By Margaret Fulton
A revised and up-to-date version of a vintage cookbook with all new photographs
Margaret Fulton is credited because the girl who taught Australians the way to cook dinner with the 1st version of her respected quantity, released in 1968. Her kitchen knowledge fills this ebook, with suggestions and tips on each web page and recipes and methods taught along with her trademark readability and ability. The recipes are coded in line with their measure of trouble and the time it takes too cook dinner the dishes in order that chefs could make a menu to check their services or that matches with their schedules. From Onion and Olive Tart to Coq au Vin and from Bananas with Rum to Sangria, rookies and gourmands alike will locate whatever to fit their tastes during this tantalizing assortment.
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