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Recognising A Recipe
I was reading one of my many cook books today, as I do. I have literally hundreds of them, and still buy more. Of course, you don’t actually need cook books at all anymore if you have access to the internet. There are millions of recipes of all kinds available there. Many, many more than could ever be needed in any lifetime.
I do love them though. I love all kinds of books, and have now decided that my love of books in general, and cook books in particular is going to continue to be indulged.
I often take a cook book down of the shelf and either flick through it, looking at various recipes that catch my eye, or read it from front to back, like a novel.
Today, I was reading Nigella Lawson’s lovely book, Kitchen. I love her ideas and flavour combinations. When I put the link in to show you the book, the price was showing as £18, but there were also options to buy second hand from 50p
As I was noting down the odd recipe to make, I suddenly stopped, because there, on the page, was CFR’s Chocolate Nut Cheesecake! I was really surprised to see it as I thought the CFR team had invented that!
It had, of course, been suitably frugalised 🙂
Why Not Try....?
cheap family recipes feed a family of 4 for (just over) £100 a monthVegan Tomato & Basil SoupThis fresh and delicious tomato and basil soup is offered as an alternative option in the Celebration Week Planner, but can be enjoyed at any time, and as it uses tinned...
cheap family recipes feed a family of 4 for (just over) £100 a monthCreamy Parsnip SoupCreamy parsnip soup, such a classic Christmas flavour. Easy to make, warming and comforting How Do I Make Creamy Parsnip Soup? This recipe uses frozen parsnips. If you prefer to use...
cheap family recipes feed a family of 4 for (just over) £100 a monthTomato RelishIf you are following the vegan monthly meal plan, this tangy homemade tomato relish is used as a condiment whenever you would like to use it. There is no particular use specified in the...
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