From Publishers Weekly
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Almost all the meat based dishes require broiling. The food can be made fast but also tastes like it was made fast.Published 1 month ago by A. Day
Great cook book for small households with good taste for European-type food. Small portions, easy to cook, and fresh, fresh, fresh!Published 2 months ago by B A SCHUSTER
So beautifully written. Nigel's writing makes one salivate just by reading his books.
The recipes too as dead simple. Great read.
Really the recipe book I use the most. Any ingredient, look up, choose & cook! Fabulous.Published 13 months ago by Boswell
Super fun book about fast food that you have to prepare yourself! Mostly healthy recipes accompanied by very nice stories.Published 13 months ago by L. M.
I bought this book years ago and love the recipes. They are quick and easy, even for a novice cook. Read morePublished 14 months ago by claudia m
I bought this used in 2015, after really enjoying a copy of "EAT" that I borrowed from the library. But there were very few things I wanted to make from this book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by ABF
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 23 months ago by Curmudgeon in the Kitchen