Books from January 2016
January 2016 Books Archive from Foodepedia
There’s a wealth of information contained within the book to support adopting a more Mediterranean diet, including ways of adapting to it. The introduction discusses the history of the diet, the principles, the benefits, the portions, descriptions of the foods to embrace and a 14-day sample menu.
Whether you successfully lose weight using this cookbook I cannot say as yet. But I’ll have a jolly delicious time trying.
This is not a book that tries to take us back to the 1970s; there is no whiff of rancid Cordon Bleu about it, just an appreciation of saucing and a modern interpretation of what saucing means and what it can do. A must for the serious cook's bookshelf, an indispensable reference and sauce (sic) of inspiration.