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Potty!: Clarissa's One Pot Cookbook (Anglais) Relié – 16 septembre 2010

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Perfect for anyone who loves good food but hates washing up, Potty contains 100 of Clarissa's favourite recipes which can all be cooked in one dish in the oven or on the hob. The book is a mouth-watering collection of casseroles, risottos, stir-fries and roasts and there are even some fantastic one-pot puddings such as claret jelly and creamy rice pudding - perfect for winter evenings.With the help of Potty you can now serve up delicious home-cooked meals without having to spend hours washing up every last pan in the kitchen. And because one pot dishes can be left in the oven to slow-cook, you can use less expensive cuts of meat that will still be meltingly tender and tasty to eat.Potty provides tried-and-tested recipes for spectacular yet simple dishes from one of Britain's best-loved food writers.

Biographie de l'auteur

Clarissa Dickson Wright found fame alongside Jennifer Paterson as one half of the much loved, TV cooking partnership Two Fat Ladies. The accompanying books sold well over half a million copies. She is the author of the bestselling memoir Spilling the Beans as well as many cookery books including The Game Cookbook and, most recently, Clarissa's Comfort Food. She is also a passionate supporter of the Countryside Alliance and of rural life. She lives a little in London but mostly in Scotland.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 You'd be "potty" not to enjoy this book 14 août 2011
Par L. E. Jockimo - Publié sur
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In spite of being American (why do we always get such a bad rap?), I do understand the title being a bit of fun, referring both to the one-pot recipes and the author being a bit crazy in her own way. So I bought this book (the kindle edition, although I prefer bound cookbooks) and the recipes do seem to fit the title. I own a number of books by this author, and the recipes are, to my mind, Classic Clarissa: worldly, historical, comforting, and attainable. As with each of her books, I found many recipes that were delicious, and a few that might be out of my comfort zone, but were interesting to read and consider. I always enjoy the background information or personal details that she includes as well. Ultimately, at a time when it seems like slow-cookers and your grandmother's recipe box are back in vogue, this cookbook offers a range of one-pot dishes from the simplest soup to foreign fare, and each one is written as if you were breaking bread with the author herself.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Book 18 juillet 2016
Par A. R. Monahan - Publié sur
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Added to wife's Collection
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 6 mars 2015
Par Paul LaBounty - Publié sur
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These 2 women are great!!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Crazy For Casseroles 28 juin 2013
Par Grandma - Publié sur
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I love cookbooks, been collecting them for more than fifty years now. I've acquired them as gifts, as souvenirs, because they were by certain authors or the latest thing or about some type of food or place in the world that I really wanted to learn about. Now and again I'll buy a book because someone whose opinion I respect likes it. Until recently, though, I had never bought a book specifically because somebody hated it. And then along came Potty, whose name is really Potty - Clarissa's One Pot Meals. (Look at the cover.)

You know how it works here at Amazon. You buy one thing, they show you more that are by the same author or related to whatever it is you just bought in some way. Lately, having acquired all of Beard and Child and most of Pepin, I've been collecting a few books by some of the greats of British cooking - Elizabeth David, Darina Allen and more. A while back I happened to buy a book authored by Clarissa Dickson Wright of Two Fat Ladies fame, so Amazon started showing me other books that she had written. All were pretty highly rated, except for this poor little Potty. It seems that somebody one-starred this book not because of the content, but because of the name. Well, part of the name - "Clarissa's One Pot Meals" has been left off the title.

Such a kerfluffle over one word! It quite reminds me of a scene in My Life in Ruins [Blu-ray], where overhearing fellow tourists from Australia speak, one member of a tour group asks guide Georgia "Are they speaking English?" Georgia replies "Australians are the nicest people, but you can't understand a word they say." And so it goes around the English speaking world. The very idea that a British author should have to change the name of her book in order to sell it in the US takes the Ugly American Syndrome to an entirely new level! I found it so offensive that I hauled myself over to Amazon UK and had Potty shipped across the pond - and I'm glad that I did.

Potty - Clarissa's One Pot Meals is a gem of a book, written, as Clarissa says, for those who like to eat well but hate the washing up bit. The book contains 123 recipes for everything from soup to pudding, each of which requires just one "pot" to cook it in. The variety is huge, eclectic, gathered from every corner of the known world. You'll find the Duck with Sauerkraut so common in Russia and Eastern Europe alongside curries from Sri Lanka and Janssen's Temptation from Scandinavia. Clarissa's Fish with Cream is virtually identical to my grandmother's, save that there was no fennel to be had in 1950's New England so my grandmother baked hers on a bed of onion. My grandma didn't much like to wash mountains of dishes either so she didn't even use a pot for her Fish in Cream. She baked hers in aluminum foil that could just be discarded. You could easily cook something different from this book every single night for two months running and not run out of ideas!

With a format slightly smaller than many US cookbooks on offer these days, Potty runs to 215 pages. Recipes are well laid out in large, easy to read type. All of them are accompanied by one of Clarissa's stories (Clarissa is a hugely interesting person) and many have full-page, full color pictures. Measurements are given in metrics with Imperial ounces in parentheses. You'll find metric volume measurements for liquids on one side of your Pyrex glass measuring pitchers. Digital scales are widely available and dead easy to use. (See just how easy in my recent video review, link in the comments). Teaspoon and tablespoon measurements are the same as ours.

Grandma's $0.02 - Delightful, full of wonderful, often unique, recipes. Grandma's "dotty" for Potty
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars 21 mars 2016
Par Gail Pollock - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Love the book , great condition.
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