Spoon Christmas Competition Part 2

Today we will be giving away some of our favourite cook books including  The Little Hastings & Rye Fish Cook Book and a selection from Greg and Lucy Malouf and Luke Mangan.

To win this week’s selection of Christmas goodies, leave a comment telling us what you would call your first cookbook.

Alice

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8 Responses to Spoon Christmas Competition Part 2

  1. Lucy says:

    My first cook book was Madhur Jaffrey’s ‘Indian Cookery’. My mother had a well used, battered copy of it and all of my favourite meals came from it, so when I moved away from home she tracked down a hardback copy of the same early 80s edition the she has, so I could recreate the dishes on my own – and not feel so far away from home.

  2. Samantha says:

    I’d call my book ‘Things my kids like’

  3. Kavey says:

    It’s probably a cop out but I’d probably call mine Kavey Eats, as I’d hope it would be full of things I love to eat.

    But really, my dream is to somehow get a book deal for my mum, as I think Mamta’s Kitchen rocks (am biased of course, but 7 million visitors can’t all be wrong) and that would likely be named Mamta’s Kitchen.

    If I win, Saraban, which you know I adore, could be sent to someone else, as I have a copy! 🙂

  4. Alex Paton says:

    Intoxication – An Ode to Cake & Cocktails. The first half would be decadent cakes & desserts, the second half cocktails for every occasion.

  5. Lucy says:

    I’ve had a think about the actual question this time (!) and my cook book would be full of tasty but low pressure recipes, and it would be called:
    Forget Perfection! A Guide To Muddling Through and Making Delicious Meals.

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