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Listography – Top 5 cook books

by admin on March 12, 2012

This week’s listography from the lovely Kate @ Katestakes5 is Top 5 cook books.

I used to hate cooking with a passion (Mr C was fully aware of this when we got married!). I’m not a patient person so I found the idea of slaving over a hot oven after a long day in the office extremely boring and a complete waste of time. Over the years I did start doing a bit more cooking but I still only like quick recipes that are easy to follow. I went through phases, one week I’d cook every night (much to Mr C’s delight) then I wouldn’t do anything for month, although I did exhibit some very strange behaviour when Miss C was a baby, I cooked all her meals. In fact, much to Mr C’s disgust, she would get delicious, fresh organic 3-course meals, whereas we used to have M&S ready meals. Now, I live in Singapore and the best thing is I don’t have to cook as I am lucky enough to have a live-in maid.

My cook book shelf is rather thin on the ground and I imagine my list will be very different to everyone else’s, but these are my 5 favourite (not all proper) cook books:

Gary Rhodes – Keeping It Simple

Keeping it Simple [click to continue…]

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