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  • DKennedy on July 17, 2015

    Honey glazed duck with ginger and pink grapefruit, page 42. It is described as a special dish for special times. I made this dish last night for dinner, substituting confit'd duck legs and serving it over a combination of iceberg lettuce and a variety of herbs. The salad is quite delicious. But the dressing, which requires caramelizing sugar as one of its steps, is a bit labor intensive for the results. I might seek out an easier dressing if I was to attempt this salad a second time.

  • Melanie on May 06, 2014

    Lentil soup with pumpkin and fennel (p20) - This was recipe was relatively quick to pull together on a weeknight. This definitely needs the lemon - the flavour was only a background note however it helped pull all the ingredients together. Takes about an hour to cook however only really need to pay attention for about 20 min. Ingredients can be chopped as you go which is great too.

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  • ISBN 10 094601499X
  • ISBN 13 9780946014996
  • Published Oct 15 2001
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 144
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Pryor Publications
  • Imprint Pryor Publications

Publishers Text

Packed with the best recipes culled from a range of fabulous classic books such as The River Cafe Cook Book, all tried and tested in the Books for Cooks shop and café in Notting Hill. The range is from an eclectic mix of books from all over the world, including vegetarian, Thai, Australian, Irish, English, Indian...whatever catches their eye and palate.

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