by: Women's Weekly Australian
Publication Date: 01/04/2010
Hardback: 128 pages
Published In: Australia
The first title in a new gorgeous gift series, High Tea is the dream cookbook for every girl. It contains all the delectable delights of the tea table - scones, finer sandwiches, pastries, little cakes, big cakes, slices, biscuits - as well as hints and tips on making a pot of tea and setting the table.
Features 45 recipes along with step-by-step instructions and ingredients list.
Suitable for those with busy lives and exacting standards in the kitchen, this cookery book offers delicious recipes with serving suggestions as well as design and photography. It gives step-by-step instructions and ingredients list.
by: Willie Harcourt-Cooze
The ultimate book for chocolate-lovers from the man who makes the best chocolate in the world.
by: Alison Alexander
To many outside Queensland they might just be names. Karen. Paul. Michelle. Anne. But they're our neighbours our friends our local communities. They've lost so much. This cookbook is about more than 150 recipes. It's about rebuilding what we had sharing something form our own homes and knowing we're doing that with big lashings of love. Madonna King Presenter ABC 612 Brisbane mornings ...(view full description)
by: Sue Shepherd
Publication Date: 30/05/2011
Paperback: 264 pages
Published In: Australia
The first half of this book is a guide to food intolerances, an explanation of the Low-Fodmap diet and an overview of how to include it in your daily eating plan. The second half is a collection of 80 simple, family-friendly recipes, designed to show how people with food intolerances can still get a great deal of pleasure out of cooking and eating.
by: Donna Diegel
Once thought to be tasteless and heavy, vegan baked goods have exploded in popularity. Diegel delivers more than 120 amazing recipes including breakfast cakes and muffins, yeast breads and dinner rolls, cakes, pies, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, and more.
by: Michele Curtis
What's for Dinner? is the perfect solution to the mid-week dinner dilemma. It's ideal for busy people who have run out of meal ideas or bored with the tired, old classics . The recipes are easy to follow and make, and the ingredients are available in supermarkets. Also included are delicious sweet recipes.
by: Harumi Kurihara
Presents more than 60 home-style recipes for you to make for family and friends. This title demonstrates how easy it is to cook Japanese food for every day occasions without needing to shop at specialist food stores. Arranged by ingredients, it provides recipes for soups, starters, snacks, party dishes, main courses and family feasts.
For those who love good food but have little time to spend cooking, an electric slow-cooker can fit perfectly into a busy lifestyle. This title includes recipes such as Chicken Noodle Soup; Slow-cooked Onion and Cider Soup; and, Italian Vegetable and Bread Soup. It also includes recipes for desserts.