101 One-pot Dishes: Tried-and-tested Recipes Reviews
Description:ISBN 0563522917 / Genre: Food & Drink / Dieting / Paperback / 216 Pages / Book is published 2006-02-16 by BBC Books
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Customer 101 One-pot Dishes: Tried-and-tested Recipes Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/02/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
101 ONE-POT DISHES is from the BBC Book range of good food magazine recipes and costs £4.99 from books shops like Waterstones and you can buy them in some supermarkets like Morrison's in the book and stationary aisles but they are not always in stock there, you can also buy the book from Amazon but will have to pay for postage. The book is a small thick book light blue in colour with a dish of Chunky Winter Broth on the front picture. This recipe can be found on page 10 of the book, if you like the look of it. I like to follow a new recipes book as I get fed up of the same meals day in day out and there are some great new easy to follow recopies in this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Continuing on my reviews of the brilliant recipe books by the BBC that have been brought out I take you on my review of the Good Food 101 One-Pot dishes book. We usually se this book for pure ease as the title suggests that you can just throw things together in half of these recipes which is great after a hard day's work. It is a great recipe book and a worth addition to your collection and here is why. So my little bit about the books for those of you who haven't read my reviews. The good food books all have 101 recipes in each. They are quite small and neat and are produced by BBC Books. They all have the ingredients, recipe and nutritional information ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I'm well known in my family for being a bad cook. It's something I've never been very good at and truth be known I've never liked doing. However there comes a time in everyone's life when cooking is essential to living, this was 18 years ago for me and after countless kitchen disasters I recently decided it was time to up my game and invest in some recipe books that boast simple meals that even I can achieve without losing interest half way through or messing up because there's some complicated element that I haven't thought through! I browsed on Amazon for such a book and came across this Good Food 101 One-Pot Dishes recipe book. All the recipes in this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/09 (Very useful, 272 readings)
It's strange that when a son first moves out of home the mother's main concern is how he will manage to feed himself. Forget about paying the bills on time and keeping the place clean, as long as the son can keep his stomach full every thing will be OK. When I first moved out of home my leaving gift was a slow cooker with the idea being I could set the timer as I left for work in the morning and when I returned home there would be a steaming meal ready to devour. A fantastic idea but in practice it was a different story and I soon left the slow cooker alone. Whilst watching a cookery programme there was a recipe for a one-pot lamb dish and it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
My husband, bless his cotton socks, is not much of a cook. Don't get me wrong, he can make a mean jacket potato or pasta bake (and he's also been known to heat up MY homemade chilli, stick some rice in the microwave and claim all the praise for "making" dinner himself!), but try getting him to cook something from scratch, or something that requires using more than one pan at a time and something in his (highly scientific, engineer mind) just can't cope with it! I know men aren't meant to be able to multi-task (why, oh why, does it not occur to them to wash the dishes whilst they're waiting for the kettle to boil???), but I just cannot understand why having two . Read the complete review