What To Cook & How To Cook It: Fresh & Easy

What To Cook & How To Cook It: Fresh & Easy

Cooking simple, tasty dishes using fresh and wholesome ingredients has never been easier.

In What to Cook and How to Cook it: Fresh & Easy, Jane Hornby presents a mouthwatering collection of 75 easy, step-by-step recipes for simple dishes that make the best of fresh, seasonal vegetables and fruit, meat and fish.

Recipes range from Simple Tomato Gazpacho and a bright Vietnamese Summer Salad to Grilled Asparagus with Poached Egg, Parmesan and Balsamic Butter and a Spectacular Mango & Raspberry Pavlova. Each is illustrated with a clear photograph of the ingredients and step‐by‐step photographs explaining every stage of the recipe. The book also includes a handy guide to shopping for and selecting the best seasonal ingredients, as well as suggested menus for every occasion.

Jane’s friendly, accessible style shows how straightforward it can be to cook fresh, simple meals from scratch, whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced cook looking for new inspiration.

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“. . .gorgeous. . .The pictures are as straightforward and appetizing as can be.” – The Wall Street Journal

“You’ll want to add this cookbook to your collection.” – The Huffington Post

“[Hornby’s] genius recipes are perfect for everything from beach parties to elegant dinners, and they are so simple.” – Glamour

“Intended for beginners, these speedy, concise recipes for springs and summer classics will have you quickly forgetting your winter blues.” – Library Journal

“[Hornby’s] styling and charming watercolors now tackle picnics, food for friends and barbecues alike. . .Finally, someone has made a cinnamon shortbread and strawberry-rhubarb fool foolproof.” – C Magazine

“. . .a large selection of creative, crowd-pleasing recipes. . .Hornby’s recipes are simple to tackle, and beginner cooks will benefit from the photos that accompany each recipe in true mise en place style.” – Clean Eating

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