Have you a favourite cookery book?


Apples for Jam is a gorgeous cookery book. I love reading it, even if I don;t make anything. Lovely pictures and happy reading. It is a gorgeous book.

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  1. i have yet to get this lovely book...i can't wait. so many have recommended it :)

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  2. I love the cover with those red shoes. I haven't seen this book yet. www.lindamathieu.com

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  3. My daughter has got that book. I love The Kitchen Diaries by Nigel Slater. I fell in love with it when I worked in teh bookshop because it was just such a glorious book to handle.

    Anne, I haven't been to visit for ages because when I used to come, you were never blogging. I can start visiting properly now!

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  4. Hi Liz thank you so much for visiting again. I am not a normal blogger :-) I either am full on or not at all, just call in whenever you feel like it.

    Nigel Slater is an awesome chef, do you watch any of his shows?

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  5. I've never seen this book before. Is it only available in England?

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  6. Hi Leslie. Have a look on Amazon.com, it is on there. :-).

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  7. Do you know I don't watch any cooking shows these days. I used to love Delia - back in the good old days when it was just her and who was that man? - the Galloping Gourmet! But there are so many these days.

    I loved Nigel Slater's Toast autobiography and I'm just starting to read - oh, it's upstairs - the book about English eccentricities in food.

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  8. Hi ~CG and Linda...thanks for calling in..I hope that you both get to see this book, it is beautiful.

    Liz, try and watch Nigel Slaters shows, I think he is brilliant on TV.

    WL..Yes I think this is your type of book, she also has Falling Cloudberries and Twelve: A Tuscan Cookbook.

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