From Pasta to Pancakes PDF ePub eBook

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From Pasta to Pancakes free pdf As a new generation of school-leavers leaves home, either to university or to seek their fortunes in the outside world, many face the daunting prospect of cooking for themselves for the first time. Rather than resort to a diet of expensive takeaways or anything-on-toast, this great book by Tiffany Goodall shows first-timers how to cook everything they might want to eat. Tiffany wrote From Pasta to Pancakes with a student budget firmly in mind. It covers key basic skills such as how to cook pasta, pizza, pancakes, couscous, rice, or bake a jacket potato, each with many variations, and moves on to explain how to whip up delicious breakfasts, filling lunches, proper dinners and delicious treats. With recipes ranging from Minestrone Soup to perfect Roast Chicken, from Spanish Omelette to Thai Green Curry, and from Chocolate Brownies to Vodka Watermelon, this book will set young adults up for a lifetime of enjoyable cooking. With its brilliant cartoon-strip design, more than 750 photographs and over 90 recipes, From Pasta to Pancakes makes it easy to learn to cook. It explains the things other books assume you know, and crucially, includes photographs to illustrate every step. So, if you need to know what simmering water really looks like, whether your sauce is the right consistency, or how to check whether chicken is properly cooked, you'll find clear instructions next to some handy pictures. Designed with a comic strip twist, and with a photograph of every key step, From Pasta to Pancakes is packed with recipes, colour and helpful tips. It is an ideal partner for those taking their first steps in the kitchen.

About Tiffany Goodall

Tiffany Goodall graduated top of her class from the famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork, Ireland. She went on to university in Newcastle where she encouraged fellow students to ditch takeaways and take up their pans. Young, glamorous and passionate about teaching young people about home-cooked, simple food Tiffany has since made appearances on TV and drawn in crowds demonstrating at the BBC Good Food Show, C4's Taste Festival in London and the Ideal Home Exhibition.

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Author : Tiffany Goodall
Publisher : Quadrille Publishing Ltd
Data Published : 05 July 2012
ISBN : 1849492131
EAN : 9781849492133
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 160 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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