This book, originally published in 2010, has been updated and revised for 2016 with the original author credit now removed.
The recipes are broken down into broad groups, some according to the main ingredient e.g. lamb, beef and fish-based ones all with their own sections although others are classed by the type of dish. The book covers just about everything from starters, mains, desserts and breads. The Introduction includes hints and tips, but obviously of a rather general nature and not specific to a certain brand or model although relevant to the book's content. You will need to ensure that the recipe chosen is compatible with your machine, its timing and temperature capabilities and capacity. You may need its extension ring for some recipes.
Most of the recipes are designed for 4, some for 6 and possibly others for 8 or more, but I did not check out every one. All are UK-friendly so you will not find any Americanised ingredient names here. All of the ingredients are those that you will likely use now or are available anywhere although some will be seasonal.
While 200-ish recipes seems a lot, there are other books on this subject that will provide far greater variety. The book is small, inexpensive and well-priced.
A good starter book and an excellent choice at the cover price and a bargain if bought at a discount! There is something for almost everyone but it may not be the best choice for those whose diet preference is for vegan or vegetarian meals. They are there but only in the minority.