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Feel-good family food: healthy mealtimes made easy

Feel-good family food: healthy mealtimes made easy

Edwards, Dean (Cook), author

Dean Edwards' fail-safe recipes and down-to-earth style have made him a firm favourite with the millions of viewers who watch him cooking up a storm every week on ITV's Lorraine. As a busy working dad, he's all too familiar with the never-ending challenge of getting wholesome, tasty, fuss-free meals on the table - the hectic demands of family life mean our wells of inspiration can often run dry! But now Dean's here to help us shake things up and get mealtimes back on track with his new collection of nourishing everyday recipes that the whole family will enjoy. Whether you're searching for a quick breakfast idea for when you're late for the school run, a one-pot dinner to save on the washing-up or even a guilt-free version of the family's favourite takeaway, here you'll find easy-to-follow recipes, using simple-to-find ingredients

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Bantam Press, 2015
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Available at Stroud.

  • Stroud – One available

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    9934901323 Food & Drink 641.5 Adult Non-Fiction Available
  • Gloucester – Earliest copy due back 22nd October

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    9934905027 Food & Drink 641.5EDW Adult Non-Fiction Due back 22nd October
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Dean Edwards
ISBN: 0593070879, 9780593070871
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 190 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 26 cm
Subject: Food and Drink.; Cooking.

Author note

Dean Edwards has a love of food that was inspired by his father, who cooked beautifully but was a tradesman by profession. Although he became a digger driver himself, Dean always cooked for the love of it, and in 2005 was persuaded by his friends and family to enter Masterchef. He went all the way to the final but was pipped at the post—prompting thousands of viewers to flood the BBC's switchboard with complaints that he should have won. Following a stint at the Michelin-starred Midsummer House in Cambridge, Dean worked on various television programs, including Take on the Takeaway, This Morning, and Saturday Cookbook. He is currently the resident chef on ITV's Lorraine.

Reviews

"Dean is an absolute star. He writes easy-to-follow recipes that work and will go down a treat with the whole family. His food is the kind we all want for ourselves and our families – simple, delicious and wholesome." —Lorraine Kelly, television presenter