REVIEWS / READERS AND PUBLISHERS COMMENTS
With a superb balance of family favourites, special occasion dishes and new flavours to sample, "Food Assembly Instructions" hits all the right taste buds.
In a display of originality, passion for good food cooked well does not overshadow the initial purpose of this book: to help the cook! The layout is well ordered and thought through allowing the reader to be fully immersed in the experience of becoming a chef.
Functionality is key, ingredients are listed in order and the state they will be needed in e.g. "2 medium onions, finely chopped". Utensils are listed prior to the recipe, allowing for adaptation or the acquisition of new tools prior to starting.
Creativity is also nurtured through the medium of "larder staples"- Most of us often look at the contents of our cupboards (things we might buy every week or bought once and did not know how to use) and try to make some thing new. There is a whole section dedicated to such ingredients- showing recipes they feature in or could be added to.
This book guides the new cook through the initial stages of learning foods that complement each other by providing helpful hints and tips.
A fool proof way to start or enhance your culinary repertoire with exciting and mouthwatering sensations.