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Sophie Kooks Month by Month: November - Quick and Easy Feelgood Seasonal Food for November from Kooky Dough's Sophie Morris - cover

Sophie Kooks Month by Month: November - Quick and Easy Feelgood Seasonal Food for November from Kooky Dough's Sophie Morris

Sophie Morris

Publisher: Gill Books

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Summary

Winter is beginning to set in, so light the fire, close the curtains and curl up with some savoury comfort food!
Taken from the fantastic new cookbook by Sophie Morris Sophie Kooks, discover tips on using all the produce that is at its best in November and enjoy some gorgeous November recipes, including:
- Beef and Thyme Cobbler
- Banana Bread
- Chicken Tikka Masala with Garlic and Coriander Naans
- Poached Pears with Chocolate Sauce and Toasted Hazlenuts
- Baked Eggs with Parma Ham and Cheese
- Spanish Tapas of Paprika Chicken
- Patatas Bravas and Chorizo in Red Wine
- Pasta with Butternut Squash
- Sage and Smoky Bacon
- Easy-Peasy Sticky Toffee Pudding
Available since: 09/01/2012.
Print length: 28 pages.

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