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Murielle Valette
Authors:
Murielle Valette
Robinson

Making the Most of Your Food Processor

Sue Simkins
Authors:
Sue Simkins

A food processor can be one of the most useful appliances in your kitchen if you know how to make the most of it. This book will show you how to do just that, whatever your level of culinary skills and however short of time you are. With a simple food processor on-side you can whiz up soups and spreads and purees and all kinds of savoury treats. A simple food processor will give you another level of expertise as a home-baker. Light sponge cakes and melt-in-the-mouth pastry and biscuits, which you might have thought too difficult to attempt before are now within your reach.This book will enable cooks to make the most out of their food processor, rather than it become an expensive dust collector on the kitchen counter.

Robinson

Brilliant Breadmaking in Your Bread Machine

Catherine Atkinson
Authors:
Catherine Atkinson

There's nothing quite like the flavour and aroma of freshly baked bread. Your bread machine gives the pleasure of both with the least effort on your part. This book is for those who are new to bread making and those who want to expand their repertoire of recipes. - It takes you through the basic techniques and provides foolproof advice on how to make the perfect loaf. - From simple, straightforward loaves, which cost a fraction of the shop-bought equivalent, to more elaborately flavoured and handshaped creations, you'll discover over a hundred delicious recipes that make the most of your bread machine's potential. - If you are concerned about what goes into the food you eat, you can now decide the ingredients of your daily bread yourself, and make bread that you will love. There are chapters on breads for those on special or restricted diets, such as gluten-free, and recipes using spelt and rye flours. - All recipes are suitable for all makes of bread machine, and most recipes include ingredients for medium or large loaves or a small loaf using a compact bread machine.

Black Dog & Leventhal

Jacques Pépin New Complete Techniques

Jacques Pépin
Authors:
Jacques Pépin

Jacques P?pin is universally hailed by professional chefs and home cooks as the grand master of cooking skills and methods. Now, his classic seminal work, Jacques P?pin?s Complete Techniques, is completely revised and updated with more than 1,000 color photographs and 30% new techniques. Based on P?pin?s 1978 and 1979 archetypal works La M?thode and La Technique,Jacques P?pin'sComplete Techniques has become a cookbook classic in its own right, selling more than 140,000 copies. Comprehensive and authoritative, New Complete Techniques includes more than 600 techniques and methods and 160 recipes that are demonstrated by P?pin in thousand of step-by-step photographs. It is a culinary course on every aspect of classic cooking, from the basics (how to sharpen a knit or peel an onion) and the practical (how to properly bone a chicken (to the whimsical (how to make decorative swans and flowers out of fruits and vegetables) and the complex (how to use an old refrigerator as a smoker for trout). The time-tested recipes show everyone, from the greenest home cook to the seasoned professional, how to put techniques into practice. This completely revised edition includes thousands of color and black-and-white photographs throughout and is redesigned to make it even easier to follow the step-by-step techniques.

A. A. Gill

AA Gill is the acerbic TV and travel critic of the Sunday Times.

Anne Keenan Higgins

Anne Keenan Higgins began her career as an art director for advertising agencies in Detroit after earning her degree from the Michigan School of Art & Design. Later starting her own illustration business, Anne developed a signature whimsical style and began licensing her artwork to the greeting card and giftware industries. She has illustrated over 100 book covers, is the illustrator of Starring Jules by Beth Ain, and Sophie Kinsella's Shopaholic series. Anne resides in Detroit, Michigan.

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.

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'

Duncan Anderson

Duncan Anderson is a neurologist at the Hammersmith Hospital as well as a freelance writer.

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow is an Oscar winner and author of the New York Times bestselling cookbooks It's All Easy, My Father's Daughter and It's All Good. She is founder of Goop, a lifestyle brand and website that covers food, fashion, fitness and travel. Paltrow is a mother, businesswoman and actress, who lives in Los Angeles.

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 Arkless

Jan Arkless is a qualified teacher of Home Economics who taught in Secondary and Special schools. Jan began writing as a career and pastime which could be indulged in whenever time was available. Jan soon decided that she preferred writing to teaching, and has since written several successful Right Way titles on cookery and weddings.Jan lives in Oxford, England, with her husband, Bill, and has four grown up children.

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.

Kris Dhillon

Kris Dhillon writes with the authority of an accomplished Indian restaurateur. With many years of experience and thousands of satisfied customers she is still flattered by the popularity of her recipes and by the volume of interest and debate they continue to provoke.Her book, The Curry Secret, is widely acknowledged as the Holy Grail of curry cook books.

Marian Walls

Marian is an artist and designer.

Oz Clarke

Oz Clarke had an idyllic childhood in the Kent countryside. He was head chorister at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School. He acted, sang and wine-tasted his way through university, then spent a decade acting with the RSC and featuring in West End musicals - he starred as Perón in Evita.His famous victories in high-profile wine-tasting competitions brought him jobs on two national newspapers, and in 1984 he turned to full time writing and television work. The BBC's Food and Drink made him a household name and was broadcast around the world, as were his later 'Oz and James' wine adventures with James May.His many books have been translated into sixteen languages, he has won every major wine-writing prize, and he is an Officier de l'Ordre du Mérite Agricole. When he is not visiting vineyards and wineries, chairing wine competitions or presenting innovative concerts with Armonico Consort, Oz lives in London and complains about not playing enough golf.

Peter Mayle

Peter Mayle has contributed to a wide range of publications in England, France and America and his work has been translated into 22 languages.

Quentin Letts

Quentin Letts is parliamentary sketch writer and theatre critic for the Daily Mail. A regular broadcaster on radio and television, he was formerly New York correspondent for The Times and gossip columnist for the Daily Telegraph. He recently presented Radio 4's series 'What's The Point Of?' He lists his recreations, in Who's Who as 'gossip' and 'character defenestration'.

Raynes Minns

Raynes Minns was born in 1946 and grew up in Hampstead. This is her first book and is the result of a fascination with wartime cookery books.

Sarah Flower

Sarah Flower is trained in nutrition and nutritional medicine and author of 15 books, including the bestselling The Everyday Halogen Oven Cookbook. Sarah and her young son have lived on a sugar free diet for the last 3 years. As a nutritionist and journalist, Sarah has written many articles on diets, including sugar free, grain free, low carb and high protein. She runs workshops at local schools, talking to parents and teaching children how to cook and eat a healthy diet.