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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 ...

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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 ...

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MAKES DIETING THAT *TEENY* BIT EASIER . . .

Advantages: clear instructions, wide range of recipes
Disadvantages: none

...years ago now, I posted a review of a book about the Harcombe Diet - one of the few diets I actually think is fairly sensible and relatively easy to stick to, as long as you re-think your attitude to food. I've meant to post a review of the accompan ...

Pmshack99 02.02.2014 · Read full review
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Review of The Harcombe Diet: The Recipe Book - Zoe Harcombe

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An Indian Feast without the Meat

Advantages: Interesting array of dishes
Disadvantages: No timings, not all have photos.

I have been a veggie for thirteen years now, and a lover of Indian food for longer. However, I never previously cooked Indian dishes from scratch before, assuming it time-consuming and to involve ingredients that I don't often use. When I received this bo ...

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Review of Anjum's Indian Vegetarian Feast - Anjum Anand

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way too sweet, sweet!

Advantages: lovely coffee table book
Disadvantages: recipes are far too sweet, quantities are not accurate

I've had 'Cupcakes from the Primrose Bakery' for a couple of years now. I picked it up in one of those discount book shops - The Works I think, for just £2.99. I have the hardback copy and the full retail price of the hardback is £14.99, so I got myself a ...

michelley26 02.09.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Cupcakes from The Primrose Bakery - Martha Swift, Lisa Thomas

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