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Ginger Tea Set

by James Barber

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Two decades ago, James Barber commented that we needed a lot fewer cooking books and a lot more "eating books." Since then, this fun-loving gourmand has done his best to correct the imbalance, converting thousands to his passionately simple style of preparing gourmet food. Here are the original eating books that established his reputation: Ginger Tea Makes Friends, Fear of Frying, and Flash in the Pan. Each features more than 40 of Barber's recipes, illustrated with his zany line drawings. New twists on old favourites appear, such as Almost Bisque, Sort of Souffle, Oyster Stew, and Corned Beef Hash. There's something for every meal or munch-time here. The three titles are available individually or in an attract… (more)
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Two decades ago, James Barber commented that we needed a lot fewer cooking books and a lot more "eating books." Since then, this fun-loving gourmand has done his best to correct the imbalance, converting thousands to his passionately simple style of preparing gourmet food. Here are the original eating books that established his reputation: Ginger Tea Makes Friends, Fear of Frying, and Flash in the Pan. Each features more than 40 of Barber's recipes, illustrated with his zany line drawings. New twists on old favourites appear, such as Almost Bisque, Sort of Souffle, Oyster Stew, and Corned Beef Hash. There's something for every meal or munch-time here. The three titles are available individually or in an attract

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