Have You Eaten?

Combining his Malaysian heritage with an inquisitive and fun approach to cooking, Billy Law’s latest book offers an exciting collection of delicious recipes for the home cook. With dishes ranging from the more traditional Five Spiced Duck Pancakes and Vinegar Braised Pork Ribs to Billy’s take on Toad in the Hole and Peanut Butter Brownies, Have You Eaten? will help to add some punch to your cooking. The chapters include Snack Attack (for smaller bites), Easy Peasy (anyone can handle), Over the Top (if you’re feeling a little more adventurous) and Sugar Hit (delicious desserts). Be inspired to add some life to your cooking!
Author(s) Billy Law
Category Food & Drink
Date published 01 Sep 2012
ISBN 9781742703817
Format Paperback
Details 256 pages - 205mm x 230mm

RRP: £25.00

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