The perfect collection of recipes that can be served simply for kids, then jazzed up for the adults with just a few additional ingredients - the first cookbook guaranteed to please the whole family.
Feeding a family. Every night. Is hard. Jane Kennedy knows because she cooks for seven people, seven days a week.
It's not the cooking that's hard, it's thinking of a new dinner ideas EVERY SINGLE NIGHT. Grownups are easy. They love spices and chilli and garlic and onions and herbs and zest and can dress up a boring piece of chicken, fish or steak in a flash.
Kids…well. Most kids don't like spices and chilli and herbs and zest. Green bits. Orange bits. And especially not hot bits.
So Jane set herself a challenge to find a way to keep everyone happy. A way that wouldn't involve her having to eat ‘plain' food just to keep the kids happy and didn't require the kids to miraculously start loving spicy food. A way where one base meal could be jazzed up, or down, to suit all taste buds. One dish; two ways.
About the Author
Jane Kennedy began her career in the late 1980s alongside comedy team The D-Generation on a number one breakfast FM show and on television with The Late Show. She co-wrote, produced, directed and starred as the ruthless reporter Brooke Vandenberg in Frontline, a satire about the current affairs industry. Jane was also a co-producer of movies The Dish and the film recently voted Australia's favourite of all time, The Castle. She continues to work behind the scenes at Working Dog as Casting Director on shows such as The Hollowmen and Thank God You're Here. Jane lives in Melbourne, and clearly taking her commitment to comedy too far, she and partner Rob Sitch have five children.
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Comments about One Dish : Two Ways:
awesome use if what chicken shaped are a pretzels
Number Of Pages: 204
Published: 1st April 2014
Dimensions (cm): 27.0 x 21.5 x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.52