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Homemade Takeaways

Homemade Takeaways

How to Make Your Favourite Takeaway . . . But Better

  • Author: Rob Allison
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 1409154645
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 240
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From burger joints to pizza parlours, our towns and cities sparkle with the neon lights of takeaways. But among the deliciously exotic aromas of frying noodles, rotating meats and simmering spices, linger the toxic combinations of salt and chemicals that cause heart burn, obesity and diabetes. HOMEMADE TAKEAWAYS injects the nation's favourite takeaways with new inspiration by recreating them using fresh produce and proper cooking methods. This is by no means a health book or a diet book, but by simply being able to control the quality of ingredients you use to cook the recipes, this book will make infinitely healthier food than you will find in any takeaway. Rob Allison uses his wealth of experience in the food industry to create mouth-watering and flavoursome food for any occasion.

The Family Kitchen

The Family Kitchen

A cookbook for all occasions

  • Author: Rob Kirby
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
  • ISBN: 1472935519
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 224
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Rob Kirby invites you to share his best home cooking in this lovingly compiled collection of over 120 recipes for family life. With favourites for mum, dad and the kids to enjoy, there are cracking culinary delights for every occasion, whether you choose to be nutritious or naughty! When working 9–5, take comfort from great ideas for brekkie on the hoof, lunchbox treats, 20-minute lunch breaks, frugal suppers and quick evening specials. At weekend chill-out pace, find foodie plans for schmoozy mornings, Saturday night treats, tempting 'takeaways' to recreate, and Sunday brunch. While away and at play, trust hassle-free suggestions for perfect picnics and train journey tapas, and share Rob's creative ideas for feasts at BBQs and glam parties. Treasure baking time together and follow easy steps to make delicious cakes and chewy sweets over and over again. A fantastic foreword by Gregg Wallace and artistic and sumptuous photography completes the celebration of quality cooking. This warm and witty medley of reliable family recipes will always have you reaching for more when you cook for the people you love the most. Which fun dish will you try first? Eyes to the Sky Luxe Fish Pie, The Ultimate Velvet Macaroni Cheese, Perfect Pot Noodle, Saturday X-Factor Steak Sandwich, All in the Pan Pizza, Shake It Up Salad, Willy Wonka's Garden Box or Banging Banoffee and Pecan Shots? Following his award-winning book, Cook With Kids, this brilliant treasury honours Rob Kirby's passion for great food at the heart of the home – the family kitchen.

Homemade Takeaway

Homemade Takeaway

  • Author: Julie Goodwin
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 0733633900
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 288
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Let Julie Goodwin, Australia's favourite family cook, show you how to make your favourite takeaway dishes - at home, from scratch! Cheaper, healthier, and even faster than waiting for your order! Feel good about enjoying takeaway and save money at the same time. Julie Goodwin is back with Homemade Takeaway. In this beautiful new fully illustrated cookbook, Julie will teach you how to make all your best loved takeaway meals. Whether it's the local bakery or the corner store, chicken shop or your favourite Thai or Indian takeaway, Julie has it covered. There's no need to go out for comfort food or family favourites like Chilli Chicken with Cashews or Lamb Shank Pie. They're all here - over 150 recipes that use fresh, seasonal produce to bring you the takeaway food you love. Feel good about enjoying takeaway with the family, and save money at the same time with Homemade Takeaway.

Good Housekeeping Super Student Grub

Good Housekeeping Super Student Grub

First-class recipes for savvy students

  • Author: Good Housekeeping
  • Publisher: Pavilion Books
  • ISBN: 1910904481
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 240
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Starting university does not mean you need to starve! Super Student Grub is packed with easy peasy ideas for delicious recipes that won’t break your student bank account. Whether you need a speedy breakfast to get you through back-to-back lectures, a brain-boosting snack to help you meet your dissertation deadline or a pick-me-up after the pub, you’ll find everything you need to save money, eat well and feed your hungry housemates. With first-time cooks in mind, each recipe has a photograph alongside clear, easy-to-follow instructions so you can rustle up mouth-watering meals with minimal fuss. You’ll find all your favourite recipes from family classics to homemade takeaways. Packed with tips, nutritional values and handy advice on stocking up your kitchen cupboards, Super Student Grub is the only student cookbook you’ll ever need.

The Vicar's Wife

The Vicar's Wife

  • Author: Katharine Swartz
  • Publisher: Lion Fiction
  • ISBN: 1782640711
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 336
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Jane Hatton and her British husband Andrew relocate from New York City to a small village on the Cumbrian coast. Jane has been city-based and career-driven but when her fourteen year old daughter Natalie falls in with the wrong crowd at school in Manhattan, she and Andrew decide to try country living. However Jane has trouble getting used to the silence and solitude of a remote village. Natalie hates her new school, and eleven-year-old Ben struggles academically. Only eight-year-old Merrie enjoys country life. Has Jane made a horrible mistake? The Hattons have bought the old vicarage in the village. When Jane finds a scrap of shopping list, she grows curious about Alice, the vicar

Jessica Daniel series: Locked In/Vigilante/The Woman in Black -

Jessica Daniel series: Locked In/Vigilante/The Woman in Black -

  • Author: Kerry Wilkinson
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 1447235363
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 900
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This Jessica Daniel series eBook bundle contains the first three titles in this heart-stopping crime series from Kindle bestselling author, Kerry Wilkinson. Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel works for the Greater Manchester Police force. Apart from fighting the daily battle against the northern weather, she also has to deal with exasperating colleagues, a hopeless best friend and managing her ever-growing floordrobe. And that's before she even gets started on some of Manchester's more challenging crimes . . . Locked In: When a body is found in a locked house Jessica has little in the way of leads. With a journalist that seems to know more about the case than she does, Jessica is already feeling the pressure to not only discover the killer but also work out how they got in and out of the house. Then a second body shows up in identical circumstances to the first . . . Vigilante: The national media can't believe their luck with an apparent vigilante on the streets, while Jessica's new boss seems grateful someone else is doing their job for them as the victims are all hardened criminals themselves. The case becomes more complex when forensics matches blood from the apparent killer to a man already behind bars. The Woman in Black: A severed hand is found in the centre of Manchester. With a lengthy missing persons list and frantic families wondering if the body part could belong to their absent loved ones, Jessica has plenty to deal with - and that's before more sinister evidence starts to emerge. The only clue is CCTV footage of a woman in a long black robe placing the hand carefully on the ground but who is the mysterious woman in black?

Marketing in New Zealand

Marketing in New Zealand

  • Author: Alyse Boaz
  • Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 9780582547797
  • Category: Marketing
  • Page: 264
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Samoa

Samoa

Western & American Samoa : a Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9780864422255
  • Category: Travel
  • Page: 202
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Second edition of a guide first published in 1990. Provides historical and cultural information on both American and independent Western Samoa, together with details on accommodation, outdoor activities and things to see and do. Includes a Samoan language section, 23 maps and an index.

Soap Making for Beginners

Soap Making for Beginners

Proven Secrets to Making All Natural Homemade Soaps That Will Rejuvenate, Refresh and Revitalize Your Skin

  • Author: Jessica Jacobs
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • ISBN: 9781502790910
  • Category: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Page: 72
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DISCOVER:: Soap Making for Beginners: Proven Secrets to Making All Natural Homemade Soaps that Will Rejuvenate, Refresh and Revitalize Your Skin What makes this book different from other books available on this topic? This book has a number of things that make it stand out from the crowd. Here are a few of the highlights: 1. Key Takeaways: This section allows you to briefly go back and summarize what this book is about at anytime -- you don't have to re-read the entire book again. 2. Resources List: This well researched list provides you with a number of further references and ideas if you'd like to continue looking into this subject. 3. High-quality information and a professionally edited book Why Would You Want to Make Your Own Soap? Most soap available in stores today are not really soaps at all, but, they are detergents. Detergents are a petroleum based product, like gasoline and kerosene. Detergents tend to leave your skin feeling dry, itchy and tight. Alkali, the most common irritant in soap, is commonly blamed for this effect. Other ingredients in mass-marketed soap have been proven harmful to human health and can cause severe skin irritations in many people. These include ingredients such as DEA, Isopropyl Alcohol, BHT and Triclosan. The most common ingredient in conventional bar soaps is sodium tallowate. Some very famous brands of soaps use chemicals which are of an inferior quality and could prove harmful for a person's skin. Here's a look at some of the benefits and reasons for using handmade, chemical free soaps: *Handmade Soaps are generally made using cold process method which lets the ingredients take their own time to interact with each other in as natural way as possible. *Handmade Soap has a major advantage in that glycerine is not removed from the soap and therefore has a powerful moisturizing effect. *Glycerin soap is especially good for sensitive, delicate skin and for children. *Because it is a high quality by-product in the soap making process, a number of commercial soap manufacturers extract the glycerin and sell it as a by-product to be used in high priced beauty products e.g. lotions and skin creams. *Unlike conventional soap, homemade soap may even contain healing properties due to the lack of chemicals in the ingredients. *People who suffer from skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema can find relief by switching to an all-natural and chemical free handmade soap. "Soap Making for Beginners" contains a number of quick and easy recipes including: *Tea Tree Oil Soap *Shea Butter Marvel Soap *Soothing Ginger Soap *Banana Cream Smoothie Soap *Deluxe Olive Castile Soap *Goats Milk and Lavender Soap *Oat and Honey Soap *And much, much more! Get Your Copy Today!

Australia

Australia

The Rough Guide

  • Author: Margo Daly,Anne Dehne,David Leffman,Chris Scott
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Australia
  • Page: 863
  • View: 6843
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The second edition of this guide to every town and city in Australia, with reviews of the best places to eat, drink and sleep in all regions, information on exploring the great outdoors and background on a range of subjects from Aboriginal issues to Australian cinema.