AWW Cook: How to Cook Absolutely Everything

Author(s): Australian Women's Weekly Staff; Pamela Clark (Introduction by)

General Cookery

This fabulous book full of must-have recipes was first published in 2006. By popular demand, we're releasing it especially for those keen cooks who may have missed out the first time around. This quintessential guide not only contains hundreds of recipes, it's also jam-packed with information on cooking techniques, buying and storing food, and loads of helpful tips and hints, to answer all your food- and cooking-related questions. 'Growing up, The Australian Women's Weekly cookbooks were my inspiration. They taught me how to cook.' - Bill Granger The Australian Women's Weekly has been synonymous with delicious, reliable food for generations of Australians and that's why this book is so special. It encompasses everything The Australian Women's Weekly stands for - reliable, exciting, yet easy to prepare recipes collected in one sensational package designed to become the trusted companion in every Australian kitchen. This exceptional collection has over 600 pages featuring the best-loved and most requested recipes from the nation's most widely read women's magazine. Family favourites sit alongside fast, contemporary recipes for weeknight dinners, new Asian food, cakes and desserts and a definitive how-to section detailing all the important cooking techniques. Cook, How to cook absolutely everything, amasses all the experience of the famous Australian Women's Weekly Test Kitchen and guarantees that every recipe will work at home. This beautifully presented book is the ultimate cook's reference for all occasions and has become an Australian classic.


Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781863964272
  • : Bauer Media Books
  • : Australian Women's Weekly
  • : September 2006
  • : 245mm X 190mm
  • : Australia
  • : January 2014
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Hardback
  • : 1
  • : English
  • : 641.5
  • : 688
  • : General cookery
  • : colour illustrations
  • : Australian Women's Weekly Staff; Pamela Clark (Introduction by)