The Big Book of Fabulous Food 150 flavour-packed recipes to make you feel great


After bursting onto the food scene in 2009, Jane Kennedy established herself as a much-loved healthful foodie. After selling ____ books, Jane is back with a 'best of' of her bestselling books.

The Big Book of Fabulous Food shares 150 great recipes—19 of which are new!—that are fast, fresh and bursting with flavour. They will also make you feel fantastic. These are dishes for every day in the home, for entertaining family and friends and for those nights when you couldn’t be bothered cooking and are tempted to just get takeaway.

The recipes are easy to follow and beautifully illustrated. Whether you’re after new ideas for brunch, comforting classics without the calories, inspiring salads to take to work, or hearty dinners, this is your new way of cooking — packed full of flavour but without the boombah!

"These are dishes for every day in the home, for entertaining family and friends and for those nights when you can't be bothered cooking and are tempted to just get take-away" - Vani Naidoo, Bribie Weekly

"If you’re looking for something to add to your repertoire without adding to your waistline, consider The Big Book of Fabulous Food." - Margaret Linley, Geelong Advertiser

"Jane Kennedy's fourth contribution to the world of cookbooks is a welcome one." - Shaunagh O'Connor, Weekly Times

"When it tastes good and doesn’t hang around on the hips, you’ve got to consider it a winner." Margaret Linley, Geelong Advertiser

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ISBN:

9781743790502

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

304

Dimensions:

29cm x 23cm

RRP:

$45.00

Category:

Food , Sport

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 October 2015

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jane Kennedy

Jane Kennedy began her career in the late 1980s alongside comedy team The D-Generation on a No.1 breakfast radio show and on television with The Late Show. Most recently she has taken up a role on the Channel 9 show House Husbands, where she is appearing as a doctor. Aside from her comedy life, cooking has been what she loves for as long as she can remember. Now living in Melbourne with partner Rob Sitch and their five children (in her words,