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  • Nicely laid out with the recipe on the left and a picture on the right. This is the same for every recipe in this book. So easy to follow.

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Super

ProGood variety of recipes, easy to find ingredients,...

ConsNot much good for an experienced cook, NO CHOCOLAT...

My husband, bless his cotton socks, is not much of a cook. Don't get me wrong, he can make a mean jacket potato or pasta bake (and he's also been known to heat up MY homemade chilli, stick some rice in the microwave and claim all the praise for "making" dinner himself!), but try getting him to...

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ProEasy to follow tasty recipies, cuts down on washin...

Consbook does not stay open at page needed!

I do always try to cook my boys and hubby meals from scratch but as this leads to a whole load of washing up, which in my house is Mommy’s job, I was thrilled when I came across this book as it has 101 recipes for one pot meals and I though it would reduce the time I spend at the sink. The book...

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“One pot = Little washing up”

published 15/07/2009

ProEasy to follow recipes, great photography, handy s...

ConsSome strange recipes, not many deserts

It’s strange that when a son first moves out of home the mother’s main concern is how he will manage to feed himself. Forget about paying the bills on time and keeping the place clean, as long as the son can keep his stomach full every thing will be OK. When I first moved out of home my leaving...

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Proeasy to cook recipes, less washing up!

Consthe size of the book is awkward

I have never really been much of a cook. To be honest I don’t really enjoy it and find cooking very stressful. So when I got with my fiancé and he enjoyed cooking I was happy. Every night I got home from work (he finished before I did) and tea would be done, all home cooked and lovely. But then...

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Super

ProNo major cooking skills needed.

ConsDoesn't stay open at the page easily.

BBC books has published a whole host of these GoodFood magazine 101 recipe books. I have several but my favourite is this 101 one-pot dishes. When my husband and I both worked full time this was our bible for quick easy meals to do when we got home from work. Since the arrival of our first baby...

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Excellent

“Delicious Recipies”

published 05/02/2011

ProEasy to follow recipies

Consnon theres something for everyone

101 ONE-POT DISHES is from the BBC Book range of good food magazine recipes and costs £4.99 from books shops like Waterstones and you can buy them in some supermarkets like Morrison's in the book and stationary aisles but they are not always in stock there, you can also buy the book from Amazon...

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