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2.0 out of 5 stars oh!, 25 April 2014
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This review is from: Do-ahead Dinners: how to feed friends and family without the frenzy (Hardcover)
oh dear. i had high hopes for this book. i have hundreds of foody books and thought the reviews for this one was enough to make me buy it, seemingly it was but i disagree with the vibe. people seem to have read it well but not actually rated it based on the end results from doing the recipes which is what i think a recipe book should be rated on. i would not have bought this book had i known. i'm not happy with it. it will go to a carboot sale and be sold for pennies. :-/
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Initial post: 29 Apr 2014 12:21:06 BDT
Anita Lowe says:
I've made several of the recipes in the book and found all of them to be successful - I'm not generally great at following recipes (in too much of a hurry!) so I like the simplicity of the layout and explanations. When I have a random ingredient and want some inspiration about what to do with it, I ask myself 'what does James have to say about celeriac/asparagus/chicory?' then reach for this, or his earlier book. Which ones didn't work for you?
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