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    Adrian Richardson - Meat
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    Default Great cooking book for an avid male cook?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    I've never wanted Roast Pork so much in my life!

    just looking at these books is making me drool!!

    Has anyone ever used Matthew Hayden's cookbook? Bro does like cricket... just not sure if that is getting a bit silly, trying to combine an aussie cricketer with a cook book.. (although he did have his own tv series so he can't be that bad?)
    I have the Matthew Hayden book and it's ok but not as good as the others mentioned.

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    Bill Granger's Sydney Food is a great cookbook.


 

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