Christmas - Margaret Fulton New softcover cookbook
by MARGARET FULTON with Suzanne Gibbs
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New softcover book. 336 pages, lots of beautiful colour photos with delicious recipes and delightful Victorian Christmas illustrations throughout. First published 2008, this edition published 2010
A collection of Christmas favourites
From fun filled celebrations with friends to sumptuous meals shared with loved ones, Christmas festivities are all about food.
To help you enjoy the pleasures of the season, Australia's well-loved cookery writer Margaret Fulton has created this delightful and comprehensive book of Christmas recipes.
Spread your Christmas table with indulgent traditional favourites or fresh summertime flavours. Christmas is an essential companion for a memorable and joyful festive season.
Recipes include Red Currant Glazed Roast Goose, Barbecued King Prawns, Rich Christmas Pudding and Coconut and Mascarpone Pavlova Log.
- Starters & finger foods
- Mains - turkey, duck, chicken, goose & quail, ham & pork, beef, fish & seafood
- Puddings & other desserts
- Christmas treats
- Sauces, dressings & accompaniments
- Menu ideas
Margaret Fulton Christmas is an Australian publication. Measurements are in metric & metric cup and spoon. Includes a chapter on my own favourite part of Christmas food - The Leftovers! Plus a huge chapter on Christmas Treats.
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About the author
Margaret Isobel Fulton (born 1924 in Nairn, Scotland) is an Australian food and cooking 'guru', writer, journalist, author, commentator and National Living Treasure. Margaret Fulton was the first and greatest of the Australian celebrity cookery writers. As the world opened up again after World War Two and a wider range of foodstuffs began to arrive in the shops, it was Margaret Fulton, through her magazine columns and later her cookbooks, who showed the nation how to cook in new and exciting ways. It was largely through her inspiration and example that younger Australians realised the pleasurable and creative possibilities of fine dining. Our national cuisine was transformed.
Fulton's book, The Margaret Fulton Cookbook , was published by Paul Hamlyn in 1968 and was an instant success. Over 1.5 million copies have sold and it remains in print. Her early recipes encouraged Australian housewives to vary the Australian staples of 'meat and three vegetables" and to be creative with food. She 'discovered' food from exotic places such as Spain, Italy, India and China and as Cookery Editor, 'brought these into Australian homes through her articles in the Women's Day magazine'.
Fulton realised that chefs who did television shows tended to lose their audience. Accordingly, she remained a writer who regularly appeared as a 'guest' on various TV shows. For Margaret Fulton, the great pleasure of cookery writing was to bring good food into ordinary homes. She was never interested in writing for an elite. Instead she concentrated on 'bringing magic' into everyday living through better everyday eating.
A passionate traveller, she is credited with being one of the first people to bring international cuisine to the Australian table. She has been honoured with the OAM (Medal of the Order of Australia) and is one of the National Trust's 100 National Living Treasures. In 2006 she was nominated one of The Bulletin's 100 Most Influential Australians
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