I picked up a copy of this book
for a couple of pounds on Amazon Marketplace, and it turned out to be some of the best money I've spent in a long while.
Classic pairings like salmon and watercress and liver & onion, but also some more adventurous combinations like watermelon & chilli and blue cheese & peach. Handy kitchen inspiration when you're stuck for ideas or when you fancy experimenting.
I'm also enjoying listening to this
at the moment, introduced to me by a dear friend. Such a captivating story.
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