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How To Make Liver & Onions Gourmet Style (Authentic English Recipes Book 4) Kindle Edition

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Length: 29 pages Series: Authentic English Recipes (Book 4)

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  • - ridiculously simple, and delicious! -Daniel Wiggs
  • It was fabulous! - Kevin C. Myers "The Whimpster" (Dallas, TX)

From the Author

The other books in this series are about recipes for dishes my mother made when I was growing up. I've written about how they were made then and how I still make them today.

Truth is my mothers version of a liver dinner was not very good. Not bad, just ordinary. After I left home money was tight and liver was cheap, I did a lot of experimenting.

The result is a complete meal that you can be proud to serve family and friends. Please enjoy it.

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Geoff Wells was born in a small town outside London, England just after the 2nd World War. He left home at sixteen and emigrated to Canada, settling in the Toronto area of Southern Ontario. He had many jobs and interests early in life from real estate sales to helicopter pilot to restaurant owner. When the personal computer era began he finally settled down and became a computer programmer until retirement. He has been married to his wife Vicky since 1988 and they split their time between homes in Canada and the island of Eleuthera in The Bahamas.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. C. Wiggs on January 15, 2012
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..and they are:

1 - I am English
2 - I trained as a chef at Westminster College (some bloke called Jamie Oliver studied there too)
3 - I loathe offal...or thought I did!

At the ripe old age of 41, I'm rediscovering plenty of food that I have carefully avoided for years, and liver was pretty high up on the 'won't touch with a barge pole' list.

Grabbed this book during one of Amazon's promotions, as the title intrigued me.

And this evening I took the plunge, after a visit to the local farmer's market and whipped up the most extraordinary liver, bacon, onions, spinach and mash - ridiculously simple, and delicious!

Couldn't convince the wife to try it, but my kids both tucked in. (ok, so I didn't explain exactly what they were eating, but hey!)

Overall an incisive, inspiring, easy to follow English cookbook - I'll certainly be trying more in the author's series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By otis on April 25, 2012
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The liver and onions we grew up with was not a Gourmet dish. The best Dinner was: Liver Onions rice and gravy with fresh home made rolls.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Henderson on February 23, 2012
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I am now inspired to make my own liver and onions. Another charming cookbook in the Authentic English Recipes series. My mother would "bake" liver and onions once a month when I was growing up and just as the author warns not to do, we had shoe leather. My mother loved it, but I couldn't figure out how - it was dry. Then when I was having my first child, my craving was for liver and onions at a restaurant we would go every Friday evening and I ordered it rare (otherwise it was shoe leather!). Now I can make my own - my mouth is watering as I write this. I like the way the author has provided step-by-step instructions for the timing of the preparation of the meal, so everything is ready and hot at once. Yum - won't be eating shoe leather with this book!
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I enjoyed the book. Going to try the recipe today! To see how good it is. Thank you for sharing.
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By Sarah O'Donnell on February 23, 2014
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The gourmet meal laid out in this book was excellent. My husband is a big fan of liver and onions and said this was the best he has ever eaten. As the cook, I have to say the instructions were informative and very easy to follow.
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By Annalynne Thorne on February 21, 2012
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A friend asked me to grab this cookbook on Liver and onions as she loves the stuff. Myself, I have never tried it and haven't had the interest until now.
The authors recipe for this Liver meal sounds delicious so I will definitely be giving it a try. Besides the recipe sounding great, the book is laid out very nice
and instructions very easy to understand which is a big plus.
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