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A REISSUE OF THE 2018 COOKBOOK

‘Jane knows what we want: dishes that are easy, great to look at and eat, and made with ingredients you can find.’ Prue Leith

The Get Ahead Cook is packed full of easy, uncomplicated and foolproof recipes to take the stress out of cooking. Divided into six chapters: `Starters & Small Plates’, `Brunching & Lunching’, `Easy Suppers & Comforting Food’, `Feasts for Friends’, `Salads & Sides’ and `Sweet Things’ – these dishes are all contemporary and beautifully presented, yet deceptively simple. Importantly for the home cook, they all have get-ahead elements to spread and lighten the load, making them invaluable for everyday cooking and especially for entertaining. Jane’s tried-and-tested hints and tips throughout the book offer a confidence-boosting guiding hand to home cooks of all levels.

Reviews

Jane knows what we want: dishes that are easy, great to look at and eat, and made with ingredients you can find.
Prue Leith
Easy family cooking at its absolute best . . . Ten stars.
India Knight on Just One Pan
Simple but delicious . . . sumptuous enough to feed a crowd.
Daily Mail on Just One Pan
Jane Lovett is one of my very favourite cookery writers. She has great taste and is a hugely talented cook.
Charlotte Pike, Chair of the Guild of Food Writers
Jane's recipes are just the sort of unfussy dishes you feel like cooking and eating again and again.
Xanthe Clay, Telegraph columnist