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      Abigail Wheatley
    
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      Mark Ruffle
    
      Nancy Leschnikoff
    
      Non Figg

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; Abigail Wheatley ; Mark Ruffle (Illustratør) ; Nancy Leschnikoff (Illustratør) ; Non Figg (Illustratør)

A perfect book for beginner cooks of all ages, filled with over 150 jargon-free recipes to make. Illustrated step-by-step instructions show what to do at each stage and ensure flawless results. The spiral-binding allows the book to lie flat and the tabbed pages make the book easy to navigate, perfect for use in the kitchen. Les mer
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A perfect book for beginner cooks of all ages, filled with over 150 jargon-free recipes to make. Illustrated step-by-step instructions show what to do at each stage and ensure flawless results. The spiral-binding allows the book to lie flat and the tabbed pages make the book easy to navigate, perfect for use in the kitchen. Includes tips on preparing ingredients, ideas for adapting recipes and clear allergy advice.
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Forlag: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Innbinding: Spiral
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 192
ISBN: 9781409504979
Format: 25 x 22 cm
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«A straightforward book with sophisticated illustration, and a lot of everyday recipes for children or total beginners.»

The Independent

«Great for absolute beginners... the clearest, most user-friendly recipe book I’ve seen.»

Bookbabblers

«There are so many recipes you could probably just use this book for a whole year and not repeat dishes too many times. And you would certainly become a whizz in the kitchen.»

The Independent

«[A] great place to start for any wannabe young chefs.»

The Sun
Growing up in Australia and the UK, Abigail often found herself covered in paint or flour, or lost in a book. After a BA in English and a PhD on Medieval Castles, she combined her interests writing Usborne children's books - from cookery, craft and castles to science and unicorns.