Marvellous Meals with Mince Paperback – Illustrated, 13 Sep 2012
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'Josceline's recipes are personal, imaginative, exquisite; her stories of the extraordinary worlds they evoke and her fascinating life are enchanting' for Orchards in the Oasis --Claudia Roden
'One of this year's most endearing books about food' for Orchards in the Oasis --The Daily Mail
'One of Britain's best-loved cookery writers, Josceline Dimbleby has sold more than 2 million recipe books' --BBC Good Food magazine
“The recipes for chopped-up beef, pork, veal, chicken, turkey and fish are absolutely rock-solid. Marvellous.” 29th August 2012, Metro
‘Josceline Dimbleby’s Marvellous Meals with Mince was so popular it was reprinted eight times between 1982-89. Freshly revamped, re-written and added to for this age of austerity, this bestselling recipe book is back and better than ever. From hearty pies, crunchy croquettes and delicate mousses, Josceline shows us how to whip up meals with mince, in very fine style.’ October 2012, Country & Town House
About the Author
Josceline Dimbleby is a successful and creative cookery writer. She has written more than 24 books on food and cooking, including the first cookery books ever to be sold in Sainsbury's stores, sales of which exceed 2 million copies and been translated into many languages. She was food columnist for the Sunday Telegraph for over 15 years and has also contributed to many other newspapers and magazines. She has also featured on numerous radio and TV programmes. Her latest book, Orchards in the Oasis, published by Quadrille, is an engaging memoir that combines recipes with tales from her extraordinary upbringing; it won The Guild of Food Writers, Kate Whiteman Award for Work on Food and Travel.
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It does actually seem quite dated and of it's era and a bunch of stuff I just don't think is worth trying but some of it is pretty good and some good ideas and recipes but not quite deserving of it's reputation.