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Cookbook for download: "Real Meals - Simple Cooking Made Easy"
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Old 20-09-2008, 1:46 PM
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Default Cookbook for download: "Real Meals - Simple Cooking Made Easy"

this is from another freebie site.

it's government produced and aimed at 11-year olds.

The 'Real Meals – Simple Cooking Made Easy' cookbook containing 32 classic recipes and sauces and endorsed by top chef Phil Vickery, was chosen after the public was asked to nominate the basic dishes every child should learn how to cook.

find out more and download it from here.

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Old 20-09-2008, 1:49 PM
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Great, thanks. Will put it on the kids desktop just in case they feel like cooking something for a change!!
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Cool! I will suggest a dinner party with me and hubby as the guests!!!
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perfect for you jack
'simple' haha
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Old 21-09-2008, 7:21 PM
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Not just for kids, I'll try one or two things off here I think. Also would be great for students just venturing out on their own!
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Great find Jack.
Simple is exactly what i need.
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it

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Just seen this Jack, great find huns...

Well done on making Martins weekly email too...

You deserve it, you're a valued forum member...
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I home school.....We downloaded it and my 10 year old daughter (under my eye) made the Lamb Hotpot the other day.......best i've tasted in a very long time!!!!!!
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Not just for kids, I'll try one or two things off here I think. Also would be great for students just venturing out on their own!

..or students who don't know how to cook
Buy for value not cost.
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Well - it made me laugh - I could not believe the custard recipe!:rolleyes2

The instructions are on the tin - it is not making it at all!

Even I now buy it ready made and supermarket own brand - then it can go in a microwave - (but I eat it cold...)
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awesome! I am a collector of recipes.. and recipes books.. adding this one to the list thanks!
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Thanks Jacktyler for this post I am always loking for some easy recipees for my grandchildren to try out. I hope I have downloaded it properly and saved it. Things keep disapearing not my fault honest.
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Thanks very much its really good
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Anyone else having problems opening this file. I have downloaded it a few times and each time I try to open it I get an error message. Any ideas?
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Anyone else having problems opening this file. I have downloaded it a few times and each time I try to open it I get an error message. Any ideas?
can you tell me what the error message is? i may be able to help you.
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We didn't get an error message ourselves, but it took forever to download on Hubby's machine.
Come to think of it, I think when he tried on my machine, we got a 'not enough memory' message!!
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Downloaded in about 10 seconds.

Great find OP, nice and simple, easy to follow recipes which i need
When life throws you lemons make lemonade

But unless life throws you water and sugar, your lemonade is gonna suck
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Well done Jack! Iíve only just checked Martinís email as Iíve been away, Iím actually starting to have MSE withdrawal symptoms too. Iíve been on the look out for something like this for ages and these look pretty straightforward as well.

Great find!

Thanks
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Fab find thanks!!
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Nice one Jack, the man's done it again, quality poster and recognition at last.


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