Two Fat Ladies: Obsessions by Clarissa Dickson Wright &  Jennifer Paterson


ISBN
9780733307928
Published
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
192
Dimensions
230 x 260 x 22mm

The Two Fat Ladies are a truly British institution. Restoring passion to cookery and outspoken humour to the world of food, they have brought joy to their millions of fans. In this, the fourth in their line of bestselling cookery books, completed before Jennifer became ill, they turn their undivided attention to the foods they most adore.

As witty, knowledgeable, frank and uncompromising as ever, the Two Fat Ladies take an entertaining and in-depth look at 34 of their favourite ingredients, discussing their history and revealing why foods like lobsters, broad beans and pheasants hold such a place in their hearts.

With over 150 inspiring recipes and with full-colour photographs, this book provides a unique insight into a cookery duo that have taken over our kitchens and our affections and revolutionised the way we think about food.
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The Two Fat Ladies are a truly British institution. Restoring passion to cookery and outspoken humour to the world of food, they have brought joy to their millions of fans. In this, the fourth in their line of bestselling cookery books, completed before Jennifer became ill, they turn their undivided attention to the foods they most adore.

As witty, knowledgeable, frank and uncompromising as ever, the Two Fat Ladies take an entertaining and in-depth look at 34 of their favourite ingredients, discussing their history and revealing why foods like lobsters, broad beans and pheasants hold such a place in their hearts.

With over 150 inspiring recipes and with full-colour photographs, this book provides a unique insight into a cookery duo that have taken over our kitchens and our affections and revolutionised the way we think about food.
ISBN:
9780733307928
Publication Date:
30 / 11 / 1999
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
230 x 260 x 22mm

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