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Finding wholesome meals that don't require hours in the kitchen can sometimes be tricky, and unfamiliar or complex recipes can be off-putting. That's why Good Food have put together another compact cookbook of recipe suggestions that will appeal to all the family and can be cooked with minimum effort - using just one pot. It's full of classic, balanced and easy-to-prepare dinners perfect for busy weeknights, as well as more relaxed weekend mealtimes. 101 More One-pot Dishes caters for all tastes, with veggie ideas, great dishes for entertaining and even delicious desserts.
Every recipe is accompanied by a full-colour photograph and a nutritional breakdown so you can serve your family healthy, home-cooked, tried-and-tested food every day of the week.
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About the Author
Jane Hornby began her cookery career with a year's training at Leith's School of Food and Wine swiftly followed by a placement as Cookery Assistant at Good Food. Jane has freelanced for various book publishers and food and women's magazines including Olive, Good Housekeeping and Family Circle. Before long the chance came to return to Good Food, where she's written, baked, stirred and styled her way up to Food Editor. She frequently works with the biggest names in food and regularly creates recipes for Good Food magazine.