The New Cook

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HarperCollins, Sep 23, 2003 - Cooking - 192 pages
2 Reviews

Whether you are a beginner, an occasional cook or an accomplished one, The New Cook will guide and inspire you to create great food without fuss. Begin with the basics if your kitchen confidence needs a boost or go straight to the easy-to-follow recipes to make a new kind of meal where the approach is simple, the ingredients are fresh and the flavors are unforgettable. Complicated, time-consuming recipes and hard-to-get ingredients will become a thing of the past when The New Cook takes over your kitchen.

  

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User Review  - Deb - Goodreads

Slowly working my way back through some of my Donna Hay cookbooks. This one has simple recipes (not that most of Donna Hays recipe are difficult though) but there is also good information on basics ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elisabeth - Goodreads

She is fabulous once you figure out how to substitute ingredients. simplicty at it's best! Read full review

Contents

7 meat
92
8 pou1try
114
9 seafood
128
10 fruit
142
11 butter baking
154
12 mi1k cream
168
g1ossary
189
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About the author (2003)

At the age of eight, DONNA HAY skipped into a kitchen, picked up a mixing bowl and never looked back. She moved to the world of magazine test kitchens and publishing, where she established her trademark style of simple, smart and seasonal recipes all elegantly put together and photographed. Hers is food for every cook, every food lover, every day and every occasion. Her unique style turned her into an international food-publishing phenomenon as a bestselling author of sixteen cookbooks, publisher of Donna Hay Magazine, newspaper columnist and creator of a homewares and food range. Visit her online at www.donnayhay.com.au.

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