a healthy, hearty and seasonal culinary tradition.These delicious recipes offer a tantalizing taste of both historical and contemporary Finnish cooking. There are age-old classics such as Crayfish Soup, and Trout with Cucumber and Horseradish, as well as more recent adaptions such as Karelian Hot-Pot, and Lingonberry and Semolina Pudding. Packed with beautiful photography, cook's tips, variations and nutritional information for each recipe, this unique little book is a must for anyone interested in learning about this fascinating cuisine.
This book features over 300 delectable cookies, cakes, pies, tarts, brownies, bars and breads, shown step by step with more than 1350 photographs. More than 300 recipes featuring a mouthwatering selection of homemade treats for every occasion. Delicious recipes for cakes and family tea-time treats to tempt you to revive the art of traditional home baking. It includes a fantastic range of breads - from everyday loaves to international classics. Every recipe is wonderfully illustrated with beautiful step-by-step photographs. This compendium of baking offers an irresistible spread of recipes for an extensive range of baked foods. The book begins with a comprehensive techniques section, covering all the ingredients, equipment and skills you will need, including how to bake blind, make a lattice top for a pie, or make a case for a cheesecake. A profusion of tempting recipes includes everything from rustic cookies and traditional pies to sumptuous cakes and tortes, with classics such as Shortbread ranged alongside the more sophisticated Caramel Layer Cake. There are plenty of delicious breads to make too. Fill your kitchen with the scents of baking with this glorious cookbook.
This title shows you how to cook the natural way with a guide to healthy ingredients and more than 140 delectable recipes. It is a practical and straightforward guide to understanding the issues surrounding organic food and drink. It features a comprehensive survey of organic ingredients, from fabulous fruit and vegetables to tender meat and poultry, hearty breads and handy storecupboard items. It is illustrated with over 800 beautiful photographs, Anyone who loves cooking and eating great food agrees that for the best results you need to start with good-quality ingredients. This book offers a clear explanation of the organic movement, with practical advice on buying, storing and cooking, and also provides over 140 exciting recipes that make the most of these fabulous ingredients. Try tender lamb with baby potatoes for a wonderful spring meal, roast chicken with Mediterranean vegetables in summer, garlic and squash soup for a warming autumn lunch, and smoked haddock with mustard cabbage in winter. All the recipes - even the dessert ideas - are as delicious as they are healthy.
This is a book of recipes. It helps you discover the vibrancy of coriander in this book of 30 distinctive recipes using fresh leaves and dried seeds. It includes classic appetizers such as Carrot and Coriander Soup, Gazpacho, and Falafel, plus pungently spiced main meals such as Cumin and Coriander Rubbed Lamb, Pork Belly with Five Spices, Seafood Salad with Fragrant Herbs, and Okra, Tomato and Coriander Tagine. Chapters include Soups; Starters and Snacks; Fish and Seafood; Meat and Poultry; and Vegetable Dishes and Salads. It includes a useful introduction that covers all types of coriander, how to store and prepare it and how to grow your own. It is beautifully illustrated with over 100 photographs of each finished dish plus charming artworks. It includes a nutritional breakdown for each recipe will help with dietary planning. Coriander has always been highly esteemed in the East and in Mediterranean countries for its ability to enliven a wide variety of dishes from soups and stews to salsas, curries and salads. The fresh leaf combines perfectly with garlic, chillies and lime to lift vegetable and fish and seafood dishes to a new height. As a seed, coriander provides a warm earthy addition to roasts, spice mixtures, marinades and relishes. This wonderful collection of recipes draw on exotic cuisines to enable you to experience the versatility of this herb. From simple fare such as Spiced Chickpeas, Crab Salad with Coriander, and Bean and Herb Salad to seriously filling Fragrant Chicken Curry, Dry Fish Stew with Coriander and Spicy Meatballs each dish will be enjoyed with relish. It is a guide to all types of coriander and how to grow, store and prepare it gives you all the information you need to start using this wonderful herb in your cooking. With fabulous photographs throughout this perfect little book will help add piquancy to your food.
This title helps you enjoy the pleasure of good food, simply prepared with over 30 great hot-off-the-grill recipes. You can create delicious meals in minutes, including fish, poultry, meat, vegetarian and dessert recipes. It includes easy step-by-step techniques for tasty marinades and salsas. You can create exciting indoor and outdoor meals with inspiring ideas, such as Koftas with Avocado & Melon Salsa, Teriyaki Trout, Grilled Spiced Chicken, and Nectarines with Marzipan & Mascarpone. It offers helpful hints and tips that help you achieve perfect results. Grilling food is quick and easy, making it perfect for the busy lives we lead today. This book introduces the reader to a range of simple recipes that use all types of ingredients, and most can be cooked on the grill or broiler indoors, or on the barbecue outside. You can try Marinated Monkfish & Mussel Skewers, Minty Yogurt Chicken, Persian Kebabs, Mexican Beefburgers, Pitta Pizzas, or Leek & Cheese Sausages. For something sweet, you could opt for Fruit Kebabs with Chocolate & Marshmallow Fondue, or Hot Fruit with Maple Butter. Whatever your taste, this varied collection of recipes offers plenty of unusual ideas as well as best-loved classics.
This title offers delicious guilt-free delights for all seasons and occasions. Indulge your craving for desserts with this guilt-free collection of over 30 recipes. It helps to create mouthwatering dishes that are completely satisfying yet very low in fat. It includes recipes to suit everyone, from simple fruit salads to impressive dinner-party gateaux. Enjoy classics such as Raspberry Vacherin, Tia Maria Gateau and Summer Pudding, all containing less than 5g/[UNK]oz of fat per portion. It includes a helpful guide to planning a low-fat diet and a useful chart of the fat and calorie content of common sweet ingredients. If you are trying to cut down the fat in your diet, you probably think you cannot enjoy delectable desserts and indulgent puddings. This book provides a selection of tasty recipes that you can enjoy without the guilt, as they have all been devised to be very low in fat. Many of the recipes use the natural sweetness of fruits to create wonderful tastes, such as Soft Fruit Pavlova and Blackberry Charlotte. There are also ideas that include alternatives to cream, such as yogurt or low-fat creme fraiche, to create lighter versions of classic dishes. The calorie, fat, saturated fat and cholesterol contents are detailed for each dish, to help you choose the ideal recipe.
This title offers 20 delectable recipes shown in 100 photographs. It is a delightful collection of pastries, from the wonderfully simple to the seriously indulgent. The recipes are inspired by many different cuisines and are divided into Little Tarts, Lunchtime Tarts and Fancy Tarts. Ideas include Onion and Mushroom Tartlets, Greek Feta Tart, Smoked Salmon Tart with Potato Pastry, Peach and Redcurrant Tartlets, and Apricot and Almond Tart. Straightforward instructions are accompanied by inspirational photographs to make every tart easily achievable and enjoyable to make. It includes a useful section of step-by-step techniques for making different types of pastry and fillings, with advice on using a food processor, rolling out and baking blind. Tips and variations are provided throughout, giving you a wealth of extra ideas. There are few things as irresistible as a freshly baked tart, whether it is filled with a simple custard or topped with golden, caramelized shallots. For those new to baking, the mysteries of light and crumbly pastry can seem a little daunting. This wonderful collection of recipes includes all the essential techniques you will need to ensure success every time. One of the most appealing aspects of tarts is their versatility, and this book contains delicious ideas for all sorts of occasions. There are ideas for mid-morning snacks, sweet tartlets to have with afternoon tea and elegant desserts for special suppers. Try Tomato, Feta and Olive Tartlets for a light lunch and serve Blueberry Frangipane Flan as the perfect finish for a dinner party. The useful techniques section provides all the guidance you will need to make perfect pastry, including basic recipes for shortcrust, rich shortcrust and pate sucree, and step-by-step techniques for rolling pastry out, lining tins and pans, and baking blind. This little book is a perfect addition to any kitchen shelf.
This title includes 20 simple and stylish ideas shown in 150 photographs. You can discover how easy it is to prepare and present delicious wrapped food. It includes quick and easy edible wraps, from soft tortillas and spicy chapatis to paper-thin spring roll wrappers and sweet lacy pancakes, as well as more exotic ideas, such as dried lotus leaves and corn busks. Chapters include Snacks and Appetizers, Lunchtime Wraps and Gourmet Wraps. A useful introduction covers different types of wraps, preparation and wrapping techniques, and fabulous ways with fillings and sauces. It covers over 150 glorious photographs, both step-by-step to show techniques and stages, and a perfect image of each finished dish. Variations and cook's tips provide extra scope to experiment with ingredients and cooking methods. Wraps are the original fast food. They are easy to make, tasty to eat and ideal for every occasion, from breakfast on the run to a sophisticated supper with friends. Preparing food in its own individual package is also endlessly versatile. Aside from wraps, cute rolls and pretty enclosed parcels make equally delightful options. This fabulous book features plenty of suggestions for superb snacks and meals, with recipe ideas from all around the world. There are moreish mini tortilla cones filled with smoked salmon and soft cheese that are ideal for imprompt parties, hearty beef enchiladas with red sauce and mango salsa for a sustaining luch, and hand-rolled sushi, which is perfect for elegant entertaining. The book also includes recipes with non-edible wrappers such as lotus leaves, and there are some surprising dessert ideas such as coffee crepes with peaches and cream. With easy-to-follow techniques and inspiring photographs, this is the perfect little book for people who want food that is fun to make and delicious to eat.
Whether you drizzle it over salads and breads or use it in cooking, olive oil is a magical ingredient that enhances food, soothes sharp tastes, and provides an extra richness during or after cooking. This enticing book offers a selection of classic olive oil recipes, taken from the countries that have produced it for centuries, along with detailed information on the healthy benefits of olive oil.
This is the indispensable cook's guide to tomatoes, featuring a variety list and over 160 delicious recipes. It is the ultimate guide to cooking, using and growing tomatoes - one of the world's most popular ingredients. It is an authoritative introduction that includes all you will ever need to know about tomatoes, including preparation, buying, storing and preserving, and how to grow your own. It is a detailed and comprehensive fully illustrated guide to more than 40 different varieties of tomatoes. It is a mouthwatering selection of over 160 recipes - appetizers, salads, breads, main courses and side dishes. You can take your pick from such classic delights as homemade tomato ketchup; iced tomato soup; crunchy Greek tomato and feta salad; juicy stuffed tomatoes; crispy tomato tarts and pizzas; refreshing tomato cocktails; hot chili salsas and delicious tomato sauces. Tomatoes are one of the most popular, delicious and versatile ingredients available. This extensively researched guide encompasses every aspect of the tomato - from its many varieties to the multitude of ways to cook it and eat it. The informative introduction starts with the history of the tomato, a guide to types, and advice on buying, growing, storage and preservation. The recipe section of the book has ideas for soups and appetizers, salads and side dishes, vegetarian, meat or fish dishes, drinks, salsas and breads, with plenty of new ideas as well as many old friends. This book will help you get the very best out of this most delicious ingredient.
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