“Good Housekeeping” Step by Step Food Processor Cookbook

June 24, 2015 - Comment

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Singingg says:

retro recipes Food processors have been round for so long now it’s difficult to imagine not knowing how to use them. However to a 21 year old from a non-baking family they are a total mystery. I searched for an cookery book to add to a 21st Birthday present and couldn’t find one anywhere. I was overjoyed to find this in the “used” selection, better still it was a Charity that was selling it, it arrived within a couple of days, in excellent condition and was just what was required, simple recipes with…

H. Petre "hpoet" says:

Get to grips with your food processor in several easy steps I recently bought a food processor and the instructions that came with it were so minimal that I didn’t even know what half the attachments were for! This book got me started with it. Who knew that the emulsifying disk, which is a wavy platter-type-thing, is actually for mixing, as there is no whisk in most food processors? We have enjoyed one or two of the recipes: avgholemono/egg and lemon soup, carrot soup, leek gratin, but most of them are too Eighties : spinach timbale, anyone? and too…

MrsEAJeffery says:

Still looking ! As previously mentioned this book is dated but I still have my original Good Housekeeping cookbook Bible which I received as a wedding present over 40 years ago so that’s not really the problem but as a relatively new owner of a Food Processor I am keen to use it to its full potential . Most of the recipes are common sense use of the processor . Ie how to slice vegatables . So maybe I’m looking for something which doesn’t exist !

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