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best family cookbook out there?

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controlfreek Fri 06-Nov-09 16:26:51

Hi, can anyone recommend a good all rounder family cookbook? prefer it to have pictures!

thanks

Bucharest Fri 06-Nov-09 16:33:57

Everyone raves about Jamie's Ministry of Food and his Dinners books....(both on my wishlist for Christmas, along with Economy Gastronomy) (I just love cookbooks actually)

Delia is good if you like being bossed.

I like Nigella myself, but she's a bit luxurious.....

Jooseyfruit Fri 06-Nov-09 16:37:15

this is a really good one ( you can get it cheaper though)
It has lots of basic stuff, some fancy stuff, baking, puds

stressedHEmum Sat 07-Nov-09 09:26:19

BBC Good Food's Family Meal Planner cookbook is really good. So is Good Housekeepings, Family Meals for a Fiver.

The Family meal planner has different sections on batch cooking, planned leftovers, cheap midweek meals, store cupboard cooking etc. and has 25 (I think) weekly meal planners at the back. It is really well worth the money and about the only cookbook that I have used more than a couple of times, even though I have about 3 dozen.

ledodgyfireworksingedmyeyebrow Sat 07-Nov-09 09:29:07

I like the mnistry of food one too but this is also good.
How to Feed Your Whole Family a Healthy Balanced Diet, with Very Little Money and Hardly Any Time, Even If You Have a Tiny Kitchen, Only Three ... - Unless You Count the Garlic Crusher...

doesn't have pics though.

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