What’s on your kitchen bookshelf? Here’s mine …

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Here’s my collection of wierd and wonderful books in the kitchen. Look on Amazon for the out of print ones if you fancy tracking them down.

Ager, Stanley and St. Aubyn, Fiona (1980)

Ager’s Way to Easy Elegance (New York, Bobbs-Merrill)

Conran, Shirley ( 1975) Superwoman (London, Sidgwick and Jackson)

Holcombe, Gill (2007) 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 saucepans (one with an ill-fitting lid) and no fancy gadgets – unless you count the garlic crusher: simple wholesome and nutritious recipes for family meals (Oxford, How To Books)

Hitching, Wilena (1910) Home Management Manuals, Volume II: Second Year’s Course (London, W and R Chambers)

Innes, Jocasta (1993) The Thrifty Decorator: A DIY guide to style on a shoe string (London, Conran Octopus)

Jeremy, C (2003) Green and Black’s Chocolate Recipes (London, Kyle Cathie Ltd)

King, Aileen (1961) Better Home Management (London, Mills and Boon)

Luard, Elisabeth (1986) European Peasant Cookery (London, Bantam Press)

Oldknow, Jay (Ed) (1984) Toshiba Book of Microwave Cookery (Frimley, Toshiba)

Oliver, Jamie (2001) Happy Days with the Naked Chef (London, Penguin)

Smith, Delia (1977) Delia Smith’s Book of Cakes (London, Coronet)

Surety, Sarah (1997) Feng Shui for your home (London, Rider)

Tee, S (1987) Good Food Fast (London, Ebury)

Wilkes, Angela (1994) The Children’s Step-By-Step Cookbook (London, Dorling Kindersley)


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