Popular Potatoes: 100 Recipes - Simon & Alison Holst
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Popular Potatoes: 100 Easy and Delicious Recipes By Simon & Alison Holst
Simon and Alison Holst are great potato enthusiasts! Alison's first potato book, now out of print, published more than 12 years ago, has been a best seller ever since, selling more than 100,000 copies. This new book, with many additions to the earlier book, is bigger, brighter and better!
Look inside for:
* Traditional and trendy potato treats - take your pick! * Chunky chowders and smooth, creamy soups * Comfort foods like fluffy mashed potatoes and creamy scalloped potatoes * Crisp and crunchy chips, cooked in several ways, to please all the family * Interesting and unusual potato "sides" * Cheap and cheerful potato-topped meat and fish pies * Easy ideas for beginners * Ever-popular potato salads to pack for picnics or enjoy at home * Out of the ordinary gourmet delights * Labour-saving "one dish" meat, potato and vegetable dinners for busy days * Party pleasers to prepare ahead * Many great recipes to stretch your budget
Contents: The Not So Humble Potatoe Souper Potatoes Cool Potato salads Snacking on Spuds A Side of Potatoes Mainly Potatoes Potatoes Plus Growing Your Own Potatoes
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