Allyson Gofton's After Work Cookbook PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: Allyson Gofton's After Work Cookbook
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  • Publisher: Penguin Books (NZ)
  • Data Published: 31 March 2008
  • ISBN: 0143008951
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  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 17MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 192 pages
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Allyson Gofton's After Work Cookbook is for busy people who enjoy creating delicious meals, but don't have hours to spend in the kitchen. Full of versatile ideas to minimise last-minute cooking panic, the After Work Cookbook will make every night's meal a pleasure. A compilation of Allyson's celebrated recipes from the Next magazine, plus new recipes and photographs. An introductory chapter lists essential items to keep in your cupboard, fridge and freezer to ensure you always have a nutritious meal at hand even after the most hectic day at work. This is followed by chapters on beef and lamb, chicken, fish, pork, almost vegetarian and dessert. Each of the 90 recipes is easy-to-follow, quick to prepare and full of flavour while still being healthy.

About Allyson Gofton

Allyson Gofton has been cooking for New Zealanders for over 20 years. During her varied career she has worked at the NZ Woman's Weekly's Test Kitchens, assisted Graham Kerr both here and abroad, and became the Principal of Epicurean Workshop and Chief Executive Officer of the New Zealand Nutrition Foundation. She has also been Food Editor for Next magazine since its inception in March 1991. Allyson has authored 17 cookbooks.

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