Carolyn Humphries - Little, Brown Book Group

Carolyn Humphries



Carolyn Humphries has been a food writer and editor for many years. She started her career as a chef, but quickly realised she preferred to create food for people to cook at home. Having trained as a journalist, she became a food writer for Woman magazine. She has since written for numerous journals, is the author of over 60 books and has been a consultant, co-writer and editor on many more projects. She is a member both of The Guild of Food Writers and the Institute of Health Promotion and Education. As a busy, working mum she has always needed to feed a hungry family fast and finds the combination microwave a great asset in her kitchen.
Robinson

The Spiralizer Cookbook

Carolyn Humphries
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Carolyn Humphries
Robinson

Everyday Family Recipes For Your Combination Microwave

Carolyn Humphries
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Carolyn Humphries

This book will give you the knowledge and confidence to creat complete meals for every time of day and occasion - quickly. It will also teach you how to bake great cakes and breads, and make simple snacks and side dishes. Many meals are complete in their own right or have different elements that can be cooked one after the other (food needs to 'rest' before serving so this is quite possible and still keeep it all hot.). But it can be used alongside your conventional hob. You may, for instance, want to quickly boil some rice or pasta to accompany a delicious meat, fish, chicken or vegetable main course in the combi. You can also use ti as a conventional microwave, grill or convection oven.

Robinson

The High Speed Blender Cookbook

Carolyn Humphries
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Carolyn Humphries

This book will show you how you can use it to whip up the most velvety, vitalising smoothies and drinks, even using tough, fibrous raw vegetables. You will be able to quickly make AND heat up nutritious soups and sauces and, amazingly, produce perfectly frozen, fabulous, ice creams and sorbets in minutes. It will also show how you can use your blender as a food processor, too, for chopping or mixing ingredients and making - to name but a few - fresh, vibrant salsas; fast-kneaded doughs; light, airy batters; even-textured minced mixtures; quick-mix cakes and bakes; effortless ground spice pastes; and even your own flours. if you want a gadget that's amazingly versatile, stunningly efficient and easy to clean, then why not make it a high-speed blender? You'll be able to whiz up drinks, sustaining soups, dips, and spreads, omelettes, bakes, desserts, in fact just about everything you need to make in next to no time, using the freshest ingredients with very little effort.

Robinson

Making The Most Of Your Pressure Cooker

Carolyn Humphries
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Carolyn Humphries
How To Books

Everyday Curries

Carolyn Humphries
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Carolyn Humphries

Takeaway curries are one of our favourite foods, but it is really easy to cook delicious ones yourself at home. With a selection of spices and herbs in your store cupboard, some basic fresh vegetables, and a well-stocked freezer, you can create fabulous curries whenever you want. This book includes delicious versions of all our favourite Indian curries, and dishes from all over Asia, Africa and the Caribbean as well as some fabulous fusion creations. Whatever your preference, from creamy mild ones to blow-the-roof-off-your-mouth fiery ones, there's something for you here. You'll also discover how to cook perfect rice and flatbreads and a range of tasty side dishes and accompaniments. There's a section on divine spicy desserts to round off your meal to perfection, and tips on how you can use your slow cooker or pressure cooker for making curry, too. You don't have to be an experienced cook to follow the recipes in this book. Each one is simple to make with easy step-by-step instructions and no technical jargon. Most of these great-tasting curries use ready-ground spices and pastes but for when you've time - and for really superb flavours - try the ones where you grind your own.

How To Books

How to Cook Your Favourite Takeaways At Home

Carolyn Humphries
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Carolyn Humphries