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Extremely useful & a pleasure to read - what more can you ask for in a cookbook?,
This review is from: Do-ahead Dinners: how to feed friends and family without the frenzy (Hardcover)
There are cookbooks that find themselves on a bookshelf or even worse on a coffee table, but Do Ahead Dinners is one of those books that constantly gets relocated from the kitchen counter to your work desk and back to your bed stand. If you have dinners to do ahead with ingredients to be bought ahead also, you will find yourself relying on this helpful manual very often, even as you are on the move to your nearest groceries - what more can you ask for in a cookbook?
My copy of James Ramsden's latest work has a little bit of grease on the front page, splashes of gravy somewhere between the 4th and 5th chapter and is laden with folded pages that has added a little bit of bulk to the book. I use it the whole time.
You definitely won't find my copy of this book as a second hand, and it's certainly not because of the aforementioned stains.
In a jungle of oversupplied heap of cookbooks, this is a little gem that should be bought by anyone who wants to be organised with their dinner parties. Overall, I am a happy bunny with this one.
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Initial post: 1 Nov 2013 15:28:17 GMT
Which recipes have you successfully tried would be helpful to know as opposed to saying it's a nice book
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