Ainsley's Friends and Family Cookbook

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BBC Worldwide, 2004 - Cooking - 240 pages
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Ainsley Harriott is a best-selling BBC author and has sold over a million copies of his books to date.

As fans of his Meals in Minutes titles already know, Ainsley is the chef who really understands the sort of food most of us want to make at home. Now he's back with his Friends and Family Cookbook, the ultimate reference book to reflect the way we cook and eat today.

The book covers everything from planning what to eat for the week ahead and shopping, to timing a Sunday lunch and organising a supper party.

Ainsley's Friends and Family Cookbook also contains step-by-step sequences to make particular techniques even more straightforward, lots of alternatives for everyday recipes like pizza and pasta and plenty of low-fat dishes if you are watching what you eat.

The book contains over 230 brand new delicious recipes all using readily available ingredients, and with each one illustrated to encourage you to have a go, it is an essential addition to any kitchen shelf.

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About the author (2004)

One of Britain's most popular TV chefs, Ainsley Harriott now appears on America's National Public Television's Great Foods series. His sassy, chatty style combined with his love of food delights his viewers and results in rave reviews from media and food critics. Author of several bestselling books, including Ainsley Harriott's Meals in Minutes and Ainsley Harriott's Barbecue Bible, both published by Dorling Kindersley, his bright and flamboyant style delights all readers.

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