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Free Range in the City by Annabel Langbein

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  • Roasted cauliflower and blue cheese soup

    • aargle on August 24, 2014

      Was slightly disappointed by this recipe. Soup was too thin despite having more cauliflower than the recipe specified. It was also a bit bland. It may need some onion and my blue cheese was perhaps too mild. Family demolished it though. Used chorizo instead of bacon and will repeat that as it was delicious.

  • Beef pho

    • aargle on April 15, 2015

      This was very tasty and quick to make. Great for weeknight meals. Definite repeat.

  • One-pot chocolate and raspberry cupcakes

    • GardenerKaren on July 02, 2016

      Lovely light chocolate cupcakes but I'd like more raspberry.

  • Market noodle salad

    • elfdee53 on January 18, 2017

      Use blanched carrots or broccoli or beans. I didn't use fresh coriander if not available.

  • Spiced fruit loaf

    • DulcieD on September 14, 2013

      Best eaten the next day as suggested in the recipe

  • Spiced chickpeas and haloumi

    • Lizzzzy on December 12, 2016

      Delicious and simple vegetarian one pot meal

  • Thai-style tofu fried rice

    • e_ballad on August 20, 2016

      Ummm, you'd need to be a sumo wrestler to be able to eat this between two people. We had two massive portions & one kidlet portion, with enough leftover for another THREE large portions. Liked this fried rice, didn't love it. Will probably incorporate the marinated tofu component into my Mum's recipe for fried rice though. Sorry Annabel, we were having an off day with your recipes today!

  • Pan-fried fish with speedy red pepper aioli

    • e_ballad on December 12, 2017

      This is a super-speedy midweek meal. The red pepper aioli was great, though entirely dependent on the quality of your store bought mayo. This will be on high rotation.

  • Slow-baked pork and apricots

    • e_ballad on October 27, 2016

      This was brilliant. So tasty & a doddle to make. Would probably work really well in a slow-cooker too.

  • Mini chicken tortilla cups

    • e_ballad on December 23, 2016

      A pre-Christmas disaster with the freezer malfunctioning led to this impromptu lunch to use up some partially defrosted chicken mince. And it was fantastic. Used sweet chilli sauce instead of chilli powder & threw in some grated zucchini & carrot (primarily to make more fridge space!). Incredibly quick & tasty.

  • Lemon coconut cake

    • holdentogether on March 18, 2016

      This is such a fabulous recipe, it's a big cake and everyone loves it. This one is a winner!

  • The ultimate beef fillet

    • lou_weez on February 11, 2017

      The first time I cooked this I followed the instructions only to be left with meat that was very raw. I like rare, but this was too rare for me. I found 35minutes for the first cook and 12 minutes for the second cook to be more to our liking. This is a delicious, $$$ and very easy meal.

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  • ISBN 10 0958266859
  • ISBN 13 9780958266857
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Oct 20 2011
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 320
  • Language English
  • Countries New Zealand
  • Publisher Annabel Langbein Books (a division of International Culinary Institute Press Ltd)

Publishers Text

If you loved Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook, you’ll adore this new collection of over 220 delicious recipes. Annabel invites you into her city home and shows how her free range cooking style can help you create a sustainable lifestyle wherever you live. With menus for every occasion, Annabel Langbein Free Range in the City is more than just a cookbook – it’s a recipe for living well in today’s busy world.

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