AUSTRIA (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
Food connoisseurs and kitchen enthusiasts are in for a new, practical read as author Suzanne Brain releases her fresh and relevant cookbook, 5 Bases To Make Over 100 Amazing Meals. In this book, she prepares a considerable number of quick and easy-to-prepare recipes that will show the readers how to add variations to a base recipe.
5 Bases To Make Over 100 Amazing Meals is a useful cookbook that intends to make delicious cooking easy and in quick time, and shows how to add variations to a base recipe. There are few bases to which kitchen buffs can add lots of different variations. From white sauce base to meat base, mince base to biscuit base, cake base to pastry base, and to pudding base, this book guides the readers to an excellent, exciting and luscious cooking. It will help them work out a simple form of cuisine that ensures delectable taste without compromising the food’s nutritional value. Anybody’s meal will become more enjoyable and appetizing with the help of this handy book.
With the help of 5 Bases To Make Over 100 Amazing Meals, readers will learn how to start creating their own amazing cooking as Suzanne also offers practical tips on where to find and how to choose the right ingredients. Mastering these simple base dishes can set their imagination so they can design dishes that they and their family will love.
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5 Bases To Make Over 100 Amazing Meals * by Suzanne Brain
Publication Date: March 29, 2013
Picture Book; AU$44.99; 68 pages; 978-1-4797-6394-8
Picture Book Hardcover; AU$64.99; 68 pages; 978-1-4797-6395-5
Ebook; AU$3.99; 978-1-4797-6396-2
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