Feed Me Now! by Bill Granger

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  • wodtke on July 02, 2017

    This is a chef cookbook that genuinely is useable by home cooks. The recipes are intelligent and delicious; what more do you want? Well, the edition I have (UK, 2009) is large and printed on heavy paper, with good pictures of most recipes. It is a fancy cookbook that now can be bought used for $5 or so, including shipping. Heckofa deal.

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  • Nostalgic lamb curry with yoghurt & apple

    • debkellie on May 23, 2015

      Great for those who prefer their curries aromatic. I added half a cup of dessicated coconut for thickening and true nostalgia!

  • Fettucine with asparagus pesto

    • Astrid5555 on June 20, 2017

      This is the recipe that turned up in my EYB search for asparagus and spinach. Quite quick to make, even though I blanched and toasted the almonds myself. Husband and I liked it a lot!

  • Miso fish with spring onions & sesame seeds

    • Astrid5555 on November 09, 2013

      Found the miso marinade just ok, husband loved it. Comes together in less than 10 minutes, thus great for a weeknight dinner. Served with basmati rice and bok choy.

  • Pumpkin cannelloni

    • aargle on July 28, 2014

      The whole family gave this a big thumbs up - it was delicious and a great way to use up an abundance of pumpkin. I added some feta cheese to the white sauce which I will repeat. I also sprinkled water over the stuffed cannelloni before pouring over the sauce to ensure pasta was soft.

  • Spiced carrot soup with lime

    • Melanie on August 05, 2014

      This was okay but unfortunately I wasn't overly impressed with the end result (although it was very easy to make,). I liked the flavour of the yoghurt and sumac added at the end but thought the rest of the soup was somewhat bland. I think this would be okay if it was thicker in texture.

    • Hellyloves2cook on May 13, 2014

      Delicious tasting soup - quite sweet in taste but nevertheless pretty good. Made this many times.

  • Pumpkin & pea coconut curry

    • Melanie on July 27, 2016

      Tasty enough way to eat vegetables - reheats well so worked well for work lunches. Increase vegetables next time - relatively small serves if cooking for dinner. Served with brown rice.

    • lou_weez on September 12, 2018

      Used sweet potato instead of pumpkin and added beans. Not mind-shattering but a decent, easy and quick, meal.

  • Apple fruit cake

    • Melanie on July 27, 2016

      Great cake to serve for afternoon tea - lovely texture and great flavour. Cake is light enough and we enjoyed the mix of fruit, walnuts and spices. Used unpeeled red apples. Cake broke in half when removing from tin after 10 minutes, leave longer to cool next time.

  • Pumpkin & cinnamon muffins

    • Melanie on August 05, 2014

      The pumpkin flavour is fairly mild and works well with the sultanas and cinnamon.

  • Quesadillas with black beans & green tomato salsa

    • Melanie on March 28, 2014

      Easy and delicious comfort food.

  • Barbecued chicken & salbitxada sauce

    • Smittieg on May 06, 2012

      Tried this with the BBQ rottiserie and it was delicious. The salbitxada is easier to east than it is to say!

    • Kitchenangel on August 28, 2014

      I have made this several times. The sauce looks a bit of a faff, but it's delicious!!

  • Chinese style omelette with barbecued pork

    • Smittieg on April 26, 2012

      Using rice wine in the omelette really makes this dish sing. Try it with left over roast pork and shredded cabbage, or for something really special - duck.

  • Melt & mix banana bread

    • KIGirl on January 16, 2015

      I turned this into 24 muffins and cooked for 25-30 mins at 160 C

    • saarwouters on January 28, 2018

      This is our go-to banana bread recipe. Comes out great every time. It's rather sweet, but we like that.

  • Gnocchi with Gorgonzola, spinach & walnuts

    • lou_weez on October 09, 2020

      Simple to prepare, absolutely delicious to eat. I used 80g roquefort and 20g cheddar as that's what I had. My husband was disappointed at the serving size (tip: if you're ravenously hungry or big eaters you will need to double the recipe) but I was left satisfied after the meal.

  • Chicken wings with satay sauce

    • lou_weez on February 17, 2020

      Made this with chicken thigh fillets instead of wings and added a bag of frozen stir fry vegetables to bulk it out. A great family mid-week meal.

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  • ISBN 10 0732289742
  • ISBN 13 9780732289744
  • Published Apr 01 2009
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
  • Imprint HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd

Publishers Text

If anyone knows how to please a crowd, it's Bill Granger, the man behind the landmark Bill's restaurants. Bill's food is fresh, simple, healthy and delicious - it's food for people who love to eat but are short of time to cook, people with too much to do to fuss in the kitchen and at the table, people with families and friends to feed, people just like you. Divided into quick reference chapters so you can find the meals which best suit you, Feed Me Now!, Bill Granger's seventh cookbook, gives you new ideas for breakfasts - for which Bill is world famous - lunches and dinners; food for two, food for more, meals on a budget, snacks and nibbles, and meals you can freeze now, eat later. Recipes are accompanied by beautiful photography and handy kitchen tips from Bill.

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