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How to Boil an Egg: and 184 Other Simple Recipes for One (Right Way S.) Paperback – 24 Mar 1986
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If you don't consider yourself a cook, this book is for you!
This book tells you how to boil an egg - and how to poach, scramble or fry it. It tells you: how to prepare vegetables; about different meats; how to get all the elements of a meal ready to eat at the same time. It takes you from the very basic basics right through to the mysteries of 'Sunday lunch'.See all Product description
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As well as how to boil an egg, there are plenty of useful ideas for people on a budget, and some good ideas for spicing up old (and sometimes boring) favourites, like shepherd's pie.
If you're looking for a good first cook book written in a friendly, non-patronising style (it was originally written for the author's son when he went to university) then this book is for you.
By Colin Neville (United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
As a Type 1 Diabetic since 1963, blood testing, correct Insulin dosage and correct quantities of sensible foods are my first daily basic essentials for continuation of life. When my ex-wife announced an unexpected divorce in 1990, I had to learn very quickly, how to cook; in order to survive. This book was my saviour. It teaches the rudiments for the preparation and cooking of: vegetables, meats, poultry and fish, in an easy to understand no frills, no nonsense manner. It recommends portion sizes/weights, cooking times and temperatures. It also suggests which vegetables to accompany the subject meat, poultry or fish dish. A first class basic cookery book. Fifteen years later, I still find myself referring back to this easy to use superb, basic, cookery handbook. Highly recommended!