My rating: 4 ½ stars
Adrian is a Melbourne boy done good – check out La Luna and his show, “Secret Meat Business”. This book is a fantastic celebration of his Italian food life. It is hilariously male in many ways… read more
My rating: 4 ½ stars
Adrian is a Melbourne boy done good – check out La Luna and his show, “Secret Meat Business”. This book is a fantastic celebration of his Italian food life. It is hilariously male in many ways… read more »
Father’s Day in Oz is Sunday, September 4, 2011. Hurry along and order or buy one of these books now. I reckon they are absolutely perfect for Father’s Day. In no particular order…
Adam Liaw’s My Two Kitchens (reviewed here)
Maeve O’Meara Food Safari (reviewed here)
Manu Fidel’s My French Kitchen (reviewed here)
Adrian Richardson’s The Good Life (reviewed here)
Jamie Oliver’s 30 Min Meals (review forthcoming)
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My rating 4 1/2 stars
This book is old school i.e. it’s similar to books from the 60’s and 70’s in that there are hardly any pictures and there’s an overdose of words. (bye bye Gen Y, LOL, LMAO). I would have cooked more than one recipe but typing out one gave me carpel tunnel.
You have won a copy of “The Good Life – A year of cooking and eating with family and friends” by Adrian Richardson. Chef extraordinaire of La Luna Bistro and tv host of “Secret Meat Business” on the Lifestyle channel.
I’ll be reviewing this book shortly – making the footy pies. I’d love to have a bake-off with you!
Thanks to Pan MacMillan Australia for the book.
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“The Good Life is about cooking and eating well with friends and family; getting back to basics and making things from scratch” RRP $59.95
My rating: 2 stars
I saw country singer Trisha Yearwood on The View, spruiking her new book
Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood: Stories and Recipes to Share with Family and Friends
The lovely ladies at the View raved about her Southern style cooking and loved Trisha’s version of “crack” – a sweet and salty snack so good you can’t stop eating it. The recipe for Sweet and Saltines is here.