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by Tom Norrington-Davies

  • ISBN: 1844032655
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Tom Norrington-Davies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cassell Illustrated (August 2004)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1247 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1490 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 932

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Start by marking Just Like Mother Used To Make as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Through a culinary tour of British comfort eating, this title asks why we all love the recipes we grew up with, why comfort food has become synonymous with junk food and what we can learn from days gone by. The book features a selection of recipes that should make you feel ten and a half again.

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Tom Norrington-Davies asks why we all love the recipes we grew up with, why comfort food has become synonymous with junk food and what we can learn from days gone by. There is corn beef hash sticky toffee pudding, cottage pie, macaroni cheese, eggy bread, welsh rarebit, kedgeree, kippers, toad-in-the-hole, lemon curd, spotted dick and many more mouth-watering recipes that will make you feel ten and a half again. Tom is a cook and writer.

Just Like Mother Used To Make Hardcover – 2005. Very good book to have as it contains all the basics you need for Family cooking. One person found this helpful. Tom Norrington-Davies (Author).

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Authors : Norrington-Davies, Tom. Just Like Mother Used to Make. Tom Norrington-Davies is a cook and writer. He ran the kitchen at the pioneering food pub The Eagle between 1998 and 2003 and during this time also contributed to The Eagle Cookbook. Title : Just Like Mother Used to Make. Product Category : Books. List Price (MSRP) : 2. 0. In 2004 Tom's first solo effort, Just Like Mother Used to Make (a homage to proper comfort eating) was published to widespread critical acclaim and The Sunday Times included it in their top five cookbooks of the year. He is also the author of Cupboard Love and Game: A Cookbook.

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This book takes you on a culinary tour of British comfort eating from nursery staples to school canteen classics, from inside the officers mess to City dining rooms. Tom Norrington-Davies asks why we all love the recipes we grew up with, why comfort food has become synonymous with junk food and what we can learn from days gone by. There is corn beef hash sticky toffee pudding, cottage pie, macaroni cheese, eggy bread, welsh rarebit, kedgeree, kippers, toad-in-the-hole, lemon curd, spotted dick and many more mouth-watering recipes that will make you feel ten and a half again.

Comments

Welen Welen
I was raised in an English household, eating traditional, English foods - roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, meat pie and the like. I have great fondness for this food, so much so that when I visited England for the first time, I felt truly like I'd "come home." The most cherished of recipes were never transcribed by my grandmother - they simply resided in her mind, easily recalled and brought to life on demand. As a result, when Grandma passed, so did her recipes. I bought Just Like Mother Used to Make hoping to re-create the flavors and textures of my childhood - in particular, rice pudding. It was fantastic, then, when I received the book, turned to the recipe for rice pudding, followed it to the tee and - two hours later - saw my Grandma's rice pudding emerge from the oven. I could almost hear her say, "Oh, sweetheart, doesn't that look yummy?"
Zargelynd Zargelynd
I love this book. Of the dozen well-used cookery books on my shelf (and when it comes to cookery I prefer books rather than internet sites because the well-thumbed recipes covered with spots of egg and flour feel more personal), this one has more bookmarks in than any other. I also love his suggestions...Amaretto rather than almond essence......cocoa to thicken and flavour gravy.....and the stories and reminiscencies which accompany the dishes are particularly enjoyable. This is a cookery book I can really relate to. Unfortunately, no recipe for Yorkshire Pudding which is the only great recipe significant by its absence. But as an ex-Yorkshire girl who makes the best on the planet...no worries!
Tolrajas Tolrajas
Love this book