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Hungry? Who Are You Kidding, I'm Always Hungry!

Advantages: Fun, informal, a basic range of go-to recipes for a more novice cook, healthy
Disadvantages: Not very advanced, some people would prefer more recipes, cost new, company ownership

I have an addiction to cookery books. The stupid thing is that I rarely truly follow a recipe - but I love to have them for inspiration, I can read them like novels and I find them oddly comforting. I recently decided to go for a random walk down our (f ...

missrarr 05.09.2015 · Read full review
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Review of Hungry? The Innocent Recipe Book for Filling Your Family with Good Stuff - Innocent

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Still Hungry...

Advantages: Easy to follow instructions
Disadvantages: Nothing very exciting, lack of photos

With a family of five to feed, I'm always on the lookout for new and exciting recipes to keep hunger at bay. I'm familiar with the Innocent brand due to their range of chilled smoothies and healthy ready meals, so I was intrigued to discover that there wa ...

jo-1976 30.09.2015 · Read full review
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Doesn't everyone love a prawn cocktail?

Advantages: Very interesting, great advice, good cooking and ideas - really good book.
Disadvantages: None

Simon Hopkinson established himself early on as a successful British chef, after opening his own restaurant before he was 21. He swiftly, and deservedly, found himself as one of Britain's most acclaimed young chefs, and his friendship with one particularl ...

stravaig 08.09.2007 · Read full review
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Review of The Prawn Cocktail Years - Simon Hopkinson, Lindsey Bareham

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The Wagamama DIY Handbook

Advantages: Great range of food - cooking at home
Disadvantages: No Duck Gyoza

I decided to go back up to uni early this term, so that I could enjoy a few days in our halls flat, on my own. The novelty didn’t last the night but still. One thing I am enjoying though, is having free reign of the kitchen. Not having to worry about taki ...

obscuredbykep 07.01.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Wagamama Cookbook and DVD - Hugo Arnold

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Giving Ronald Macdonald and Col.Sanders a run for their money!

Advantages: Gives you the means to save an absolute fortune by replicating takeaway recipes
Disadvantages: Some of the recipes are a bit fiddly

Introduction I first came across this book following a conversation at work about Macdonalds. (We have very varied topics of conversation!) I'd mentioned how much I enjoyed Macdonalds relish although I never could abide their burgers, even when I ...

ladybracknell 13.11.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Takeaway Secret - Constable And Robinson

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