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Making the Most of Your Food Processor Paperback – 21 Feb 2013

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Product details

  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Spring Hill (21 Feb. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1908974117
  • ISBN-13: 978-1908974112
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 1.1 x 20.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
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Book Description

How to produce soups, spreads, purees, cakes, pastries and all kinds of savoury treats.

About the Author

Home cooking and baking expert, Sue Simkins, explains in her usual clear and easy-going style, how a food processor - your very own sous-chef - can help you get the most out of fresh wholesome ingredients and make great food for your friends and family. Sue lives in Dorset and is also the author of Cakes for the Tooth Fairy, Cooking with Mrs Simkins and Tea with Mrs Simkins.


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Rubbish - using the heading food processor is totally misleading - the only help being that you use if to 'whizz' ingredients. Otherwise a very average selection of recipes that you would find in much cheaper books.
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My wife is more than happy with the book, lots of tips and recipes which she is eager to try
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Not bad for the price and to be honest plenty of recipes. Speedy delivery.
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Good book
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useful little book
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I pre-ordered this book, based on the description. I was expecting a book that showed different ways of using a food processor to hasten my time in the kitchen, instead it has a bunch of uninspiring recipes with no pictures.

If I had wanted a cookery book I would have gone for Jamie Oliver or any other well known chef, the title is misleading...

Rubbish and I would definitely not recommend.
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I wanted a machine that converts food into juice only. Mistake
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I too pre ordered this book and was looking forward to its arrival. I thought as it is an up to date 2013 food processor cook book I had a lot of hints and tips to look forward to....but...there is little about using a food processor let alone any hints. I have been using a food processor for more years than I can remember but am always ready to learn something new. When I use my processor I usually make a few things at a time carefully thinking about what I am making so as not to have to wash the bowl after each process. Also most processors these days come with a small bowl that sits inside the large bowl, I didn't see any reference or hints about perhaps grating carrots, chopping lettuce etc in the large bowl then making the dressing in the small bowl? sorry, that was just an example but that is the sort of thing I expected from this book. Any comments are welcome. I will keep the book but like another reviewer, would rather have bought just a cook book as I think the title of this one is rather misleading.
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