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Batch Cooking: Prep and Cook Your Weeknight Dinners in Less Than 2 Hours
By Black, Keda        
Hardcover - English

Cooking in large batches is the perfect way to save time and money. It also often turns out to be the healthier option - saving you from ready-meals and take-out; allows you to cook your produce when it's most fresh; and reduces how much food you throw away.

In Batch Cooking, Keda Black shows you how to get ahead of the game by using just two hours every Sunday to plan what you are eating for the week ahead and get most of your prep out of the way. By Sunday evening, you are looking forward to five delicious weeknight meals, and enjoying an overwhelming sense of calm about the week ahead.

The book covers thirteen menus, with an easy-to-follow shopping list and a handy guide for how to tweak your plans for the season or your dietary requirements. Each menu is broken down into the Sunday preparation time and a day-by-day method to finishing the recipe. Recipes include a heartening Lemongrass, Coconut, Coriander and Ginger Soup, a delightful Green Shakshuka with Feta and an astoundingly easy Pear Brownie.

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Black, Keda
Keda Black is a French home cook and food writer. She was born in Zambia and is of a thoroughly mixed Scottish, Bourguignon, Spanish and Italian descent.
Having become a trained chief librarian, she strangely found herself more eager to go out looking for new taste sensations or sweat in front of a hot stove, rather than to sit at a computer scanning databases. So she now divides most of her time between kids and kitchen. Unsurprisingly, her cooking tends to go beyond the boundaries of traditional French cuisine but is never complicated or labored. She has already written about cheesecakes

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