Margaret Fulton is the godmother of Australian cookery. She was the first woman to write a cookbook which encouraged women to branch out from the same old meat and two veg meals and try something different!
So when she writes a cookbook of favourites, you know that it’s going to be full of delicious and reliable recipes.
Fulton boasts an arsenal of recipes as diverse as Chinese won tons, Greek tiropetes, Russian piroshki and her trademark Baked Guinness Ham. The book is filled with all of the important recipes you’ll ever need: soups, starters, appetisers, light meals, main meals, vegies, salads, desserts, and basics. All of these recipes are accompanied by gorgeous colour photographs and personal anecdotes written by Margaret.
A lifetime of cookery knowledge all packed into 256 beautifully printed pages, and the perfect guide to mastering the culinary classics. There’s only one question left to ask - just how many favourites can one person have?
- Beautifully bound softcover - 256 pages.
- Features sections on different courses and ingredients including soups and appetisers, main meals, vegetables and salads as well as dessert and a guide to mastering the basics.
- Each recipe is accompanied by an introduction by the famous cook, including anecdotes, tips or the history of the dish.
- Detailed with full colour photographs throughout.
- Includes a full index.
Dimensions: 22 x 27 x 2cm.