Take One Tin (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
160
Utgivningsdatum
2020-01-23
Förlag
Kyle Books
Medarbetare
Mayson, Lizzie (photographs)
Dimensioner
216 x 159 x 21 mm
Vikt
558 g
ISBN
9780857836144
Take One Tin (inbunden)

Take One Tin

80 delicious meals from the storecupboard

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One of the The Independent's 10 best storecupboard cookbooks 'Take One Tin shows how simple it is to make tasty dinners from basic ingredients such as tinned lentils, sweetcorn and peaches.' Stylist 'The Sri Lankan mackerel curry is so delicious, warming and easy.' Daily Mail THE ESSENTIAL COOKBOOK DEDICATED TO COOKING WITH TINS. Quick, easy and environmentally friendly, tinned foods have many of the benefits of fresh, plus can also be used to create delicious, versatile meals without breaking the bank. With just a few ingredients from your storecupboard topped up with some fresh extras, you can create simple speedy suppers, tasty take-to-work lunches and even impressive dinner party desserts, including a hearty Flageolet Bean & Artichoke Gratin, a spicy Sri Lankan Mackerel Curry and a fruity Peach, Mango & Passion Fruit Pavlova. So, forget worrying about what to cook while sticking to your budget, these tin-tastic recipes are affordable, accessible and exciting! Save money, be creative and waste less food by looking in your cupboard instead of visiting the supermarket.
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Lola's eyes were opened to the world of cookbooks, food photography and styling when she did work experience with Jamie Oliver and his food team. After school, she went to Glasgow School of Art and studied Fine Art Photography, though food continued to weave through her work there. After graduating she decided to return to the world of food styling and started working in the kitchens of cafes and bakeries while doing work experience with food stylists. She then progressed to assisting full time and then to being a stylist herself, expanding along the way into recipe testing and then writing.