The Vicar's Wife's Cook Book

The Vicar's Wife's Cook BookThe First Cookery Book From Elisa Beynon, Winner Of A Competition To Find A New And Original Voice In Food Writing, Which Was Run In 2007 By Fourth Estate And Waitrose Food Illustrated The Judges Were Impressed By Her Emphasis On Creating Nutritious, Affordable, Practical Meals For Guests And A Young Family Alike.

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  • Hardcover
  • 330 pages
  • The Vicar's Wife's Cook Book
  • Elisa Beynon
  • English
  • 05 April 2017
  • 9780007276127

12 thoughts on “The Vicar's Wife's Cook Book

  1. says:

    Have wanted to read this for years and finally found a copy at the library I tend to read cookbooks like novels ie from start to finish and at first I wasn t sure about this one but as I read on I warmed and to the writer, her personality and sense of humour And the recipes sounded delicious My only complaint really is that I would have liked photographs of the food there were only two sections of photographs and only a small selection of the recipes had photos but also of the author, in the Jamie Nigella style that gives you a little window into their kitchens and their lives But maybe that s ...

  2. says:

    I picked it up at the library, and bought it in short order I like her conversational style So far my favorite recipes are Roasted Fennel and Leeks p.27 and Roasted Carrots and Thyme p.19

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