From Publishers Weekly
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Nigel Slater's writing is always a pleasure to read and his recipes are inspiring.
The thing I like about this book is that Nigel's been doing that for longer than me: he has more suggestions, and some really interesting ones.
Still uses lots of fresh food and most recipes can have more vegetables by simply adding a salad.
This book, a best-seller in Britain, is printed on inexpensive paper and lacks the lavish illustrations of most of Slater's books. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Curmudgeon in the Kitchen
Nigel never lets you down this was an appreciated gift immediately in use!Published 6 months ago by V.A.S.
We have an old edition of this book (1993) and have had it and used it for some years. I love Nigel's superior use of herbs in cooking throughout his recipes in this book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by silver elves
This is a well organized cookbook with a lot of delicious recipes. I am very happy with this book. I would recommendedPublished 16 months ago by Zari Rahimi
I really liked the simplicity of Nigel's approach .. The fee ingredients required for most recipes and his lists of quick orPublished 16 months ago by jh
Nigel Slater's writing is always a pleasure to read and his recipes are inspiring. This book is no exception, full of splendid ideas for delicious food without too much fuss or... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Deborah Bishop
Great short cuts, tasty meals and really quick. Still uses lots of fresh food and most recipes can have more vegetables by simply adding a salad. Thanks Nigel!Published 18 months ago by Tania Finn Angelo