Simple, Honest Food: The Best of Bill Granger by Bill Granger

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  • Apricot bars

    • nadiam1000 on June 19, 2017

      another winner by Bill - I love apricot bars (right behind lemon bars as a favorite) and this is a chewy, buttery, not too sweet version. I like the combination of dried apricots and jam which makes a tart sweet chewy filling. I used a dark pan and although I lowered the temp, the edges got a little crisp, not burnt but a bit overdone. I baked for 5 mins less than recommended but next time will use a shiny pan or reduce the second bake time by a few minutes.

  • Moroccan fish stew

    • chawkins on January 20, 2014

      This turned out spicier than I thought it would be, must be the piece of old ginger that I used, it packed a lot of heat. The recipe is simple and fast and quite satisfying with the chick peas in there.

  • Sausages with caramelized onions and Parmesan mash

    • chawkins on March 22, 2014

      Found a package of Costco Irish bangers from last year's St Patrick's Day in the freezer, so banger and mash was dinner. I halved the recipe to serve two and because of my husband's aversion to vinegar, I further halved the halved amount of sugar and vinegar, used agave nectar and balsamic vinegar, the vinegar did cook off, had no complaint from the hubby. I was somewhat skeptical about the tiny amount Parmesan added, but it was just fine, did not overpower. Quick and satisfying.

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  • ISBN 10 0762779756
  • ISBN 13 9780762779758
  • Published Oct 04 2011
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 320
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Lyons Press
  • Imprint Lyons Press

Publishers Text

Cooking Channel star Bill Granger opened his first restaurant in 1993 at age 22, changing the face of contemporary Australian dining with his uncomplicated approach to food and laid-back Sydney style. Success soon followed, and here in this book are gathered his very best mouthwatering recipes, illustrated with stunning photography. From healthy family breakfasts to casual lunches, tantalizing treats, and dinners with friends, Bill’s easy-to-replicate recipes and signature carefree, joyful, and no-fuss approach to cooking makes for meals that are always fast, easy, and brimming with flavor.

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