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The Daly Dish - 100 masso slimming meals for every day - cover

The Daly Dish - 100 masso slimming meals for every day

Gina Daly, Karol Daly

Publisher: Gill Books

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Summary

Gina and Karol Daly have always been larger than life, there just isn’t as much of them anymore. Together they’ve lost over nine stone, and they’ve done it by eating food that looks like it could have come straight from the local takeaway. 
The Daly Dish  is the first collection of recipes that have made the couple an Instagram sensation. From sections including Dishy Dinners, Ask Me Airfryer, Savage Snacks and Saucy Sauces, this book is for anyone who wants to eat the food they love and slim at the same time.

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