Leith's "Daily Mail" Cookbook

Leith's "Daily Mail" Cookbook

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LEITH'S DAILY MAIL COOKBOOK is a mouth-watering collection of recipes, written and selected by the prestigious Leith's School of Food and Wine, and featured regularly in their column in the DAILY MAIL. The recipes, tried and tested by various teachers at the school, are tailored to suit those who lead busy lives; while almost all of the dishes are made from fresh ingredients, some convenience foods are incorporated for those with little spare time. From Rogan Josh curry to lemon chicken, pesto-baked sweet potatoes to chocolate and hazelnut biscuits, these quick, easy and delicious dishes are suitable for supper or dinner parties. Whether you're cooking last-minute, or simply cooking for pleasure this collection, in paperback for the first time, will transform your kitchen into a culinary haven.show more

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 192 x 304 x 54mm | 181.44g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0747561478
  • 9780747561477

About Caroline Waldegrave

Leith's School of Food and Wine was established in 1975 to provide professional training for career cooks and short courses for amateurs. The school provides comprehensive theoretical and practical teaching, qualifying students to enter the highly competitive food and wine business and begin a rewarding career. There is a commitment to classical techniques and methods but with a fresh and modern approach. The guiding principal of the teaching at Leith's School is to impart enthusiasm for the trade and instil a lasting love of good food and wine in students.show more

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