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The Potato Cookbook : Recipes Featuring the World's Greatest Vegetable - Dale Whybrow

The Potato Cookbook

Recipes Featuring the World's Greatest Vegetable

Hardcover Published: 6th April 2017
ISBN: 9781741175196
Number Of Pages: 176

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There’s more to potato recipes than mash. This collection of over 80 recipes celebrates the many ways you can cook potatoes (and sweet potatoes), including mash, bake, roast, fry, knead and chill as well as new ways to use potatoes in sweet treats – including ice-cream! The easy-to-follow recipes also highlight the best type of potato to use for each dish, including potato varieties from around the world.

Like the potato itself, The Potato Cookbook will become a household staple, whether you’re looking for an easy dinner, a tasty snack or a celebration dish, or you just love potatoes!

About the Author

Dale Whybrow has loved cooking since receiving her first cookbook at age six, and her family and friends have been stealing her recipes for almost as long (including the one for potato chowder, which won her first prize in a magazine cooking competition). Dale is now sharing these recipes in The Potato Cookbook, where you'll find her hints and instructions for making everything from potato crackers to the best chocolate cake you've ever tasted (the secret's in the potato). When she's not creating delicious food, Dale works as an educator. She lives in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia.

ISBN: 9781741175196
ISBN-10: 1741175194
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 6th April 2017
Publisher: Explore Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.7 x 22.0  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 22.93

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