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Fresh & Easy

What to Cook and How to Cook It


A new collection of light and simple step-by-step recipes using fresh seasonal produce by Jane Hornby author of What to Cook and How to Cook It


Jane Hornby


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  • A brand-new collection of recipes from Jane Hornby, author of What to Cook and How to Cook It
  • Shows how to create simple, delicious meals for all occasions using fresh seasonal produce, perfect for sharing with family and friends
  • Every recipe is clearly explained with step-by-step photographs for each stage and all the ingredients
  • Includes breakfasts and brunches, quick after-work suppers, alfresco dinners, salads, picnics and barbecues

Cooking simple, tasty dishes, using fresh and wholesome ingredients has never been easier.

After the success of What to Cook and How to Cook it (2010) Jane Hornby returns to the kitchen with Fresh & Easy: What to Cook and How to Cook It, a collection of 75 all-new mouthwatering, step-by-step recipes that make the best of fresh, seasonal vegetables, fruit, meat and fish.

From starters such as a simple fresh Gazpacho, and a Grilled Asparagus with Poached Egg, Parmesan and Balsamic Butter to spectacular desserts such as Mango and Raspberry Pavlova and Summer Trifle, every recipe is illustrated with clear step-by-step colour illustrations.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Format: Hardback
Size: 270 x 220 mm (10 5/8 x 8 5/8 in)
Pages: 352 pp
Illustrations: 650 illustrations
ISBN: 9780714863603
  Each recipe layout shows photographs of the ingredients, cooking methods and the finished dish. This approach helps break down the process making the recipes much clearer to follow and somehow easier to tackle.
- The Bookseller

Makes other cookbooks look bad by looking good… Turns the naff visual convention of step-by-step cookbooks on its head, with plentiful, intelligent notes throughout.
- Emma Sturgess, UK Metro.co.uk

 
After training as a chef, Jane Hornby worked as food writer and food editor for 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 that are tested many times. Jane has also edited several of the BBC Good Food's bestselling 101 recipebooks series. She is author of What to Cook and How to Cook It (Phaidon, 2010). She has also appeared on national television shows such as The Martha Stewart Show. Jane lives in London.

 

 
Contents and Sections:

Breakfast & Brunch
Quick Lunches & Suppers
Picnics
Food for Friends
Barbecues
Sides & Salads
Desserts & Baking

End Matters
Planning a Menu
Glossary
Basic Preparations
Index


 

 
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