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Utter Nutter Hardcover – 1 Nov 1997
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In this recipe book, Andrew Nutter has brought together a collection of his own quick and easy recipes which are fast, fun and fairly inexpensive. Based on ingredients which might be found lying around the kitchen, ideas are given to transform an everyday meal into something more appetising. Whether cooking a light lunch, a romantic dinner or a family meal, the book provides a dish for each. Included are "Nutter's Futuristic Fish and Chips", "Poached Chicken Breast with Knockout Noodles" and "Black and White Minstrel Cheesecake".
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27 March 2010
I must say that I found this an excellent book. Bear in mind it is a number of years old now and fashions change, you can tell this by the cover photo. What's important though are the recipies, which are easy to follow and delicious. What more can you ask for.
17 January 2010
I bought this book on recomendation as I was told 'the nutters' cooking style is like no other, which I suppose is true. No chef should build Jenga towers out of chips, nor should he label it futuristic (Note to Mr.Nutter, The future would suggest something cutting edge, new or not seen before - not a piece of poorly battered fish balanced on chip towers. That only fits one of the mentioned criteria and it's not been seen before for good reason!). Knowing Mr Nutter owns his own restaurant, one can only hope dishes such as (you won't believe this title) 'Black and White minstrel cheesecake' aren't on the menu. His book is a role call of out dated, poorly thought out, impractical, seemingly racist and looking at some of the pictures, messy cookery. All I can say is avoid this book.