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A Free Range Life Website by Annabel Langbein

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  • Lime and sesame beef stir-fry

    • Jane on July 13, 2016

      Very quick and easy weeknight dinner. I didn't have bok choy so made it with just broccoli and snow peas and it was very good. Lime flavor really comes through.

  • Braised oxtails with star anise

    • sir_ken_g on June 06, 2017

      Used free range stew meat. Very tasty.

  • Chicken laksa

    • Rinshin on November 25, 2016

      I made this using the turkey stock from the Thanksgiving Day turkey and leftover turkey meat. Otherwise I followed the recipe. Excellent flavor and so fresh tasting with all the fresh herbs, vegetables added on top. I'll be making this again. Perfect antidote to too much of carb heavy Thanksgiving dishes.

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  • Language English
  • Countries New Zealand

Publishers Text

Annabel Langbein has written and published 21 cookbooks and starred in three seasons of her award-winning television series Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook. Over more than 20 years, her fun, down-to-earth approach, no-fail recipes and clever kitchen tips and tricks have earned her a passionate international following.

She believes that preparing and sharing simple but delicious food is the cornerstone of a good life, and has made it her mission to empower and inspire us all to eat more fresh seasonal produce and fewer barcodes. “While I love to cook, I don’t want to spend hours in the process. If I can skip or simplify a step and get the same result, I will. That’s an advantage of being a self-taught cook.”

Discover how to live a Free Range Life - discovering simple pleasures through exploring your creativity, connecting with nature, and sharing food and laughter with family and friends.

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