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Rebel Cook: Breaking the Rules for Brilliant Food Hardcover – 12 Oct 2006
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"Rebel Cook is all about experimenting with food and adapting
recipes to suit your tastes." -- Countryside La Vie
"Simon's approach to cooking is highly individual, as this book
brilliantly demonstrates." -- BBC Good Food Magazine
"Valuable for encouraging home cooks not to stick rigidly to the
-- Manchester Evening News
Simon Rimmer is the author of October 2004's bestselling Accidental Vegetarian (Cassell Illustrated). Simon's profile is rising -- he is currently filming three new series for BBC1 and can also be seen co-presenting Great Food Live for UKTV Food, as well as his successful series for Granada, Grub's Up, now in its third series for ITV1. He has also appeared regularly on programmes such as This Morning, Granada Tonight, and A Taste for Travel. We live in a cosmopolitan society, where people eat Indian one night, Italian the next and even the local pub is serving Thai fishcakes. This is the type of multicultural, easy-to-cook food that everyone wants to eat.See all Product description
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12 June 2017
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
I bought all his books. The recipes are written in note format. A lot of steps and advice are missing, especially any which tell you what is critical, i.e ensure the brandy snap mixture is completely cool which will take up to an hour instead of allow the mixture to cool and form balls. I've tried 6 recipes from the various books and all 6 are pretty much guesswork. They don't work, too basic in detail. Either he is a really bad chef or purposely safeguarding his recipes. He should not be proud of his work. I have lots of cookbooks and Rick Stein never fails to miss a step in his book allowing you to recreate the recipes to a flawless standard. Sorry, really substandard instructions producing sub-standard work. Avoid.Mine are going to the charity shop.
20 November 2007
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
After watching something for the weekendon BBC 2 on a sunday morning, i was looking for a book by simon, so i purchased this, and i always use it some are used in the television show and some aren't neverless there great. I would recommend the book. Don't judge them by the reciepe title cook them first.
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I borrowed this book from our local library then decided I just had to have a copy of my own. I like the relaxed style of writing and the fact that there is generally only one...Read more
i love simon rimmer recipes and will buy all of his books as they have great recipes for both normal everyday cooking and entertaining.Read more