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Cooking by Numbers : From eating alone to the more the merrier - inspired ideas for any occasion

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Cooking by Numbers takes as its original premise the fact that what we cook is governed by a whole set of specific circumstances, from who are we cooking for and how many people, to when can we shop and how much time to we have to cook. But most cookbooks seem to forget this simple fact. As the title suggests, the recipes are divided by how many people they serve. We wouldn't cook the same thing for a meal alone as we would for a dinner party of ten, so whether you're cooking for you and your partner, your family or your friends and neighbours as well, you'll find a recipe that's perfect for the occasion.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 134 x 215 x 18mm | 257g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • None
  • 0753512599
  • 9780753512593
  • 1,369,930

About Matthew Fort

Matthew Fort has been Food and Drink Editor of the Guardian since 1989. He won the 2005 Glenfiddich Award as Cookery Writer of the Year, and his book Eating Up Italy was the Guild of Food Writers' Book of the Year.show more

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What we cook is governed by a whole set of circumstances, not least the number of people we're cooking for. Rustling up a quick meal for one requires a different approach to impressing a dinner party of ten. A speedy supper for two will doubtless differ from a leisurely lunch for six. So why do so many cookbooks forget this simple fact? With Cooking by Numbers you'll never be short of ideas for any occasion. However many people you're planning to feed, however much time you have to prepare, and whatever your budget and level of culinary skill, the perfect menu is waiting to be discovered within these pages. Matthew Fort is the food and drink editor of the Guardian. He won the Glenfiddich Award as Cookery Writer of the Year in 2005, and has appeared on the BBC's The Great British Menu and UKTV Food's Market Kitchen.show more