Cooking for One: 150 recipes to treat yourself Hardcover – 7 May 2009
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150 tempting, easy recipes that prove cooking for one can be fun!
About the Author
This book marks a new direction for Amy Willcock, who has previously written six Aga cookery books and been described by Nigella Lawson as the 'hand-holder to Aga owners everywhere'. Here she focuses her considerable expertise on the particular demands of cooking just for one. She holds regular entertaining and cookery and workshops around the UK, has two young children, plus a husband and various animals. She also writes a monthly column for The Shooting Gazette and regularly for magazines such as Homes and Gardens.
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Top Customer Reviews
What I think is great is that the recipes show that cooking for one need not be about endless bowls of pasta or baked potatoes or supermarket ready meals. This is much more adventurous, although not necessarily more complicated, cooking for those who are interested in producing something that is not run of the mill. Just to give you a flavour of the recipes here are a few examples: crab & chilli linguine, grilled sea bass with caper & orange butter, duck in green peppercorn sauce, pork chop with orange, chicken thighs with coconut & almonds, slow cooked lamb, loin of lamb with parmesan & basil crust. In addition there are recipes for pheasant breast, quail, scallops, even grouse. I don't suppose I'll use those that often but they will be useful for special meals.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For anyone living on their own or a student this book is full of clear easy to follow recipesand helpful tipsPublished on 17 Mar. 2013 by Connie Burchett
Excellent recipes, simple to follow and great cooking made easy
I would recommend this to anyone whether single or not.