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You Shouldn't Have Gone To So Much Trouble, Darling

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A collection of must-have recipes for entertaining from the ever-popular Jo Seagar.

This wonderful cookbook has stood the test of time. The delicious recipes are designed to be easy to cook, inexpensive and sure to impress the guests. Jo's philosophy of 'Maximum effect for minimum effort' reigns supreme.

This collection includes every recipe you need for successful entertain
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 1st 1998 by Random House UK Ltd
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Jo Seagar — dubbed ‘cook of the nation' by Next magazine — is the hugely successful bestselling cookbook author and TV cook, famed for her catch-cries of ‘Easy peasy' and ‘Maximum effect for minimum effort'.

Trained as a cordon bleu chef in Paris and London, for many years Seagar was a columnist for North & South magazine, while running popular Hartley's restaurant in Auckland. She also wrote f
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