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:  

9780714859019


Pages:   416
Publication Date:   02 October 2010
Format:   Hardback
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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
ISBN:  

9780714859019


ISBN 10:   071485901
Pages:   416
Publication Date:   02 October 2010
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
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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


'a chunky hardback packed with good illustrative photographs - a great gift for beginner cooks and students who want to cook well for themselves.' Irish Examiner, 1 October 2010 '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.' Shannon Denny, Westside, October 2010 'The kind of book that should be on standby in every kitchen.' Tesco Real Food, October 2010 'Jane Hornby likes to think of a recipe as a story with a beginning, middle and happy ending, and her aim in her new book [ - ] is to show her readers how to produce their own happy endings every time.' Taste Italia, November 2010 'makes cooking a doddle' Sunday Times, Style, 21 November 2010


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. 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 totally foolproof recipes which are tested many times. She has also edited several of the BBC Good Food's bestselling 101 recipe books.

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