Good Home Cooking: Make it, Don't Buy It! Real Food at Home - Mostly at Less Than a Pound a Head (Paperback)Diana Peacock
Paperback Published: 03/09/2009
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Tired of eating bland, ready-made meals and packaged and processed food? Let Good Home Cooking be the answer to your prayers. You'll learn how to make tasty, healthy food, and discover that what you make is not only better-tasting than anything you can buy, it's cheaper, too! Good food shouldn't be a luxury; it's a right, and this book will show you how to make simple, inexpensive recipes that ensure you eat well every day of the week. From light snacks to hearty main courses and home baking, you will find out how a cleverly stocked store-cupboard and some simple recipes mean tasty family meals, whatever your budget. Here you can create everything from light bites and tasty treats to hearty main courses, while learning just how easy it is to prepare food from fresh ingredients with fantastic results every time. In addition, you can also discover how to make your own pickles, baked beans, bread, butter, yoghurt, cream and cottage cheese - even sausages and bacon - and all without having to buy any expensive equipment. With almost 300 tried-and-tested recipes, Good Home Cooking is a must for anyone who wants to eat good, fresh, local, homemade food, whatever their income. It is essential reading for anyone who wants to provide their family with the best food possible. Contents: Introduction; 1. Making your Own Dairy Products; 2. Making Stock; 3. Soups, Snacks and Light Lunches; 4. Cooking with the Cheaper Cuts of Meat and Fish; 5. Pasta and Rice; 6. Pies and Pastry; 7. Take-away and Restaurant-style Meals; 8. Salads, Dips and Mayonnaise; 9. Vegetable Accompaniments; 10. Puddings and Desserts; 11. Making Pickles; 12. Jams and other Preserves; 13. Cakes, Biscuits and Slices; 14. Celebration Family Meals; 15. Bread and Scones; 16. Making Your Own Bacon and Sausages; Index.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group