Do you find most cookery books are like holiday brochures-full of glossy pictured showing perfect holidays and never fail recipes which often do not live up to their promises and sometimes turn out to be downright disasters? Are you irritated by fancy recipes telling you to decorate our food with rose petals and buy champagne just to make soup? If so this book, written especially for men who can?t cook with women in mind who don?t like to, is just right for you. Packed with down to earth advice and real recipes for use in the real world using readily available ingredients it is a different type of cook book. Recipes are viewed with a critical eye, there are no pretty pictures but saucy cartoons whose aim is to lure you into the kitchen. Apart from tickling your fancy this small book with its 25 starters, main courses and desserts enable you to provide a different 3 course meal every day for the next 42 years!! What more do you want?
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