Woman's Weekly Seasonal Cookbook 2014Posted on: 17 September 2013 by Judi martin
Judi Martin finds great value and an excellent selection of recipes from the kitchens at Woman's Weekly.
The Woman's Weekly Seasonal Cookbook 2014 contains an excellent selection of almost 120 very appealing recipes from the experts in the Woman's Weekly kitchen.
Being a seasonal book, the sections are laid out in Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. These are then clearly sub-divided into Starters, Main Courses, Desserts and Teatime Treats.
Of course there is no need whatsoever to stick to the specific season when choosing what you'll make, but I always find them useful to remind me of what ingredients are available at the different times of the year.
All the recipes have a helpful picture accompanying them, they vary in the numbers they serve, and a calorie count and other nutritional information per portion is given.
There are lots of helpful tips given along the way, with alternative ingredients being suggested, or hinds on methods and utensils to use.
I've already made the Slow-roasted Rhubarb with rhubarb from my garden, and decided the Toss-in Fruit Cake looks suitable for me to attempt for some ladies coming round later this week, and I'm delighted to see an Autumn Pudding version of the traditional Summer Pudding, as I love to make this attractive ruby-red sweet all year round!
At £9.99 this well put together seasonal cookery book is great value and will be a well used recipe file in any kitchen.
Published by Pedigree Books, August 1st, 2013, ISBN-13: 978-1-90815-216-9
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