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Good Cook Books?


I really want to start cooking more and less "just heat up" meals? Can anyone recommend a good cook book for starters lol.

2 years ago
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jmsonl2 years ago

For starters I would buy the two cook books that are the only two I have kept. The amount of cookbooks I have got and then given to someone else is crazy.

For baking get yourself the Be-Ro Recipe Book that can be bought from supermarkets - I think Morrisons has it in the flour section.

And then the ultimate beginners guide to making food yourself, 1001 Recipes: Ultimate Cookery Book (Paperback). This lives in my kitchen.

Johnny2 years ago

200 Really Easy Recipes: Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook

4.4 out of 5 stars

£3.99 at Amazon


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