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Jamie Oliver 7 Ways – Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week Hardcover – published 20 Aug

7 Ways: Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week Hardcover 

Jamie Oliver’s new book called 7 ways is just out!

Discover 7 Ways to reinvent each of your favourite ingredients with Jamie’s brand-new, No. 1 bestselling cookbook, featuring 120 exciting and tasty new recipes

Includes recipes from Jamie’s hit Channel 4 TV show Keep Cooking Family Favourites

Jamie has done his research to find out exactly what we, as a nation, love to eat.

He’s taken 18 of our favourite ingredients and created 7 new, easy and delicious ways to cook them.

We’re talking about those meal staples we pick up without thinking – chicken breast, salmon fillet, mince, eggs, potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, to name but a few.

Jamie will share 7 achievable, exciting and tasty ways to cook each of these hero ingredients, requiring minimal time, effort and additional ingredients.

Jamie’s fun, delicious and nutritious recipes include:

· Crispy sweet & sour salmon
· Filo chicken kiev
· Mushroom cannelloni
· Garlic prawn kebabs
· Sticky ginger beef
· Prosciutto pork fillet

With everything from fakeaways and traybakes to family and freezer favourites, you’ll find bags of inspiration to help you mix things up in the kitchen.

Discover 7 Ways, the most straight-forward cookbook Jamie has ever written.

‘Simple, affordable and delicious food designed for all the family’ i

‘Cooking dinner just got easier (and tastier) with Jamie’s brilliant new book 7 Ways‘ Mail on Sunday

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7 Ways: Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week

Celebrate: Pippa Middleton free pull out in Mail on Sunday 21 Oct 2012

Celebrate: A Year Of British Festivities For Families And Friends (free pull out in Mail on Sunday – You Magazine)
by Pippa Middleton

The new book Celebrate (book offers), published on the 25 October 2012 by Michael Joseph is a 416 page volume, that is finely illustrated and is a beautifully designed book. You will find it is  packed with recipes, crafts and inspirational ideas. The Mail on Sunday has free excepts in a pull out booklet today, 21 Oct 2012.

As Pippa says: “The nurturing of friendship, family and home feels more important than ever to me in a world that sometimes appears to be moving so fast that we forget what really matters.

This sentiment is the basis of Celebrate and it is a guide to entertaining throughout the British year, starting in the most British of seasons, the autumn. Then winter, spring and summer follow. There follows a series of recipes, personal tips, even decorating ideas for Christmas and Easter. Parties, birthdays, weekend brunches, suppers and picnics.

You can read folks’ reviews or buy the new book, at Celebrate – a book by Pippa.

Pippa explains how to prepare successful celebrations and Pippa’s experience makes for easy and affordable ideas. Wonderful little-known facts and historical anecdotes are listed for each occasion.

The Mail on Sunday You magazine has the first excerpts taken from Pippa’s book with a free 24 page pull out in You magazine (21 October 2012) – providing help with ‘A magic Halloween‘ and ‘a brilliant bonfire night‘.

How to set the scene and welcome guests and great food ideas to capture the kids imagination. Get everyone ‘on-board’ at the start! Some lovely recipes and chocolate – I won’t spoil the fun!! Cocktails, fun and games: excellent, inventive, yet simple!

Bonfire Night: 
Creating the right atmosphere, the secret to a great night! Food for a cold night, again excellent ideas, soups, sausages, pies, warming drinks and games for the outdoors.

Next week with the Mail on Sunday:
Celebrate: Pippa’s supper ideas and a traditional Highland Tea.

What does Pippa do?
Pippa Middleton is the editor of The Party Times, the on-line party magazine from Party Pieces. Party Pieces is the UK’s leading on-line party-supply company, founded in 1987. She has organised many events during her career at London-based events company Table Talk, for luxury brand and corporate companies as well as private parties.

Not bad – a nice bottom and Pippa also has good family connections!! Oops!!

The new book cover looks very nice – it reflects the quality of the whole book. The link below provides book details and reviews:

Jamie Oliver Jamie’s 15-minute meals recipes – What is in the book?

Jamie’s 15-minute meals: Delicious, Nutritious, Super-Fast Food 
by Jamie Oliver

The New TV series has now started get up to date with the recipes and videos at Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals Jamie Oliver watch tv episodes 1 – 40 recipes full guide updated.

Jamie’s new cookbook has been published and accompanies a new series on Channel 4. It will no doubt be very popular and head to the top of the book sales lists. Additional reviews of Jamie’s new cook book are avaviable at Jamies 15 minute meals and an information and book page at Jamie Oliver information and cook books

So what is in the new book?

A fine set of recipes, based on the unlikely concept that we can prepare meals in 15 minutes. It is all a bit rushed, but it is possible.

In the new cookbook,  Jamie has limited photos of each recipe and a short guide to each recipe to ensure extra fast cooking.

An introduction outlines the 15-minute philosophy – how Jamie set about creating the concept. The average cost and average price of each meal. Based on what we need to eat at each meal, getting the balance just right in terms of carbs, protein and fat.

  • How to serve food, what dishes, plates, platters etc.
  • How to cook food, its preparation and the equipment required.
  • The set up in the kitchen and the concept of a pantry, new for some.

Then to the recipes, based on the basics:

  • meats
  • chicken
  • beef
  • pork
  • lamb
  • fish
  • pasta
  • soups and sandwiches
  • vegetarian options

Recipes include:

  • chicken salad
  • chicken fajitas
  • Greek chicken
  • crispy duck
  • chilli con carne meatballs
  • beef Stroganoff
  • Cajun steak
  • pork tacos
  • lamb Kofte
  • griddled tuna
  • fish stew
  • sausage fusilli
  • mushroom farfalle
  • salad and crunchy noodles

Note many UK links now not functioning, the recipe links are here, also see NZ, Aus, Asia and Ca links below:

Save with Jamie recipes in the Sun New!

Watch again + find recipe links and ingredients:

+ Jamie Oliver TV series

Save with Jamie’s Money Saving Meals + recipes

A compete section on breakfast that include avocado in four ways, wonderful toasties, granola and fruit salads. Some amazing smoothies.

Each recipe is broken down into calories, fat, sugar and saturated fat.

Good to see Jamie getting into the detail of calories allowing us to keep track of how much we eat. In fact this is a good diet cook book.

Read about the new book at Jamie Oliver’s website.

See recipes from the new book on YouTube: as cooked by other folks….

Watch  a video of Jamie dancing and singing – and introduces his new cookbook.

New recipes at Jamie’s Facebook page.

No need to worry about sales, this will – as always – be a best seller for Jamie. He is a good guy, works hard and I think you will find the cook book an welcome addition to your kitchen library.

Details of Jamie’s restaurants and Jamie’s Italian.

To buy the new book, in the UK you can see Jamie Oliver 15 minute meals new cook book offers below…

In the USA Jamie’s new book is published September 27, 2012 see details:

Jamie’s next book:

Save with Jamie shop smart cook clever waste less cookbook TV recipes


Simply Italian Michela Chiappa CH4 recipes watch episodes again buy the book

Simply Italian Michela Chiappa CH4 recipes

Another new series, but a really captivating program, Simply Italian with Michela Chiappa first programme on Ch4 Mon 30 July 2012 at 8.30pm – recipes and video links are below and also related blog articles. Four programs in the series. Now repeating on channel 4 at 12.05pm. Program blog and recipe guide below.

The cook book is published NOW April 2014- read more and see how to order – At Home with the Chiappa Sisters: Easy Italian Cooking from the Heart

New Series Jamie’s Comfort Food


Chilli Chocolate Coated Peanuts Recipe

Winter Sore-Throat Soother Recipe

Homemade Minty Lemonade Recipe

Italian-Style Pancakes Recipe

Farfalle with Mozzarella and Tomato Sauce Recipe

Papardelle with Rich Ragu Recipe

Tagliatelle alle Vongole

Lobster Ravioli with Butter and Caper Sauce

Pasta Reale in Chicken and Chilli Broth

Tortelli Three Ways

Pancake Nidi with Tomato Sauce

Gnocchi Tricolore with Creamy Nutty Sauce

Gluten Free Tagliatelle with Chilli and Garlic

Basic Egg Pasta Dough

Beetroot Pasta with Crispy Pancetta and Sweet Pear

Silhouette Pappardelle with Cold Tomato Sauce

Raviolo with Oozy Egg and Smoked Salmon

Wedding Tortelli with Butternut Squash

Basic Tomato Pasta Sauce

all Chiappa recipes here….

Simply Italian episode guide






The Chiappas watch Food Tube recipes on You Tube

Michela Chiappa Made in Italy: Top 10 Classic Dishes

Last program Ch4 Monday 13 August 2012 at 8.30pm see blog – Gnocchi, Torta, Pancake Nidi, Tagliatelle

Next program is episode 4 Ravioli in Uovo, Pappardelle, Beetroot Pasta, Tortelli.

An enthralling new series Michela Chiappa introduces Italian food in a plain and simple manner. Watch how easy it is to make fresh pasta at home and get started in the mysteries of Italian cooking. Recipes include linguine primavera and Farfalle with mozzarella and tomato sauce recipe. See Linguine, Farfalle, Bologne and Ragu recipe on Ch4 scrapbook. How to cook pasta? How to cook Ragu, and a visit to many people’s favourite place – Bologna to see specialist pasta. Also, lasagne verdi with walnut and sage pesto. If you missed the show, follow at 4oD, Simply Italian Series 1 Ep 1Simply Italian Series 1 episode 2, Simply Italian Series 1 episode 3 and Simply Italian Series 1 episode 4.

Pappardelle with a Gorgeously Rich Ragu from the first progam.

Clip of Tagliatelle with Clams and Cherry Tomatoes from the second progam due 6th August 2012. Linguine with zesty spring vegetables.

The series aired originally on Monday evenings at 8.30 pm on Channel 4.
The book Italian Family Cookbook is not available until 2013.

Michela Chiappa CH4 Simply Italian Program 4 recipes and a wedding

Posted on August 19, 2012

Simply Italian Program 4 recipes by Michela Chiappa Channel 4: Ravioli in Uovo, Pappardelle, Beetroot Pasta, Tortelli and a wedding At Home with the Chiappa Sisters: Easy Italian Cooking from the Heart Fourth episode on the very popular TV series …Continue reading →

Michela Chiappa CH4 Simply Italian Program 3 recipes

Posted on August 10, 2012

Michela Chiappa CH4 Simply Italian Program 3 recipes this week Gnocchi with hazelnut, Torta, Pancake Nidi, Tagliatelle. Also Michela finds out how to prepare variations of pasta and a lesson from a relative on how to make torta di patate. … Continue reading →

Michela Chiappa CH4 Simply Italian Program 2 recipes

Posted on August 6, 2012

Ch4 Monday 5 August 2012 at 8.30pm –  Program 2  recipes include Tortelli, Lobster Ravioli, Vongole, Pasta Reale. Second program of the new series where Michela Chiappa introduces Italian food in a plain and simple manner, the location is Cinque Terre …Continue reading →

Fourth episode on the very popular TV series Simply Italian. This week we have Raviolo in Uovo, PappardelleBeetroot Pasta and Tortelli. (Clip of Ravioli). In this episode Michela and her sister are getting married. It is a joint wedding and the meal that Michela makes isWedding Tortelli with Butternut Squash. What more can you ask for – a wedding in Italy…wonderful.

Visit the Channel 4 web site to view the place where Michela was married, Piacenza.

Other articles give advice on an Italian wedding, dress makers and other important information.

Very good series, last one I’m afraid.

You can pre order at Amazon..  the new book will be called At Home with the Chiappa Sisters: Easy Italian Cooking from the Heart

Celebrate: Pippa Middleton free pull out in Mail on Sunday.

So will Nigella Lawson give us some great Italian cooking in her new tv cookery programme due this August. See Nigellissima……

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UK TV Cooking shows for Christmas 2011

UK TV Cooking shows for Christmas 2011
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Tuesday – December 20th 2011

Channel Time Program
BBC2 7.00 Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen
BBC2 8.00 The Hairy Biker’s Christmas Party
CH4 9.00 Jamie’s Christmas with Bells on 2/2





Wednesday – December 21st 2011

BBC1 7.30 Nigel Slater’s Simple Christmas
BBC2 6.30 Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen
BBC2 9.00 Rick Stein’s Spanish Christmas


Thursday – December 22nd 2011

BBC2 7.00 Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen
BBC2 8.00 Lorraine’s Last Minute Christmas


Friday – December 23rd 2011

BBC2 8.00 Raymond Blanc’s Christmas Feast
CH4 7.45 Gordon Ramsay’s Christmas Cook along – get ready



River Cottage Veg – everyday by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

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River Cottage Veg – everyday by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

A beautiful cookbook with photography by Simon Wheeler and illustrations by Mariko Jesse.
Would you believe that this is Hugh’s seventh River Cottage cookbook?

Hugh has been providing us with excellent cookbooks over the years including:

The River Cottage Cookbook,
The River Cottage Meat Book,
The River Cottage Fish Book,
The River Cottage Family Cookbook and
River Cottage Everyday.

Hugh’s approach to preparing and cooking vegetables, is as thorough as in any of his previous cookbooks and lects a wide variety of recipes, that have no meat or fish whatsoever. (Is this really Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall)?

The inference here is that perhaps this is a vegetarian cookbook – but as Hugh is careful to point out, this is – yes a vegetable only recipe book, but he makes no case for us all to turn completely vegetarian.

This is as he says a personal decision and not the remit of the book.

Eggs and dairy will be used, so we are not following a strictly vegetarian diet.

However, all of us need to consider increasing our intake of fresh vegetables and for that matter fruit – based on evidence that the vital nature, the vitamin and enzyme content of vegetables is what we need to keep healthy and help sustain our resources.

Please read Hugh’s marvellous introduction, it is a treatise on where we should be regarding the food we eat, the animals that we use for our food and the effects of what we eat on our own health and our planet’s health as well.

Is all the gas output from cows and factory farms affecting our environment? Can we reduce this by adopting a higher proportion of vegetables in what we eat? Look at the reduction in fish stocks – another source of concern. A no brainer as they say.

Another point is to maintain the vitamin and health content of food as much as possible.
So preparation is key – as is how the vegetables are cooked.
Another intelligent inclusion is that of the role of bread and all things related, e.g. naans, rotis and chapattis.

Well – on with the recipes, just amazing what Hugh has accomplished here!
Not a bit of wonder it is selling so well.

The book is divided into the following recipe sections:

Comfort food and feasts            an amazing selection of Curries and stews, pies and tarts.

No lightweight cooking here, substantial and filling – with unimaginable textures and flavours.
Just look at the colours!

Parmigianas, Chachouka, pintobean chilli, potato curry, cauliflower and chickpea curry, squash and chickpea stew, lasagnes – squash and fennel, kale and mushroom, lettuce, spring onion and cheese tart, baby beet tarte tatin, courgette and rice filo pie, swede and potato pasties, ragout, potato dauphinoise, sweet potato and peanut gratin, three root boulangere

Hearty Salads                            the idea of a salad becoming a meal, substantial – hearty!

Also – you can substitute different vegetables and one type of oil for another,one type of nut for another,etc. This varies the different tastes and textures available  – providing an infinite variety of combininations.

Salads with squash, fennel, courgette and green beans, potato, tomato and boiled egg salad, potato salad tatare. Lettuce, egg and fried bread, puy lentil salad, salad nioise, Panzanella, couscous salads.

Raw assemblies                           Yes, raw food.

I think many folks are aware of the thinking behind eating raw food, but hardly ever get the chance to prepare and eat mainly raw foods. Hugh makes a key point here, that it is the preparation and the presentation of raw foods that encourage us all to tuck in.
A good set of knifes and box grater with attachments are a must.

Shaved summer veg, radishes, fennel and goat’s cheese, crudités, cauliflower with toasted seeds.

Hefty soups                               Soups, not just for the winter

Flavoursome, full of variation and texture, some creamy, some thin, a great way of increasing our intake of healthy foods.

Vegetable stock, summer garden soup, cucumber and lettuce vichyssoise, Gazpacho, tomato and bean soup, pea and parsley soup, roasted beetroot soup with horseradish cream.

Bready things                          clean the plate and soak up the juice…

A wonderful, aromatic fresh loaf of bread, bread sticks, baguettes. I love to walk through the streets of French towns. The breads, cheese and wines… wonderful.

How to make bread dough, garlic flatbreas, crostini, beetroot pizza and cheddar, pizzas, foldovers, pitta pockets, bruchetta, toasties, rarebits, poached egg on toast

Store-cupboard suppers       In a hurry, don’t go back to meat or fish.

The simple solution is to stock up on tins of beans, noodles and eggs?

Tarts, olives, dips, curried bubble and squeak, frittata, lentils, Dhal, chickpea, ketchup curry, pastas, noodles.

Pasta and rice                    Pasta, rice and grains – easy to prepare.

A guide on how to select and cook pasta and rice. A great base for filling us up.

Various pastas, risonotto, macaroni peas, linguine, biryani, kedgeree a la vegetables, quinoa, kale speltotto, Swede speltotto, potato gnocchi, stir fry – egg fried rice,

Mezze and tapas                           a new way to eat…

Other Eastern cultures do it, a range of small dishes – in the Middle East it is mezze, Spanish tapas.

Dukka, guacamole, hummus, dips, tomatoes, Caponata, fritters, pasties.

Roast, grill and barbecue            Adding flavour…

When we roast and grill – we brown and develop the textures and flavours. Roasted vegetables in the oven – keep the goodness.

Halloumi, kebabs, roasted cherry tomatoes, roasted squash.

Side dishes                              adding value…

Steamed veg and a hint of garlic, runner beans, sesame cauliflower, celery gratin.

Veg on the go 

Dips, spreads, sandwich fillings, salads, coleslaws, pasties, pies, frittatas.


I hope this review or outline of River Cottage Veg – everyday will help you decide on an alternative way of eating and the foods you select to eat.

It is worth a try – not perhaps full vegetarianism, but we should consider reducing cooking i.e. boiling, roasting – eat more raw food and reduce meat and fish, drink more water and sleep well.

Then perhaps we will improve our health and make a start on the state of the planet… wish us good luck!


Jamie Oliver in the Daily Mail Weekend magazine – 20th November 2011 – Jamies Great Britain – new cookbook

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Jamie Oliver in the Daily Mail Weekend magazine – 20th November 2011 – Jamies Great Britain – new cookbook

Perfect risotto – a guide by Jamie and how to master the art of getting the perfect consistency.

The recipes:

Basic risotto
Mushroom risotto
Seafood risotto
Aussie Burger
Huevos Rancheros

To see the recipes click here….


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Mark Hix – Fish etc – The ultimate book for seafood lovers

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Mark Hix – Fish etc – The ultimate book for seafood lovers

Fish! We all have different tastes when it comes to fish and some folks enjoy fish alot – while many others could be said to tolerate and eat just a little fish.

It is OK for many of us when we buy fish and chips! It is a favourite… not really the healthiest may I suggest?

Not always the subtle flavour either, read on and study Mark’s book and we both will learn to understand the sensational flavours and textures related to fish recipes. We can be educated by those who have gone before.

If you haven’t ventured this far before, you are in for a treat.

So I am suggesting we are missing out on many opportunities to enjoy tasty sun-kissed flavours. Mark’s new book is a wonderful and encouraging guide to those of us unconvinced by all the varieties of fish available in the fish markets, at the fish shop and at the supermarket counter. It also serves as a help to those who enjoy fish and all types of seafoods in how to prepare fish, preserve it and present it in ways that enhance the myriad of flavours and textures. So many possibilities.

Mark’s new book is beautifully presented and includes excellent photography by Jason Lowe.

The contents include~:


fast fish

fish soups

light fish

comfort fish

super-healthy fish

posh fish


Mark was brought up near the sea and was able to fish from the ocean basically for free. This is his background and it it is this that has brought him over the years to where he is now, an extremely talented chef whose speciality and deep knowledge is mainly about fish. Not to decry his other skills, but this is Mark’s area.

He is very keen to stress the problems we have toady, over-fishing has led to a steep decline and rise in cost of many fish species. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) are promoting guidelines for maintaining fish stocks and we are advised to eat a wide variety of fish.

Guidance in Mark’s Fish etc, includes Storing fish, how to find and keep fresh fish.

Preparing fish, whether to eat on the bone or fillet. Something that has been a mystery to me for years! No fish gets past me with out being decimated… anyway bask to Fish etc…

Apparently keeping fish on the bone for cooking provides a more moist fish and results in a better flavour.

Mark explains how best to fillet different sizes of fish.

Shellfish a favourite of many is discussed: prawns, lobster, how to cook langoustines, crab, mussels, clams, cockels, squid, cuttlefish, oysters and octopus.

Presevring fish – a very important consideration – the use of salt in preservation.

The recipes follow in the seperate sections as listed in contents.

Scrambled eggs and smoked salmon – a favourite of many has a nice touch with pepper and chives.

Sashimi – uses fresh raw fish. Wasabi, pickled ginger and soy sauce – make the fish taste so amazing.

Fish Ceviche – a form of pickling fish.

Salmon tartare, spaghetti and bottarga, beetroot and anchovies, Ray and capers….Pollack and parsley sauce…(ah – my wife’s favourite sauce – author).

How to griddle, grill and barbecue.

A section on marinades to help the flavours.

Squid and chickpeas with pancetta.


Fish soups inlcude – Mouclade, shellfish bisque, Vichyssoise with oysters, shrimp and okra gumbo, ministrone with langoustines, Catalan fish stew, tomato jelly with crab, Cullen sink and fish soup, Thai fish with cocnut.

Also the neccessary accompanyments that go with soups.

Light fish includes lobster and asparagus, potted shrimps on toast…..Gravadlax, Salad nicose…

Comfort fish …Fishcakes, deep frying fish.

I am beginning to think this book should be call European Fish  etc, as the marinades and accompanyments in the recipes have a wonderful and mouthwatering effect when you read them, goodness knows how great the actual dishes will be when I try them.

I enjoyed reading and reviewing this book and my appetite for fish is growing…I need to go get some now…

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Saturday Kitchen BBC1 5th Nov 2011 – James Martin, Theo Randall and Bryn Williams

Saturday Kitchen 5th Nov 2011 – James Martin, Theo Randall and Bryn Williams

Today we have Theo Randall and Bryn Williams as guest chefs.

Wine expert is Susie Barrie.

Theo started with a four year apprenticeship working with Max Magarian of Chez Max, and then went to work at the river Thames restaurant near to Hammersmith Bridge called The River Café.

Theo Randall is a expert on Italy, his restaurant is Theo Randall at the Intercontinental Park Lane, London.

His book Pasta is a best seller. Theo’s recipes on the BBC.

Bryn Williams is from North Wales and his restaurant is called Odette’s based in Primrose Hill London.

He is a very accomplish chef and his experience includes working for Marco Pierre White at the Criterion then Michel Roux at Le Gavroche, a sous chef at The Orrey, starting Galvin at Windows and now running Odette’s for Vince Power.

His cookbook is Bryn’s kitchen and he cooks with the ingredients that include Apple, Beetroot, Potatoes, Bread, Cream, Crab, Game Birds, Lamb, and, Salmon.

Recipes at the BBC Saturday Kitchen webite –






New Cookbooks September 2011

New Cookbooks September 2011

Some new cookbooks for you to consider….

The Silver Spoon New Edition

  • Hardcover: 1263 pages
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press; New edition (24 Oct 2011)


The Family Meal: Home Cooking with Ferran Adria  – click for video

  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd (3 Oct 2011)

Top 100 Meals in Minutes: All New Quick and Easy Meals for Babies and Toddlers

  • Hardcover: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Ebury Press (25 Aug 2011)


Aga Weekend Cookbook (Aga Cooking)

  • Hardcover: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Ebury Press (29 Sep 2011)


Easy Meals, Rachel Allen, Fast, Fresh, Simple, Donna Hay, I love Paris, Alain Ducasse, Nature, Heston Blumenthal at home, River cottage every day, Hugh Fearnly Whittingstall, My kitchen table, 100 weeknight curries, recipes, Madhur Jaffrey.