This book tells you how to boil an egg - and how to poach, scramble or fry it. It tells you: how to prepare vegetables; about different meats; how to get all the elements of a meal ready to eat at the same time. It takes you from the very basic basics right through to the mysteries of 'Sunday lunch'....
|Title||:||How to Boil an Egg: And 184 Other Simple Recipes for One|
|Number of Pages||:||390 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
How to Boil an Egg: And 184 Other Simple Recipes for One Reviews
The best starter cookbook around for anyone who is starting to fend for themselves. It takes the reader through the basics of cookery, explaining ingredients along the way. It breaks down recipes into manageable step by step processes and proved invaluable when I was first learning to cook. The recipe portions are adjusted to make meals for one, which is brilliant when freezer space is limited, or you just want to cook one meal. Recipes sizes can easily be adjusted to increase the quantity. Highly recommended.
The cookbook mother packed me off to University with over 20 years ago. Easy to read, easy to understand, easy to follow - exactly what the new student with no clue of one end of a cooker from the other needs but a text only version interspersed with occasional cartoon headliner. A version with photos of steps during the prep might have been even better.
If I didn't have this book when I moved into my own house I'd have starved! Anyone who's never cooked before needs this book, it covers all the basics.....
"Borrowed" from a relative, who doesn't cook much. Very useful as a beginner.