One Pot Wonders Hardcover – 16 Jan 2014
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Lindsey Bareham is one of those writers - like Elizabeth David or Jane Grigson before her - whose books have the power to change the way people cook and eat. (Sunday Times)
I want to cook every single recipe in this book! (Nigella Lawson (referring to The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales))
A great read as well as a really useful cookery book. (Waitrose Weekend)
Lindsey Bareham is a star. Her recipes brighten up each day for the desperate domestic cook. Her idea of good food is my idea of good food - easy on the skills, easy on the eye and tremendously tasty. (Matthew Fort)
Not only a collection of great recipes but also a unique glimpse into a terrific cook's kitchen. (Telegraph)
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In One Pot Wonders Lindsey Bareham takes inspiration from around the world in these delicious, mouth-watering recipes. Be tempted by: Roast Meatballs with Sweet Potato and Lemon Couscous; Saffron Chicken with Apricots and Cardamom; Aubergine Curry; Cornish Fish Stew with Rouille or Pomegranate and Ginger Lamb Noodles.
There are sweet treats too, from Lychees, Melon and Stem Ginger Fruit Salad to a comforting Malva Pudding and a show-stopping Black Swan Pavlova.See all Product description
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Many of the recipes could be made in one pot but madly Lindsey Bareham over complicates things. The first recipe I tried - Spring Chicken Stew with Carrots and Peas calls for various different cookery procedures, which are actually unnecessary. This dish could be made all in one pot without pre cooking the potatoes and peas. Even sillier, a careless mistake offers the ingredients up with none of the eponymous carrots! This made me lose my faith from the off.
How can a layered sponge cake be a One Pot Wonder? Even a pudding called Malva needs a dish, and a bain marie arrangement. These ordinary recipes were clearly stuffing.
Carelessness does not belong in a recipe book. Slapdash proof reading, lazy editing, makes the reader feel short changed and insecure. If I wanted a book of good home cooking, with some international dishes to spice it up, well yes this would be a start, apart from the mistakes. It is not what it says on the cover, just another collection of tasty looking food.
Have a previous one pot cook book from this chef which has rarely been used due to unexciting recipes. This book however is a permanent fixture in the kitchen as everything we have cooked from it has been a success! One Pot Wonders is a title that doesn't lie .
Every recipe has produced simple, tasty, honest, good time, comforting food. There is a great collection of dishes to cook. Soups , stews, pasta,rice, noodles, European, Asian - lots to enjoy.
Try the duck with haricot beans or the Moroccan chicken pilaff -you can't go wrong
This is big flavour cooking, along with Bareham's usual simple method. Next week for me I'll try squid and chorizo stew, a great stifado and the wonderful looking black pasta with chilli. The week after, the laksa, sausage and bean chicken stew and Bo po. Yummy. The prose is great too. Mouthwatering and temptingly written. Recommended
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