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Hot & Spicy (Australian Women's Weekly)

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Fiery and fragrant snacks, soups, chillies, curries and salads. This book is for those who love chillies and those yet to be converted.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 31st 1996 by Whitecap Books (first published May 1996)
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Jan 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This cookbook is one of my best friends.

As a Women's Weekly book, it has reliable, well-tested and clearly written recipes and photos. The recipes featured range from the mildly spicy to the ridiculous, and most can be adjusted to allow for personal preference.

A few of my favourites in this book include a beef curry served in individual tiny pumpkins; tiny cheese and mustard tartlets; and a fantastically seasoned baked fish. There is, inevitably, a bias towards Indian, SE Asian and Mexican food
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An editor of cookbooks for the Australian Women's Weekly.

For a listing of Australian Women's Weekly cookbooks that have not be categorised into editors see: Australian Women's Weekly. The biography of this author also includes links to other food editors for the Australian Women's Weekly.
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