Footy Flavours: 75 Recipes from Your Favourite Rugby League Stars

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Random House Australia, 2012 - Cooking - 192 pages
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The player recipes found within Footy Flavours are both a reflection of the modern face of the game and a reminder of who we are, where we have come from. Many recipes have been passed down to players from their parents, and are now in turn being passed on to their children. Others are interpretations of the classics. There are speedy recipes when there isn’t much time on the clock, impressive dishes to wrong-foot your dinner guests and delicious desserts that will land you in the sin bin. Footy Flavours is a unique opportunity for you to share in the dishes that your favourite rugby league stars love to cook and enjoy at home. Whether it’s Ben Ross’s secret ingredient for a great lasagne, Dom Peyroux’s Samoan twist on chop suey, Darren Lockyer’s tips for cooking the perfect snapper, the chicken ‘schnity’ Sandor Earl was raised on, or David Williams’s apple pie perfection handed down from Mother Wolf, in Footy Flavours you’ll find delicious, hearty recipes from some of the greatest players in the game today—and a few legends to boot. Includes metric measures.

 

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Recipes from 75 Rugby League stars past and present, including Darren Lockyer, Mark Gasnier, Michael Ennis, Kurt Gidley, Brett Kimmorley, Brett Stewart, Gordon Tallis and Billy Slater.

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