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The Food Processor Bible Paperback – 1 Jan 2000
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Written in a chatty style, the book starts with some general information about food processors followed by the 'Smart Chart' which details how to process all kinds of foods and includes some very useful tips. Then come the recipes which are well laid out and simple to follow. Lots of them include variations to reduce fat and also to make them suitable for Passover (the author is Jewish) as well as microwave and freezer details. Each chapter begins with hints and tips to bear in mind when using recipes from that chapter.
The Roasted Butternut Squash Soup and Chocolate Chip Cookies have already been a huge hit in my house and I look forward to trying out more of the recipes soon. One caveat - the measurements in this book are the American cup system but there is a section at the front of the book converting cups to metric and imperial weights.
I wholeheartedly recommend this book
So much thought has gone into the comprehensive instructions, details of how to process different foods, precise recipes (many healthy versions), humour and variety. My food processor has a work out nearly every day now.
I totally recommend this book for both new and experienced cooks especially those who have limited time to produce good home-cooked meals. It is in my top five of an embarrassingly large collection of cookery books. Thank you Norene Gilletz!
Just the tips for processor use alone make it worth its price, but I've tried out some of the recipes and they're fabulous. They do just what they say, which is rare in cookery books.
I think this is going to become a classic in our house, along with Marguerite Patten and Robert Carrier, for good, wholesome food that's easy to prepare.
All in all I will now try to resell this book as it is not for me.
The Food Processor Bible did not apeal to me because it did not have what i would call my sort of traditional recipes.
Also the weights and measures were not in UK standard using cups for measurement, oven heat did not relate to usual UK electric ovens.
Amazon were very good and gave me a refund
this should be described as a kosher recipe book.
measurements obscure and ingredients difficult to obtain.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent, as it states a Bible on the food processor. Very informative.Published 17 months ago by Polly
Helpful, and some good recipes, but it could be a lot simpler, as to what pieces of equipment, to us when. S not really what I was looking for.Published 18 months ago by Supergran
sooo much information in here and tons of recipes to make the best use of any food processor.Published 21 months ago by Patsy
This book is fantastic - if you are American Jewish or if you have Jewish friends who can explain the different kinds of dish (terms) that are in the book! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Wilkie