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'I have had many bad experiences with cooking. Cooking too little, too much, putting the wrong combinations together, cut fingers, burnt food, sleeves and skin, hot oil, splattered clothes, burnt tongues and teary eyes from onions and smoke. And I still enjoy it!' Miranda Shearer wrote this book for her boyfriend, Tom. He was missing home cooking at university and was keen to learn how to cook. Miranda enthusiastically shares her knowledge, unfallingly creating delicious and well-balanced meals using recipes that can be easily followed by even the most inexperienced cook. Aged 18, memories of learning and disastrous results are not too far away, and she writes with great humour, knowing exactly how to coax a novice cook through any tricky stages.
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Miranda Shearer was brought up in Somerset and is currently studying French and Spanish at University College, London. She started cooking when she was nine. Miranda has cooked and tested many of her mother's recipes, as well as creating her own. In a Sainsbury's Future Cooks Competition, in which there were 40,000 entrants, she was one of the few to reach the South West Regional Finals.
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Book Description Cassell Illustrated, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1844032639
Book Description Cassell Illustrated, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1844032639