A Taste of Britain

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Thomson Learning, 1994 - Cookery, British - 48 pages
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As well as covering basic facts about Britain's culture and geography, recipes are given for such dishes as Welsh rarebit, shepherd's pie, and apple crumble.

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Contents

Good plain cooking
4
Mealtimes
19
A British Christmas
33
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Roz Denny is an accomplished food writer who has written on many culinary subjects, including rice, fish and shellfish, Chinese and Italian food and microwave cooking, as well as her specialty, vegetarian food, and cooking for children. She is the freelance editor for Weight Watchers magazine and a regular contributor to House and Garden magazine. Her culinary expertise also extends from food styling for photography, demonstrations, television, video and radio broadcasts to advising companies on new food trends and new product development ideas. Published works which Roz has either written or edited include Vegetarian: 200 Classic Recipes Shown Step by Step (Lorenz Books), Cheese: A Visual Guide to 400 Cheeses with 150 Recipes (Southwater), A Chef For All Seasons and Gordon Ramsay's Just Desserts (both Quadrille), Cooking For Beginners (Usborne), The Green Diet (Orion), and A Passion For Seafood (Conran Octopus).

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