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"One of his best yet."
--"Editor's Choice", WHERE Vancouver
"One-Pot Wonders is one cookbook that truly lives up to its title."
"Ingredients are mixed in such amazing and sometimes startling combinations that your taste buds will be electrified...
"Barber's wit is worth going back for seconds, and so are his recipes. One-Pot Wonders is a must for every galley, every kitchen, and every campfire."
--Catherine Dook, Boat Journal
"This will probably end up being the most stained, pages-stuck-together book in your kitchen."
--Angela Murrills, The Georgia Straight
(The Georgia Straight)
"Barber's recipes will keep you happy!"
James Barber (1923-2007) was best recognized as the host of the internationally acclaimed TV series The Urban Peasant. His best-selling books include One-Pot Wonders, Peasant's Alphabet Peasant's Choice and Cooking for Two. He was a regular contributor to a wide range of publications including Pacific Yachting, the Globe & Mail, Western Living, the Georgia Straight and the Vancouver Province. Barber died at the age of 84 on November 27, 2007 at his home in Duncan BC.
"[Barber] shared with his many fans his surprise that food preparation had been hidden behind a wall of jargon and false expertise"
- Tom Hawthorn, The Globe and Mail