Sunday, 21 December 2008

The more people I tell about this challenge, the more want to do it! Finding a good veggie book with not too many recipes for my mate Anu was a bit of a challenge in itself (although she is a very good cook, she has a - shall we say - active social life so being disciplined enough to cook 2 or 3 recipes a week from a book (or simply being at home for 2 or 3 nights during the same week) might be a tall order). I might have to settle for a pamphlet on lentils from the Women's Institute with about 15 recipes for her ;o)

Others on another food forum I visit are using diet books, which is a good idea. I thought of that too, but would need to use about 6 books over as many years for it to make an impact!

Nope, sticking with Nigel: seasonal, good mix of the simple and challenging, not all the recipes are bad for you (!)

1 comment:

  1. Hi Maggie, thinking of joining in on this. I've got Ramsey's Sunday Lunch in mind as it has a good spread of dishes across 25 menus (each with a starter, main and dessert). Although I did stick with Jamie on New Years Eve with sausage and bubble & Squeak with onion gravy.

    Happy New Year!