Rump and a Rough Red
'When ingredients are limited, the most important ingredient is ingenuity.' There is a real art to cooking on a budget, an art that food and wine writer Greg Duncan Powell revives in Rump and a Rough Red. Each chapter focuses on a single classic ingredient and different ways to cook and serve it, always with an eye to thrift and flavour, and the glass of wine you're going to drink with the dish. Whether it's a peppered rump, lamb curry or apple and walnut cake, Greg complements his recipes with witty, engaging anecdotes about food and wine.
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