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by Fay Ripley

Download What’s for Dinner?: Easy and delicious recipes for everyday cooking eBook
ISBN:
0007445326
Author:
Fay Ripley
Category:
Cooking Methods
Language:
English
Publisher:
Collins (March 1, 2012)
Pages:
240 pages
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1233 kb
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1137 kb
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1956 kb
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Rating:
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What's for Dinner? book.

What's for Dinner? book.

Fay Ripley is a popular actress and acclaimed food writer. What's For Dinner? is a phrase commonly heard, particularly by women around the world, coming from the mouths of their loved ones

Fay Ripley is a popular actress and acclaimed food writer. Author of two bestselling cookbooks she won Mumsnet Best Cookbook Award in 2011. Fay lives in London with her husband and two children. What's For Dinner? is a phrase commonly heard, particularly by women around the world, coming from the mouths of their loved ones.

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Mumsnet Best Cookbook winner, Fay Ripley, is back with a no-fuss collection of simple, tasty recipes to take you from Monday to Sunday with ease.

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All our recipes are tested thoroughly by us to make sure they’re suitable for your kitchen at home.

Simple and effective meals for midweek and lazy nights to suit a tight budget and busy lifestyle. As well as helping you decide what to cook we can also help you to cook it. From tips on cookery techniques to facts and information about health and nutrition, we’ve a wealth of foodie know how for you to explore. All our recipes are tested thoroughly by us to make sure they’re suitable for your kitchen at home. We know many of you are concerned about healthy eating, so we send them to a qualified nutritionist for thorough analysis too. Start browsing our recipes now. Tell us what you think.

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Mumsnet Best Cookbook winner, Fay Ripley, is back with a no-fuss collection of simple, tasty recipes to take you from Monday to Sunday with ease.

Actress, mum of two and passionate home cook, Fay shares 100 of her favourite tried-and-tested dishes. Whether it is midweek and you need good food fast, want deliciously easy recipes that the whole family can share or are looking for tasty weekend meals that don’t require hours in the kitchen, Fay’s recipes will hit the spot time and time again.

What’s for Dinner? includes quick-to-prepare suppers such as Roast Tomato and Prosciutto Penne, one-pot dishes such as Chicken and Squash Traybake, ‘don’t panic’ Corner Shop recipes, easy-peasy baking and puds, effortless Friday-night dinners and Sunday Roasts that will encourage everyone to gather round the kitchen table. All the recipes are accompanied by their own mouth-watering photo and don’t require an endless shopping list of unusual ingredients you’ll only use once. Instead, these are affordable dishes with easy-to-find ingredients, simple-to-follow methods and plenty of tips for feeding babies, freezing, preparation and cooking times. This is a cookbook that’s not only inspiring but genuinely useful.

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What's For Dinner? is a phrase commonly heard, particularly by women around the world, coming from the mouths of their loved ones. Often after a long, hard day at work who has time to hide in the kitchen for several hours, be a domestic goddess knocking up something for the family to eat up, who then disappear leaving you with the washing up or the dishwasher to load?

This book might be your saviour, written by a passionate home cook, mother-of-two and actress Fay Ripley, with 100 of her favourite tried-and-tested recipes split into "daily suggestions". What is more, when you have your plan of campaign ready, you can even drag in a family member and let them assist. Who knows, they might actually enjoy it!

One of the first things that grabs your attention is the good use of space - a bit like a well-planned living room at home - surrounded by high-quality pictures of dishes that could almost come to life through the page! This book is designed for browsing and taking inspiration from.

Each recipe is cleanly and simply laid out. On the right-hand side is a full colour photograph of the finished dish. On the facing page you have a quick break-out box showing portion sizing, preparation time, cooking time and whether the dish can be frozen afterwards. A nice scene-setter introduction gives a few words of wisdom or support for the dish and then it is on to the actual ingredients and cooking instructions.

Following the step-by-step instructions is a breeze, enabling you to just focus on the task in hand and a number of time-saving tips and other guidance can appear at the end. The text is written in "home cook" speak as well, so no flowery culinary language here. And hurrah! This book is designed for being left on a kitchen counter and consulted as you go along - even by people with slightly older eyes, meaning you are not picking this up and down with food-encrusted fingers. So many books forget to think about how the book will be used and don't consider their potential audience.

The recipes are a nice mix of different dishes to provide a degree of variety and choice - not 101 recipes based around an egg and lettuce here. Ingredients used are those one would normally find at home and use on a regular basis, removing the need to go hunting for exotic ingredients that you may only ever use once. The book is rounded off by a great index at the back.

This book just works. It is not fussy and fanciful but neither is it plain and predictable. A great general family cookbook. This is a format that many other so-called family cookbooks could emulate.