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    what book would you recommend
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    • 5th Dec 12, 1:47 PM
    what book would you recommend 5th Dec 12 at 1:47 PM
    Hi all

    Im lookig for recommendations for a recipe book.

    I can cook and bake a bit but I just tend to stick to the same old same old.
    Also Im vegetarian but my OH and kids arent. I do make them meat dishes but I cant taste them so stick to my tried and tested meals that I know they like.

    Im not looking for advanced gourmet recipes that cost a fortune in ingredients and take 4 hours to make, just a sort of improvers stage of cooking that gives me more dishes to play with.

    What books do you use most often? Who does the best chuck it all in recipies?

    "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it may be necessary from time to time to give a stupid or misinformed beholder a black eye" - Miss Piggy
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