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YOU and Huisgenoot’s ever-popular Winning Recipes and Let’s Cook series – indisputably part of the South African food adventure – is now available in English. At long last the English-speaking home chef can celebrate with a collection of the Top 500 recipes published especially to commemorate Huisgenoot’s 90th birthday in style.
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YOU and Huisgenoot’s ever-popular Winning Recipes and Let’s Cook series – indisputably part of the South African food adventure – is now available in English. At long last the English-speaking home chef can celebrate with a collection of the Top 500 recipes published especially to commemorate Huisgenoot’s 90th birthday in style. This generous compilation consists of 17 delectable chapters that include savoury and sweet pastries, baked puddings, fish and seafood, mince meat dishes and pies. All-time classics such as Granny’s Karoo Lamb Pie (Let’s Cook 4), Pumpkin Fritters in Syrup (Winning Recipes 1), Biltong Soup (Let’s Cook 4) and Pork Roast with Orange Sauce (Let’s Cook 1) are featured, while those with a sweet tooth will delight in preparing mouthwatering delicacies such as Milktart Cheesecake (Winning Recipes 3), Ginger Pudding (Wenresepte 2000), Cottage Cheesecake (Winning Recipes 3) and the Best Chocolate Cake (Winning Recipes 2). All of the recipes were tested by the experienced YOU/Huisgenoot food team and thus carry their personal stamp of approval for faultless cooking and baking pleasure. High-quality images together with a contemporary layout combine to make this attractive title a must-have in every kitchen.

*Hardcover; very good condition.*

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Author Carmen Niehaus
Publisher Human & Rousseau
Place Cape Town
Year 2009
Edition Third Impression
ISBN 9780798147156
Binding Hardcover
Condition Very Good

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