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Prettier than Nigella. Easier than Delia.

Advantages: Simple recipes for delicious food
Disadvantages: Some of it's fattening!

One of the things I enjoy most about Saturday mornings is reading the Weekend section of The Times. It’s a mixture of articles which are probably classed as ‘Lifestyle’ – there’s gardening, food, wine, a vet answering questions and a gentleman who answer ...

SueMagee 30.10.2002 · Read full review
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Review of Simple Food - Jill Dupleix

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So i'm going to be a dad (edited and updated review)

Advantages: written in a way men will understand
Disadvantages: only covers one mans experience

General Info My girlfriend bought this book for me, I assume she was hinting that i may not be the best prepared person in the world. I believe she bought it from Amazon. We are expecting our first child together, and my first ever in February :-D ...

peteellis 05.07.2012 · Read full review
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Review of So You'Re Going To Be A Dad - Peter Downey

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Supper for a Song (and another song...and another)

Advantages: A couple of very good recipes, nice photography
Disadvantages: Pretentious notes, expensive ingredients, misleading title

If I told you that a cookbook called "Supper for a Song" includes dishes that call for the likes of scallops, wild salmon, sweet chestnut puree and pheasant you'd probably think I was barmy. If I'd have paid more atttention when I bought the book I'd have ...

fizzytom 28.05.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Supper for a Song - Tamasin Day-Lewis

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