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Can anyone recommend good cookbooks

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birthdaycake Thu 05-Jul-07 15:42:19

for soups and also salads. Just ones that use ordinary ingredients from my fridge rather than fancy dinner party cookbooks

barefeete Thu 05-Jul-07 19:11:46

I tend to stick with either Nigella's 'How to cook' (a really good store cupboard cook book) and also Tana Ramsay's 'family kitchen' is great to - although not sure if i would ever have herring in my fridge! Hope this helps

vonsudenfed Thu 05-Jul-07 19:21:05

For salads "fat girl slim' by Ruth Watson (her off the Hotel Inspector) is excellent - it's a diet book, but don't let that put you off, everything i've made from it is tasty and easy - and it has a whole section on how to make a bag of salad more interesting.

I tend to make soups by just stuffing some veg in with an fried onion and a potato - but do have the Covent Garden Soup book, which has some nice ones in it.

suzycreamcheese Thu 05-Jul-07 19:23:33

i like delia vegetarian one atm cause mainly am one lots of soups and salads in there
and they work!

littlelapin Thu 05-Jul-07 19:24:17

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birthdaycake Thu 05-Jul-07 22:52:40

They sound good, I'll have a look at them.

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