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  • AHAUI
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    In this new collection of triple-tested recipes the experts at "Good Food" magazine have used their wealth of experience to tackle the challenges of gluten-free eating. Whether you've decided to explore the health benefits of a gluten-free diet or suffer from coeliac disease, this essential guide to gluten-free cooking enables you to make healthy choices without compromising on flavour. Inside you'll find a variety of nutritious recipes to suit every meal of the day, including many helpful gluten substitutes. Each recipe is accompanied by a full-colour photo and nutritional breakdown and all are adapted from favourite "Good Food" recipes - so no one misses out!
  • AJJNJ
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    Easy and quick to make, good for feeding a crowd and packed full of flavour, traybakes are the perfect bake for any occasion. From delicious fruity flapjacks and gooey chocolate slices to a perfect savoury smoky cheese and onion tart, the trusted experts at Good Food have brought you ideas and recipes for every kitchen. Including recipes tailor-made to make introducing kids to the kitchen a breeze and filling up a crowd a doddle, traybakes are a fuss-free and tasty way to satisfy any stomach. Triple-tested by the experts at Good Food and with full-colour photos for each recipe, Traybakes is the perfect companion to simple and delicious baking.
  • AHYYU
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    A slow cooker allows you to create mouth-watering dishes that can be cooked overnight or while you're at work so that you can enjoy your meal as soon as you enter the door. With only a short amount of preparation, using a slow-cooker removes the rush of the weeknight dinners or the stress of entertaining and leaves you with delicious casseroles, soups, curries and puddings that are ready when you want them. Good Food: More Slow Cooker Favourites is packed with new recipes for all occasions, whether hearty family food, delicious dinner party dishes or tasty treats. Triple-tested by the experts at Good Food and including colour photography for each recipe, More Slow Cooker Favourites is guaranteed to provide you with both reliable and sensational recipes every time.
  • ANQUS
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    Keeping an eye on your calorie intake can be a real struggle - whether you're following a low-calorie diet or just watching what you eat, it's difficult to keep track of the numbers. Which is where Good Food: Low-calorie Recipes can help! It's filled with delicious recipes for any time of the day, and all low in calories. Handily arranged by precise calorie intake, there are ideas for filling breakfasts, fast midweek meals, low-cal crowd-pleasers, emergency snacks and even sweet treats! With each recipe triple-tested by the team at Britain's best-selling cookery magazine and accompanied by a full nutritional breakdown, you can cook your own mouthwatering meals. This little cookbook is a fast-track to a low-calorie diet.
  • ALJOD
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    Hot and spicy, mild, creamy and comforting, Thai, Indian, Malaysian, Indonesian - the word 'curry' encompasses a huge variety of exciting dishes. With long lists of spices and unfamiliar ingredients, it might seem like a complex dish to cook and leave you more inclined to call for a takeway, but once you know the basics, creating a delicious curry is simple. Including quick curries when you're short on time, classic curry dishes made easy, delicious side dishes and new ideas using curry spices, and plenty of vegetarian ideas, Good Food has collected 101 of their most popular curry recipes. Every idea is accompanied by a full-colour photograph and a nutritional breakdown so you can create a home-cooked curry with complete confidence and know exactly what is in every bite. This edition is revised and updated with brand new recipes and a fresh new look.
  • ALJOF
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    For those of us with busy lifestyles and little time to spare, slow cookers are a priceless helping hand in the kitchen - with as little as 10 minutes spent preparing a dish at the beginning of the day, you can enjoy delicious food a few hours later without slaving away at a hot stove. That's why the trusted experts at Good Food magazine, the UK's best-selling cookery magazine, have put together this essential guide to making the most of your slow cooker. With recipes for comfort food favourites like curries, chillis, soups and puddings, through to fresh ideas for meaty stews, braised fish and melt-in-the-mouth vegetarian meals, there is a slow-cooked meal to suit every taste and occasion. Accompanied throughout with full-colour photographs and a nutritional breakdown of every recipe, this collection of Good Food's favourite triple-tested slow cooker recipes will work first time, every time. A blend of timeless classics, clever twists and irresistible flavours, Slow Cooker Favourites is packed with recipe ideas for a whole host of mouth-watering treats. This edition is revised and updated with brand new recipes and a fresh new look.
  • ALJOG
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    It's always difficult to balance a hectic schedule with tasty, healthy meals, so it helps to have fool proof recipes that you can rely on to provide delicious food in no time. With this in mind, the team of experts at Good Food magazine have collected their best-loved recipes for cooking mouth-watering meals in 30 minutes or less! From light bites for a weeknight meal on the run to great ideas for last-minute entertaining, 30-minute Suppers is packed with tips and inspiration for creating delicious pasta, grills, seafood and more with the minimum of fuss. Because every dish has been triple-tested in the Good Food kitchen, you can try new and varied dishes with complete confidence in half an hour or under - with ideas to serve just one or two, a whole family or even an entire dinner party! With quick and easy recipes, each one accompanied by a photograph and a nutritional breakdown, this cookbook offers the very best of Britain's best-selling cookery magazine, without any hassle. This edition is revised and updated with brand new recipes and a fresh new look.
  • AOBKQ
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    Make the most of sunny days and warm evenings with some alfresco dining! Even if the weather lets you down, banish bought burgers and ready-prepared meats from your griddle, grill or oven, and try one of these mouth-watering, easy recipes from Britain's best-selling cookery magazine. Including simple ideas the kids will love, super chicken recipes and flavour-packed twists to liven up fish and meat, plenty of veggie-friendly suggestions and some no-fuss sides, drinks and desserts to complete the meal, 101 Barbecues and Grills contains all the inspiration you need for the perfect outdoor feast. Every recipe is tried and tested by the Good Food team, and comes with a nutritional breakdown and full colour photo so you can be sure of delicious and balanced dishes that are guaranteed to light up any barbecue.
  • AZGKO
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    While information science draws distinctions between 'information', signals and data, artists from the 1960s to the present have questioned the validity and value of such boundaries. Artists have investigated information's materiality, in signs, records and traces; its immateriality, in hidden codes, structures and flows; its embodiment, in instructions, social interaction and political agency; its overload, or uncontrollable excess, challenging utopian notions of networked society; its potential for misinformation and disinformation, subliminally altering our perceptions; and its post-digital unruliness, unsettling fixed notions of history and place. This anthology provides the first art-historical reassessment of information-based art in relation to data structures and exhibition curation, examining landmark exhibitions and re-examining work by artists of the 1960s to early 1980s, from Les Levine and N.E.Thing Co. to General Idea and Jenny Holzer.David Askewold, Iain Baxter, Guy Bleus, Heath Bunting, CAMP (Shaina Anand & Ashok Sukumaran), Ami Clarke, Richard Cochrane, Rod Dickinson, Hans Haacke, Graham Harwood, Jenny Holzer, Joseph Kosuth, Christine Kozlov, Steve Lambert and the Yes Men, Oliver Laric, Les Levine, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Muntadas, Erhan Muratoglu, Raqs Media Collective, Erica Scourti, Stelarc, Thomson & Craighead, Angie Waller, Stephen Willats, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Elizabeth Vander Zaag. Writers include James Bridle, Matthew Fuller, Francesca Gallo, Lizzie Homersham, Antony Hudek, Eduardo Kac, Friedrich Kittler, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, Scott Lash, Alessandro Ludovico, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Charu Maithani, Suhail Malik, Armin Medosch, Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi, Craig Saper, Jorinde Seijdel, Tom Sherman, Felix Stalder, McKenzie Wark, Benjamin Weil.