Poor Cook: Fabulous Food for Next to Nothing

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This title provides the perfect way to reduce the family grocery bill and at the same time produce simple classic food. It features over 300 classic recipes that you can't find in modern cookery books, such as baked eggs, kedgeree and kidney pudding.
Poor Cook, which rapidly became a household classic and today is still quoted in lifestyle magazines, was originally published at the height of the 1971 recession and the rising threat of supermarket convenience food. The book is aimed at busy families with young children and contains over 300 recipes showing how to make cheaper cuts of meat into delicious dishes, do more interesting things with vegetable, pulses or pasta, etc. Instructions are straightforward and, mercifully for those of us who are sometimes intimidated by those fabulous staged pictures of wonderful concoctions, the book contains no photos!
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Weight 0.000000
Author Caroline Conran & Susan Campbell
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Department Food and Drink
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781908337139
Pages 160
Published 01/07/2013
Publisher Clearview Books
Section Food and Drink
Size Unfolded 14x18cm
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