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Supermarkets are full of slickly packaged prepared dishes and takeaways are on almost every corner, so is cooking at home worth the effort? With ready meals often taking half an hour or more to heat and their ingredients sounding as if they belong in a laboratory, "Ten Minutes to Table" proves that the answer to this question is an emphatic 'yes'. Cooking at home is the cheaper, healthier, tastier and, as proved by Xanthe, faster option. Every week on the "Telegraph" website, Xanthe cooks against the clock, using fresh ingredients, in 10 minutes or fewer. Over 80 such recipes appear in this book. With insider tips and expert advice, Xanthe shows that it is easy to eat well at home when time is in short supply.
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Xanthe Clay is a talented chef and the main food columnist for The Saturday Telegraph. Xanthe's former Saturday Telegraph column, Reader's Recipes (a short, single column weekly piece), ran for eight years. It was the inspiration behind her previous book, It's Raining Plums, which was voted one of the most useful cookbooks of all time by Waitrose Food Monthly.
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Book Description Mitchell Beazley, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111845334957