Tuck in

Tuck in : Good Hearty Food Any Time

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If you have a hearty appetite then Ross Dobson's Tuck In is the new recipe book for you.Some food can only be eaten and enjoyed in a certain way. I mean, how do you eat a bacon and egg roll, a pulled pork sandwich or a fried schnitzel? This food isn't daintily nibbled at or elegantly picked apart. It is devoured, wolfed down and gobbled up.Ross Dobson's Tuck In is the perfect book for anybody with a hearty appetite that will only settle for hearty food. Here are approachable, informal and satisfying recipes you and your family and friends can really tuck in to. Covering Monday to Friday with dishes like Easy Jalfrezi and Penne rigate with bacon, cauliflower and gorgonzola; Recipes for the Barbeque like Chilli jam chicken with grilled greens and Lamb sticks With home-made labneh; Around-the-world dishes such as Lamb Khoresh and Bobotie; Recipes for a crowd like Parmesan, tequila and lime pork; and sweet desserts like Butterscotch pudding and Caramel and banana trifle, Ross has you covered for every situation. Tuck in!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 200 x 255 x 25.4mm | 889.04g
  • Millers Point, Australia
  • English
  • 1743368623
  • 9781743368626

About Ross Dobson

Ross Dobson's love affair with all things food began at a young age under the influence of his neighbours from Italy and Hong Kong. Ross had his own successful cafe and catering business before venturing into the world of food publishing. Ross is constantly searching for accessible, exotic ingredients and exploring different cooking techniques. His books include Fired Up, More Fired Up, Fired Up Vegetarian, Grillhouse, King of the Grill and Food plus Beer and they have been featured in numerous publications, including Telegraph Magazine, The Times Magazine, Sainsbury's, The Daily Express, The Sunday Mirror and The Independent.show more