A Free Range Life: Cheap Thrills: Save Money, Save Time, Eat Well by Annabel Langbein

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  • Burmese beef and potato curry

    • e_ballad on March 02, 2020

      A very gentle curry, this was well-received by the kids, but it unfortunately lacked much interest for us parents.

  • Ginger pork and peanut stir-fry

    • e_ballad on May 24, 2018

      A super-quick midweek meal, though the veg was a little too crunchy. I’d be tempted to stir-fry the veg at the start, then pork, then sauce.

  • One-pot Thai beef curry

    • e_ballad on April 05, 2020

      I really enjoyed this - plenty of flavour, tender meat. Delicious. I wonder if reducing the stock from 4 cups to 3 cups might make it more like the accompanying photo.

  • Speedy Thai pumpkin soup

    • lou_weez on September 05, 2017

      This was delicious! A smooth and creamy soup, with a hint of heat. Unfortunately, the hint of heat was too much for the kidlets. I added 3 tablespoons (the recipe called for 3-4 tbsp) of curry paste.

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  • ISBN 10 5006000139
  • ISBN 13 9415006000137
  • Published Jul 24 2017
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 128
  • Language English
  • Countries New Zealand
  • Publisher Annabel Langbein Books

Publishers Text

This inspiring cookbook will guide the beginner baker and busy homemaker through an irresistible array of baked treats - biscuits, slices, cakes, muffins and more. This brilliant book will ensure everyone, no matter what their age or cooking ability, achieves baking success - every time! Simple one-pot mixes and no-bake treats will cater to the novice (or nervous) baker, while no-fail cakes and simple to prepare slices are guaranteed to become favorites with busy homemakers searching for interesting new ways to fill the tins. Baking has enjoyed an enormous resurgence in recent times. Yet there are still plenty of New Zealanders who have missed out on learning how to bake from their mother or grandmother. And with that they have been denied the satisfaction of watching a cake rise or a tray of muffins emerge steaming hot from the oven. Annabel Langbein believes home baking is one of life's most rewarding pleasures.

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