An Australian classic, revised and fully updated for the 21st century. No home should be without a PWMU Cookbook.
The PWMU COOKBOOK has a unique place in Australian kitchens. First published in 1904 and revised and reprinted many times since, it has sold well over 500,000 copies. This fifth edition contains over 150 recipes ranging from tried-and-true classics to more contemporary dishes with an international flavour, reflecting our multicultural population.
Need a never-fail recipe for scones or sponge cake? A foolproof method for making hollandaise sauce or cooking a roast? Want to try your hand at Mongolian lamb or mee goreng? They're all in the PWMU COOKBOOK, along with the general guidance and handy hints that make it both a reliable companion and an essential tool for all cooks, whether beginners or experienced.
The PWMU Cookbook Committee is a joint committee of the Presbyterian and Uniting Churches and is based in Melbourne.