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Hairy Dieters Cookbooks- yay or nay?

(10 Posts)
Tiredemma Sat 08-Feb-14 12:45:33

Im dieting (6lb off since jan 6th)- thing is- im fast becoming a bit jaded with having different dinners to DP and the children.

A family member recommended Hairy Dieters saying they do recipes that are still 'real meals' and ones that DP would appreciate (might also shift some of his excess weight)

Before I spend more money on Amazon- anyone on here use their books and if so what do you think?

Contraryish Sat 08-Feb-14 12:49:24

I've got both and they're fab. Good food, easy to make, lots of variety. I'd definitely recommend them.

Foxsticks Sat 08-Feb-14 12:51:30

They are great, we also really like Gino D'Campo Le Dolce Diet

Yay, both of them.

minimumeffort Sat 08-Feb-14 13:12:52

They are fan, especially the fakeaway chapters.

Shockers Sat 08-Feb-14 13:15:20

I've only got the white one; I use it at least once a week.

Tiredemma Sat 08-Feb-14 14:26:44

great- will order them this pm.

Shallishanti Sat 08-Feb-14 14:28:50

yes they are good- but quite meaty (veggie here)

imustbepatient Sat 15-Feb-14 21:11:55

I have both of them and they are a huge hit in my family. I am the only one needing to lose weight but everyone loves the recipes. I just give bigger portions to everyone else!

Our favourites are the chicken jalfrezi and cottage pie, but still have lots of recipes yet to try.

LadyOnARooftop Sat 15-Feb-14 21:14:54

Yes, the chicken and ham pie from book 1 and the lamb doner kebabs from book 2 are amazing. Well worth buying.

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