Mums Still Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Best-Loved Recipes

Mums Still Know Best The Hairy Bikers Best Loved Recipes When Hairy Bikers Si and Dave toured the country in search of ordinary Mums and their families favourite recipes they had no idea they would unearth such a wealth of talent tradition and nostalgia

  • Title: Mums Still Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Best-Loved Recipes
  • Author: Hairy Bikers Si King Dave Myers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Hairy Bikers, Si and Dave, toured the country in search of ordinary Mums and their families favourite recipes, they had no idea they would unearth such a wealth of talent, tradition and nostalgia So began their search for the dishes we love best.This beautiful cookbook brings together over 100 of the nation s favourite recipes from the second series of BBC2 s MUMS KWhen Hairy Bikers, Si and Dave, toured the country in search of ordinary Mums and their families favourite recipes, they had no idea they would unearth such a wealth of talent, tradition and nostalgia So began their search for the dishes we love best.This beautiful cookbook brings together over 100 of the nation s favourite recipes from the second series of BBC2 s MUMS KNOW BEST It includes Si and Dave s personal family recipes as well as their favourite recipes that they discover through the mums they meet and the recipe fairs they hold Episodes include Comforting Food, High Tea, School Dinners and Al Fresco An irresistible collection of recipes that will inspire you to keep cooking with love for the people that matter to you most.This book includes Comforting FoodAl FrescoTaste of HomeLazy WeekendsHigh TeaDistant ShoresPosh NoshFamily Classics

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    1. If you have never had a chance to browse through one of the Hairy Bikers' Cookbooks, give yourself a treat! My favorite, to date, is their '12 Days of Christmas.' Don't let the titles fool you, these guys know food. The cookbooks are stunning with their beautiful pictures of the dishes that are created for their books.Though many dishes I would probably NEVER make (I can't think of eating fluffy bunnies), I still love leafing through a 'Hairy Bikers' cookbook.'One thing that I love about these c [...]

    2. This book didn't quite hit the spot for me, failing to convey the pleasures of watching The Hairy Bikers in action and not propelling me towards the kitchen.Quite properly it shouldn't be a book full of terribly novel dishes but about family favourites and in this I think it succeeded. I wanted more than a few lines about the people who contributed half the recipes and a lot more context and discussion for the Bikers own offerings. Without that it is a bit too dull.

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