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Cooks Companion (book)


Whether your taste is for foie gras or fry-ups, this tasty compilation of the wise, the weird and the faintly absurd will soon have you asking for more. The Cook's Companion is an essential ingredient in any kitchen and is boiling over with foodie facts, fiction, science, history and trivia. With just a sponful of browsing you will discover who invented the tin can , what an arachibutyophobiac might be scared of, why square meals are square, what to do when your souffle won't rise, who risked his life to smuggle seven coffee beans, why rhubarb can be dangerous, what Little Jack Horner really had in that pie. These and hundreds more delicious scraps of information await you. [1]