This comprehensive volume is the only guide to cooking you need. Entirely revised and updated, the Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Cookbook is packed with tips and trouble-shooting advice on all the essential cooking techniques, and is perfect for both the novice and experienced cook. From poultry, meat, game, fish, shellfish, pasta, noodles and eggs, to pastry, sweet and savoury breads, chocolate, icecreams, sorbets, and preserves, you can tackle any recipe for any occasion. It also features a comprehensive section on equipment and utensils, refrigerator storage times, nutritional advice, tips on health and hygiene and a complete glossary of cooking terms, giving you complete confidence in the kitchen. With over 400 delicious triple-tested recipes, and 650 illustrated techniques, the Good Housekeeping Step-by-Step Cookbook is an essential addition to every cook's library. Word count: 150,000
About the Author
Good Housekeeping magazine was launched in 1922 and has been advising readers on healthy living ever since. Featuring the industry's most talented writers and covering a broad range of topical issues, the magazine provides the latest in authoritative and up-to-date advice each month, promoting health and wellbeing for women and their families. Using purpose-built kitchens, the GHI consumer researchers and home economists rigorously test the latest household appliances from the consumer's perspective, and the cookery team develop the most delicious contemporary recipes that will always work. Good Housekeeping Cookery Book (ISBN 1843401150) is a bestselling title for 2004.