Cookbook of the month, March 2011, “Leon Book 2, Naturally Fast Food”

Anna: Remember when we got this book and it was going to be our book in October?

Kirstin: Yes, I do. Because we chose Nigella. And then Nigel.

Anna: The thing was when we got this book I was really excited about it and the more I looked at it the less excited I became.

Kirstin: Oh dear. This isn’t a good start.

Anna: But I’m excited again, only because it’s not Jamie. I want to get back to normal cooking.

Kirstin: They tell you how long it takes to cook and prepare each meal. Should we be timing them again?

Anna: I’m over timing.

Kirstin: I hate the food photography in this book.

Anna: It’s rubbish.

Kirstin: It makes the food look terrible. And I’m not sure about the organisation of the book either. It’s just like the previous one. But that’s also good because there’s a chilli recipe. Yay!

Anna: I’m going to do the turkey bolognase.

Kirstin: I’m doing that chicken with a million garlic cloves.

Anna: Have you noticed the children’s menus in here?

Kirstin: No, I haven’t. Do they look good?

Anna: Sure. Terrible pictures. Cheese and ham muffins. Nuggets. All that.

Kirstin: We’ll see what the kids make of them, eh? So this month we’re doing “naturally fast food”. Bring it on.

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Cookbook of the month, March 2011, “Leon Book 2, Naturally Fast Food”

2 thoughts on “Cookbook of the month, March 2011, “Leon Book 2, Naturally Fast Food”

  1. J says:

    Yay! I have that book! I have to agree though, the food photography doesn’t exactly make you want to cook anything from it though (so I haven’t). I nearly used it to make pancakes the other day but when I looked at what a faff the recipe was I went running straight back to good old trusty Bill Granger.

    1. annastamour says:

      You’ll have to dip your toe in this month then! I’m just looking forward to cooking without the stress…..

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