The Cook's Book of Everything

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Allen & Unwin, 2009 - Cookery - 687 pages
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Offers advice on how to make the world's best zuppa inglese; how to coat meat with flour and not get your hands dirty; how to keep your friands light and stop your souffles sinking; how to chiffonade a handful of fresh basil in 10 seconds; and how to make a perfect beer batter for fish, and perfect chips to go with it.
 

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About the author (2009)

Lulu Grimes is currently the deputy editor of olive, she was previously the food editor; a post she had held since the magazine's launch in 2003. She has wide experience as a magazine food editor (Food and Travel and Sainsbury's Magazine), as an editor for Murdoch books in Sydney where she researched and worked on a series of internationally published food and travel books covering China, India, Thailand, Italy and France. She regularly appears on the radio (including Radio 4's Woman's Hour) and has written for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is studying for a Masters in Gastronomy at Adelaide University, teaches a course on Food Writing at City University and is on the Guild of Food Writers committee.

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