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Can you recommend a good dessert cookery book?

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PickaPengy Wed 22-Jul-15 17:06:15

Nothing fancy. Just easy to follow instructions that work.

mrspremise Fri 24-Jul-15 12:18:47

Nigel Slater Real Fast Puddings is a good one. Are there any particular puddings you want, you could just ask on here if anyone has any quick and easy recipes for them?

HeadDreamer Fri 24-Jul-15 15:10:35

I love real fast puddings too. Are you after something fancy? Otherwise, Like Slater says, just a piece of fruit is often enough.

PickaPengy Fri 24-Jul-15 16:59:07

Thanks for the Nigel Slater recommendation. I am familiar with the 'Real Fast Food' book but didn't know about the puddings so I will definitely look into that (like his style as well).

Basically the book is needed for inspiration - there's only so many crumbles I can make! Even though I find a lot of recipes on the Internet, nothing beats being able to flick through a good cookery book.

HeadDreamer Sat 25-Jul-15 08:47:27

Can't beat a good cookbook for inspiration. Definitely.

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