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Neven Maguires Home Economics For Life

Binding: Hardback
ISBN: 9780717180790
Quick overview Can't cook? Won't cook? This fantastic new cooking bible presents Neven's selection of the only 50 recipes you need to know - and how to make them right.
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Get ready to go back to school with Neven Maguire and discover Home Economics for Life! Can't cook? Won't cook? This fantastic new cooking bible presents Neven's selection of the only 50 recipes you need to know - and how to make them right. You'll discover how to make a good tomato sauce, how to dress a salad, roasting techniques and how to make stock from the bones, the art of brown bread, the trick for perfect scrambled eggs, formulas for sauces and soups and easy-to-make cakes and treats. Every recipe is broken down into easy-to-follow step-by-step bites, ready for you to master. So pledge to learn one recipe a week and by this time next year, you'll be certified in Home Economics for Life!

Author Biography: Neven Maguire is Ireland's favourite chef and has sold over 100,000 cookbooks in Ireland. This is his 17th cookbook. A regular on RTE television, he lives in Blacklion, Co. Cavan with his wife Amelda and young twins Connor and Lucia, where he runs the perennially popular MacNean House & Restaurant, and the Neven Maguire Cookery School.

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