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The Very Best Of Tommy Cooper (Volume One) by Tommy Cooper
4.0 out of 5 stars Genius, 14 Sep 2011
Bought this for my Dad but love Tommy Cooper and laughed all the way through it. You have to be a fan though, and the teenagers we tried it on don't seem to get it. Don't waste your money unless you are a fan or the person you are buying it for is.
French Brasserie Cookbook: the Heart of French Hom&hellip by Daniel Galmiche
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
I am an avid collector of cookery books, love eating good food but am a terrible cook and have very little patience in the kitchen... I've always been put off attempting French food before as it usually seems to involve long complicated instructions with lots of cream, flour and bain maries (all of which scare me rigid in a recipe) However with this book I can not only follow the recipes easily but have actually managed to make a couple of dishes with an unusual degree of success!! The beef bourguignon was gorgeous and so was the pan fried calves liver with capers, parsley and chervil (I live in a flat and went out and bought a herb planter at the weekend inspired by the recipes in the… Read more

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