AWW The New Classics - Australian Womens Weekly new softcover cookbook
THE NEW CLASSICS
An Australian Women's Weekly
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New softcover book, 120 pages, lots of beautiful colour photos.
Food we love today
What we eat has changed a lot over the past few years. New Classics are fresh, simple, usually (but not always) fast, and easy to cook. Frittata is a new classic, so is risotto. There are fish classics and vegetable classics, salad classics, meat classics and of course dessert & cake classics.
New Classics showcases the food of this generation - Thai beef salad, Moroccan lamb shanks, risotto, frittata - all of these were once rarities, but now they're simply the dishes we eat as a matter of course. We've been influenced by food from all over the world and made it our own.
This is the must-have book for every food enthusiast and includes:
a beautiful full-colour photograph accompanying each recipe
pages of step-by-step recipes explaining how to make the most spectacular dishes a success
preparation and cooking time for all dishes
an easy to follow glossary and photographs of lesser known ingredients
a facts and figures page which includes easy-to-follow conversions and oven temperatures
All measurements are in metric
and metric cups/spoons. A metric/imperial conversion chart and extensive glossary are included.
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The New Classics by The Australian Womens Weekly
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