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Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just for You: More t&hellip by Kathy Hester
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Undoubtedly a vegan slow cook book caters for a niche market - even more so when it is aimed at singles and couples. However this book did have me searching for mini slow cookers to buy and was a slow cooker revelation. Recipes are varied and cover all meals - from spreads and porridges for breakfast, to dips, main courses and puddings, as well as a section of spice blends. Recipes smartly written - for an evening meal ingredients are separated into morning ingredients which cook all day - and then evening ingredients which are added upon your return home and cooks for a shorter length of time. New (at least to me) slow cooker techniques abound - cooking vegetables in a parchment paper… Read more
Master it: How to cook today by Rory O'Connell
Master it: How to cook today by Rory O'Connell
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Every generation of cooks has their faithful, ever reliable cooking bible. The book that's nearly falling apart, that drops opens at the old favourites and emergency stalwarts, with notes scribbled in the margins. The Victorians had Mrs Beeton. My mother's copy of Constance Spry has had an unassailable slot on her shelf, and then there's Larousse Gastronomique, Delia, Leith's Kitchen Bible (an unashamedly blatant pitch for the position); the list goes on. The latest to join the ranks is this book from Rory O'Connell, cookery teacher and co-founder of the Ballymaloe Cookery school in East Cork.

It's a big book, with 562 pages, with twenty two chapters of recipes, split by… Read more
World Food Cafe: Quick and Easy: Recipes from a Ve&hellip by Chris Caldicott
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The first thing that struck me when I opened the parcel containing Chris and Carolyn Caldicott's new World Food Cafe: Quick and Easy Recipes from a Vegetarian Journey, published by Frances Lincoln, was the bold and inviting hard cover. I may have ooOoh'ed out loud as I reached into the box.

This is Caldicott's third World Book Cafe cookery book, a mouth watering collection of over 100 vegetarian recipes gathered on their recent journeys to exciting travel destinations around the world.

This beautifully written book takes you to ship's galleys in Bangladesh, to sand dunes in Namibia to a junk drifting through the tranquil seascape of Vietnam. Not only do the authors… Read more

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