What to Cook and How to Cook It

Author:   Jane Hornby ,  Angela Moore ,  SML Office Schweizer und Partner
Publisher:   Phaidon Press Ltd
Edition:   UK ed.
ISBN:  

9780714859583


Pages:   416
Publication Date:   02 October 2010
Format:   Hardback
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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What to Cook (and How to Cook it) is the ultimate cookbook for beginners. It takes 100 easy and delicious recipes back to basics, with clear colour photographs to accompany the ingredients list and every method step, and carefully explained recipes that absolutely anyone can follow. There are popular, accessible and tasty recipes for every occasion, from breakfast muffins to omelettes to tasty roast chicken and classic lemon tart. The clear cooking instructions and tips on what to buy will guide the reader all the way from the supermarket to the dining table.

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Author:   Jane Hornby ,  Angela Moore ,  SML Office Schweizer und Partner
Publisher:   Phaidon Press Ltd
Imprint:   Phaidon Press Ltd
Edition:   UK ed.
Dimensions:   Width: 22.00cm , Height: 3.70cm , Length: 27.00cm
Weight:   2.050kg
ISBN:  

9780714859583


ISBN 10:   0714859583
Pages:   416
Publication Date:   02 October 2010
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
This item will be ordered in for you from one of our suppliers. Upon receipt, we will promptly dispatch it out to you. For in store availability, please contact us.

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'makes cooking a doddle' Sunday Times 'My friend Simon brought me this cookbook when I first moved to London, as he knew I was useless in the kitchen. It saved me.' Mail on Sunday 'One of the most heavily illustrated cookbooks of all time - Nothing's left to chance and everything is beautifully explained - It could just be the best book for novice cooks ever.' Westside 'Hornby's by-the-book approach to everyday eating is a terrific resource for those with a taste for tradition.' Publishers Weekly


Makes cooking a doddle. -Sunday Times My friend Simon brought me this cookbook when I first moved to London, as he knew I was useless in the kitchen. It saved me. -Mail on Sunday One of the most heavily illustrated cookbooks of all time - Nothing's left to chance and everything is beautifully explained - It could just be the best book for novice cooks ever. -Westside Hornby's by-the-book approach to everyday eating is a terrific resource for those with a taste for tradition. -Publishers Weekly


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Jane Hornby is an experienced food writer and cook, specializing in developing recipes for beginners. After training as a chef, she worked as cookery writer and food editor on the BBC's bestselling Good Food magazine for five years. The magazine is renowned for its clear, step-by-step style and for its foolproof recipes which are tested many times. She has also edited several of BBC Good Food's 101 recipe books.

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