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@Download E-pub ⚢ Simple: Effortless Food, Big Flavours È No one is better than Diana Henry at turning the everyday into something special Here is a superb collection of recipes that you can rustle up with absolutely no fuss, but which will knock your socks off with their flavourPeppered throughout the book are ingenious ideas such as no hassle starters and sauces that will lift any dish From Turkish Pasta with Caramelized Onions, Yoghurt and Dill and Paprika baked Pork Chops with Beetroot, Caraway and Sour Cream to Parmesan roasted Cauliflower with Garlic and Thyme, Diana takes the kind of ingredients we are most likely to find in our cupboard and fridge or be able to pick up on the way home from work and provides recipes that will become your friends for life I just adore Diana Henrys cook books Even should I never cook any of her recipes I just love to curl up with her recipes, look at the pictures Her joy for the ingredients, her little stories makes this a very enjoyable read Like a very good coffee table book which is read though over and over again And once in a while inspired the odd dinner idea. Everything cookbook should be.Gorgeous photos, tons of delicious recipes, clear and concise directions, creative, and personal stories and tidbits throughout Like having a friend in the kitchen This is a book you keep out on the coffee table it s so beautiful Everything from eggs to fish, toast to roast Plus sweets You re bound to fall join love with this book.I especially liked the whole page story in the toast chapter that talked about postpartum depression Not an easy subject, especiall Everything cookbook should be.Gorgeous photos, tons of delicious recipes, clear and concise directions, creative, and personal stories and tidbits throughout Like having a friend in the kitchen This is a book you keep out on the coffee table it s so beautiful Everything from eggs to fish, toast to roast Plus sweets You re bound to fall join love with this book.I especially liked the whole page story in the toast chapter that talked about postpartum depression Not an easy subject, especially in a cookbook, but she did it flawlessly Describing the delicious comfort of toast and all its Crunchy goodness Don t be sceptical about a toast chapter either the toppings are amazing Toast with crab cilantro chili mayo, Mumbai toastie sold as street food in Mumbai , toasted brioche with boozy mushrooms, and spiced avocado with black beans, sour cream cheese to name a few.With lovely little stories and descriptions of the recipes this is cookbook you can read like a story book.Worth owning.Happy Reading Endlessly deliciousBeautifully written and packed with recipes that look amazing I will add to this review on GoodReads once I ve made some of them. I bought this beautiful book at a highly discounted price at a big Tesco s The cover and photos are very nice But I must say I am a bit disappointed The book was in the right place at Tesco s it offers very good recipes with all the ingredients and spices from all over the world available in the incredibly well stashed UK supermarkets It is also really a good book for your average working parent wanting to cook good, healthy, fun, diverse stuff for demanding kids, and this as quick and effi I bought this beautiful book at a highly discounted price at a big Tesco s The cover and photos are very nice But I must say I am a bit disappointed The book was in the right place at Tesco s it offers very good recipes with all the ingredients and spices from all over the world available in the incredibly well stashed UK supermarkets It is also really a good book for your average working parent wanting to cook good, healthy, fun, diverse stuff for demanding kids, and this as quick and efficiently as possible while not having much time to go shopping elswhere than once a week at Tesco s..But the book didn t have the wow effect on me There is something a bit inauthentic in Henry s cooking style Those ten roasts in a row all prepared in the very same way but only the spice paste marinade changing one day spanish style, another day Indian, the other something with Marsala in it etc I got bored Call me pedantic if you like