Mums Still Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Best-Loved Recipes - Hairy Bikers Reviews
Description:ISBN 0297863231 / Author: Hairy Bikers, Dave Myers, Si King / Hardcover / 224 Pages / Book is published 2011-02-10 by W&N
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This recipe book, in my opinion, is simply wonderful with its wide range of cuisines and courses to choose from, and easy to follow instructions. From pies to pasta dishes, from curries to coconut macaroons, there is something for everybody. My personal favourite is the spaghetti bolognese which is never watery on the plate - an old classic that is simply delicious. Students? As a student, I have found several of the recipes - macaroni and cheese, spaghetti bolognese and quick chicken curry, to name but a few - are tasty meals that do not leave you out of pocket. They are also easy to prepare and will teach you basic cooking skills. There are even ... Read the complete review
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