Mouth watering cook books

There are a great selection of cookery books available for lending at your local library. We have books with recipes suitable for beginners, cooks on a budget and books for those who like a challenge in the kitchen. Get the aprons out!

Good Housekeeping Family meals for a fiverFamily meals for a fiver

This is the credit-crunch cookery book. “Good Housekeeping” have conjured up over 250 recipes costing £5 each. The book is broken down into seven chapters: Soups and Salads, Meat, Fish, Pasta and Rice, Vegetarian, Puddings and Basic Bakes. With an extensive advice section including meal planners and money saving tips, the ideas in this book will help you shop as economically and creatively as possible.

Tana Ramsay Home Made

Home made : Good, honest food made easy

Nothing beats the taste and comfort of real home made food. Best selling cook Tana Ramsay has devised a fabulous range of mouth-watering recipes that will leave family and friends begging for second helpings.

Pizza on the Grill

Pizza on the Grill

With “Pizza on the Grill“, would-be pizza chefs can create a made-at-home version of a wood-oven pizza, straight from the gas or charcoal barbecue. It contains 100 recipes for everything from old faithfuls to new innovations – including dessert pizzas – Pulled Pork Pizza and Fig, Walnut, and Rosemary Pizza, along with traditional classics like Pizza Margherita and Little Italy Pepperoni Pizza.

The I diet : 100 recipes for losing weight, the Italian way!

The I diet : 100 recipes for losing weight, the Italian way!

Enjoy the best of Italian food whilst still losing weight! “The I diet” combines simple, fresh, good-quality ingredients for an easy way to shed pounds.

Mouse and Book

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One Response to “Mouth watering cook books”

  1. Shelly Says:

    mmm tasty!

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