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Adam's Big Pot

Adam's Big Pot

ADAM’S BIG POT is a cookbook for modern families.

In his latest cookbook, Adam Liaw shows you how to prepare easy family meals and gives new answers for that age-old question: ‘What’s for dinner?’ In this beautifully photographed cookbook, Adam takes a practical and creative approach to family cooking, creating new flavours from ingredients you already know, all in just one big wok, pan, dish or pot.

From fresh Vietnamese salads and simple South African curries, to Korean grilled pork belly and one-pot Japanese classics, the dishes in ADAM’S BIG POT are basic enough for the novice home cook, affordable enough to feed the whole family, and can all be made from basic supermarket ingredients.

Whether you’re after easy classics like shaking beef, mee goreng and lamb vindaloo or looking to add new dishes to your repertoire like tiger-skin chicken, snapper rice and Japanese souffle cheesecake, ADAM’S BIG POT is your guide to simple, creative family cooking.
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Genre: Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

On Sale: 28th May 2015

Price: £23.99

ISBN-13: 9780733630699


‘Overall user-friendly rating 9/10.’ on ASIAN AFTER WORK
‘A solid month with this book and you might consider opening your own little hole in the wall.’
‘A superb volume’
The Weekly Review on TWO ASIAN KITCHENS
‘Something special for every cookbook lover’
The Canberra Times on ASIAN AFTER WORK
‘If the review copy, bristling with bookmarked recipes, is any guide, this book will get a solid kitchen workout’ on ASIAN AFTER WORK
The Age & The Sydney Morning Herald
If the words "easy" and "affordable" speak to you as much as "creative", this cookbook would be a handy addition to your shelf. It gets a thumbs up from me.
Write Note Reviews
Eat fit magazine
REVIEW: Home magazine
REVIEW: Feast magazine
beautifully photographed cookbook
Newcastle Herald
Simple enough for the novice home cook, affordable enough to feed the whole family and can all be made from basic supermarket ingredients.
Sunday Canberra Times
December Issue
Cafe Society Magazine
Feature Review
West Weekend Magazine, The West Australian
. . . the salads work wonderfully as healthy summer dinners, and back up beautifully for lunch the next day, while a magical Sumo Stew is strangely non-fattening.
Weekend West