A Cookbook dedicated entirely to Kumara
Over 40 great ways to prepare soups, salads, desserts and the classic Kiwi Roast.
|Author:||Allyson Gofton (photography Alan Gillard)|
Cookery & Wine
Celebrity cook Allyson Gofton gives us her own special take on slow-cooked food, sharing over 180 of her favourite recipes for the slow cooker or crockpot. With chapters on soups, main meals (beef, lamb, pork, chicken and vegetarian) an... read more
Cookery & Wine
In this long-awaited, fully revised and expanded edition of <i>The Failsafe Cookbook</i>, Dengate has compiled hundreds of new improved recipes for all kinds of occasions, as well as up to the minute information about food intolerance and elimination diets. This revised edition first published 2007.
Allyson Gofton has employed her years' of baking experience, to create this sumptuous baking book stacked with traditional Kiwi classics and her favourite family recipes. Chapters include: pantry essentials; substitutions - what to do when you've started baking... read more
Contains 20 cards and envelopes. Suitable for bakers, each card features a recipe from "The Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook".
As Carol Wilson shows in this practical and inspirational book, there are several different methods of preserving fruits and vegetables and all give delicious results. Jams, jellies, fruit butters and curds, bottled fruits, chutneys, pickles and salted vegetables ar... read more
What should I cook today? Those who refuse to put convenience food on the table for themselves and loved ones are familiar with this question. Quite often one simply resorts to the tried and true recipes. Creative Cooking offers a real alternative to the daily ki... read more
There's a great deal of nostalgia for honest-to-goodness family cooking: hearty soups, pastas, meats, poultry and salads all used in a myriad of satisfying family favourites. In this book you will find many of the old favourites complete with desserts and an array of fres... read more
Who said eating well needs to be complicated or costly? In this book, Simon Holst shows that doing both is within the reach of cooks of any ability. With simple suggestions for stretching your food dollar a little further and practical, approachable recipes to help anyone from students to family cooks eat well for less.