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The American Diner Secret

Kenny McGovern
Authors:
Kenny McGovern

From breakfast through brunch, lunch and dinner (with some sweet treats for dessert), the book is packed full of recipes and cooking techniques designed to help readers create their own unique American diner experience.Through several visits to America, Kenny McGovern spent time observing the traditions and treats offered by American diner outlets to customers around the clock. As well as experiencing the delicious dishes on offer, Kenny immediately became captivated by the atmosphere and community connection offered by local eateries. The value placed on the local diner cannot be overstated and their ethos is to be admired - honest cooking, delicious food and reasonable prices, accompanied by service with a smile!

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The Takeaway Secret, 2nd edition

Kenny McGovern
Authors:
Kenny McGovern

Make your favourite fast-food and takeaway dishes at home!This new and updated edition of The Takeaway Secret offers a wide selection of popular recipes included in the hugely successful original title, as well as over twenty brand new recipes and new handy hints to ensure the reader's home-made dishes look and taste exactly like those offered by their favourite fast-food restaurant or takeaway.Existing recipes such as Lamb Doner Kebab with Chilli Sauce and Southern Fried Chicken have been updated, accompanied by a wide range of brand new recipes including Pizza Crunch, Chicken in Salt & Chilli and Mac 'n' Cheese Bites. You'll also find some Japanese and Thai favourites, plus sandwich and tortilla fillings.There are delicious desserts, too - including banana muffins, chocolate chip cookies and fudge cake - for those days when only something sweet will do.With this definitive collection of takeaway recipes, you'll be able to sample American Fast Food, Kebab Shop cuisine, exotic Chinese and Indian flavours, and tasty Pizza and Chip Shop recipes, all from the comfort of your own home - and at half the price!

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More Takeaway Secrets

Kenny McGovern
Authors:
Kenny McGovern
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The American Takeaway Secret

Kenny McGovern
Authors:
Kenny McGovern
Right Way

The Indian Takeaway Secret

Kenny McGovern
Authors:
Kenny McGovern
Right Way

The Takeaway Secret

Kenny McGovern
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Kenny McGovern

Annette Yates

Annette Yates was born in South Wales and grew up in the Brecon Beacons. She is married to Huw Thomas and has two grown-up daughters - Emma and Lindsay. After many years living in and around London, Annette now lives near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire, Wales. Her hobbies include walking the Welsh hills, furniture restoration, gardening and, of course, cookery.Annette loves cooking and creating new recipes. In particular, she loves cooking and eating out of doors. Though living in Wales often makes this a difficult pastime, Annette has a clay oven in her garden (for days when she is sure the weather is going to stay fine) and a gas barbecue (for cooking between showers of rain!). In summer, she enjoys spending long weekends with her husband in their folding camper (when Annette likes to cook all-in-one-dish meals in her electric wok). She claims that her family and friends are usually the best (and most honest) critics of her culinary creations!Annette's freelance career as a cookery writer and home economist has been varied and has included: writing twenty cookbookscontributing cookery and recipe features to consumer magazinesdeveloping recipes for many leaflets, features and booksgiving and organising cookery demonstrationsstyling food for photographyrunning microwave cookery classesconsulting for several food and cooking equipment companiesdeveloping and running a consumer advice line on food and cookingediting publications for schools.She is a member of the Guild of Food Writers and the Microwave Association, and is a fellow of the Institute of Home Economics. Her books have attracted much praise including, above all, the doyenne of British cookery Marguerite Patten, O.B.E. who said of Fresh & Fast Meals From the Microwave "It is an excellent book... not surprising in view of the outstanding ability of both Annette Yates and Norma Miller".Annette is the author of numerous best-selling cookery titles including: Fresh Ideas for Your Slow Cooker; Microwave Cooking Times at a Glance; The Combination Microwave Cook; Microwave Cookery Properly Explained and The Blender Book.

Atoosa Sepehr

Atoosa was born in the Iranian city of Shiraz in 1977. She grew up in Iran and studied at Azad University of Tabriz. Having completed her degree in 2000, she moved to Tehran where she worked as a computer programmer for Iritec Company. In 2001, she moved to London to learn English, and also worked as a web designer. She returned to Iran in 2003 to work in the stock market in Tehran in order to learn about business processes before studying for an MBA, which she completed in 2005. Atoosa was inspired to start her own company in the Import and Export field and became the Iranian representative for one of the biggest Iranian steel companies in London. This led to her moving back to London in 2007. She decided to devote more time to her passions of photography and food. She became Food Editor of Classic Magazine, and then decided to fulfil her lifetime ambition to create a Persian cookbook, which has allowed her to focus more on her creativity, and love of food, art and photography. Her website is http://www.atoosasepehr.com/about/

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.

Catherine Atkinson

Catherine Atkinson has a degree in Food and Nutrition BSc (Hons). She has been Deputy Cookery Editor on Woman's Weekly magazine and later Cookery Editor of Home. Catherine is now a full-time writer and food consultant to various lifestyle and health magazines and has written more than sixty cookbooks. She specialises in healthy eating and her recent published books include 'Coconut water and coconut oil', 'Nut milks and nut butters' and 'Power blends and smoothies'

Coco Morante

COCO MORANTE is a recipe developer and food blogger who runs the extremely popular Instant Pot Recipes Facebook page and writes for her blog LeftySpoon.com. Her recipes are featured in numerous print and online publications, including Simply Recipes, The Kitchn, and Edible Silicon Valley. A self-taught cook and classically-trained soprano, Coco writes and sings in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she lives with her husband and their beagle.

Daniel Boulud

Daniel Boulud was born in France in 1955 and trained under renowned chefs Roger Verge, Georges Blanc, and Michel Guerard. He moved to the United States, where he served as Executive Chef at Le Cirque in New York. In 1993 he opened Daniel, Zagat's top-rated New York restaurant for two years running, followed by Café Boulud and DB Moderne. Among numerous other awards, he has been named "Chef of the Year" by Bon Appétit, and has received Gourmet's Top Table award. He lives in New York City.

Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Isa Chandra Moskowitz is the best-selling author of the hit books Isa Does It, Vegan with a Vengeance, and many other titles. Her website, Post Punk Kitchen, is beloved by millions. Isa has been cooking up a vegan storm for over two decades and has been named favorite cookbook author in VegNews for seven years running. She was raised and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Jan Braai

JanBraai's real name is Jan Scannell and he lives to braai, or barbecue. He is the founder and driving force behind South Africa's hugely successful and popular National Braai Day, held on 24 September each year, which brings together all South Africans through their shared love of cooking outdoors over a fire. Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town Desmond Tutu, who 'likes T-bone steaks, because they are in the shape of Africa', is the day's patron. For more about Jan Braai visit www.braai.com or follow him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

Jessica Battilana

Jessica Battilana writes the "Repertoire" column for the San Francisco Chronicle and is the author of Corn, from Short Stack Editions. The coauthor of several other cookbooks, her work has appeared in Martha Stewart Living, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Gastronomica, Saveur, Sunset, and multiple editions of The Best Food Writing. A Vermont native, she lives in San Francisco with her wife and children.

Judy Ridgway

Judy Ridgway is an acclaimed food writer and international expert on olive oil. She was the first non-Italian judge to sit on the judging panel of the prestigious Leone d'Oro international awards for olive oil. She travels frequently to the producing regions meeting the growers and tasting the oils along the way. She is also in regular contact with specialist cooking schools, university agricultural departments and research institutes. Previous books featuring olive oil include two editions of Judy Ridgway's Best Olive Oil Buys Round the World and The Olive Oil Companion. She also has extensive experience of national TV and radio.

Katharine Whitehorn

Katharine Whitehorn grew up in Mill Hill and studied at Cambridge. She has had distinguished career on Fleet Street; working for the Observer from 1960 to 1996 with stints at Picture Post and the Spectator among others. She is currently Saga magazine's resident agony aunt.

Kathleen Flinn

Kathleen Flinn has been a writer and journalist for nearly 20 years. Her work has appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, USA Today, Men's Fitness and many other publications. She divides her time between Seattle, Washington and Southwest Florida.

Kenny McGovern

At the age of nineteen, KENNY McGOVERN was diagnosed with what is known as 'social anxiety disorder' and eventually became too ill to carry on working. As the years passed, he became almost housebound as a result of his illness and as such lost touch with many parts of life which although enjoyable are often taken for granted. Simple pleasures such as buying a nice sandwich from a local café or going out for a meal became impossible for him to do.As a result of this, and because of his love of food and cooking, he eventually took to trying to recreate many of his favourite shop-bought foods at home. 'If I can't go to McDonalds, I'll make my own,' was his philosophy. Over a period of five years or more, he tested and tweaked many, many recipes, his new hobby quickly building into an obsession.In 2010, Kenny decided to publish some selected recipes in his first book The Takeaway Secret - it became an instant bestseller, following word-of-mouth recommendations on the internet.With huge support and encouragement from readers, his confidence has grown, along with his food obsession. As a result Kenny once more ventured out into the world. researching and learning about the historic links between street food and local people and the recent upsurge in the modern, exciting and vibrant street food culture. His next book, The Street Food Secret, followed in 2017.

Lucy Watson

Lucy Watson started her vegan journey in 2015, having been vegetarian from the age of 5. She is a PETA ambassador and RSPCA campaigner. Lucy is a former Made in Chelsea cast member and lives in London.