This book is mostly about food&..and a little bit about life&..and really, how can one separate the two? On the most basic level we eat to live&..but on a more gastronomically enlightened level, you could say we live to eat. We eat when were happy&&we eat when were sad: Cake to celebrate birth, chicken soup to get well, Haagen Daas to mend a broken heart. What do we do when someone dies? We bring a casserole! Lets face it&&.WE EAT! And in Britaly, we do it well. Living in Britaly is about great food and how to get it on the table without killing yourself. The recipes are home grown and the stories are true&&well mostly&..and both are deliciously funny. Packed with healthful tips, tricks and shortcuts this cookbook will show you clearly and simply how to cheat in the kitchen, thus saving precious time for the important things, like facials, manicures and shoe shopping. Antonia will show you how to stock a pantry, pull dinner out of thin air and feed impromptu guests at the drop of a hat. No experience in the kitchen? Afraid of the stove? Or do you kill yeast just by walking down the baking aisle in the grocery store? No matter&.culinary expert or hopeless novice, you CAN cook with this book and youll laugh while youre doing it. Come on in and visit Britaly, youll find that great food doesnt have to be complicated and it doesnt have to take all day&&it just has to be shared with the people you love.
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