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Today, and for the past few days, I've been thinking about this book. It was sent to me by a lovely friend and it's already become my favourite cookbook. This book is me. It's how I cook, so it's wonderful to have it in my hands - a source of some great new recipes. There are chapters on cooking with leftovers, entertaining on a budget, baking, weekend meals to cook and keep, lunchbox food and breakfasts, along with many tips and food hints.
If you're Australian, you'll recognise a face on the cover - Margaret Fulton. It's is written by her daughter and granddaughter. I love this book. Any cookbook with recipes for baked peach pancakes, slow roasted lamb shoulder and green pea hummus deserves a space in my home.