What's for Dinner? is the perfect solution to the mid-week dinner dilemma. It's ideal for busy people who have run out of meal ideas or bored with the tired,old classics . The recipes are easy to follow and make, and the ingredients are available in supermarkets. With chapters like On the Stove, In the Oven andOn the Grill, it's easy to fi nd something to whip up in no time at all. Recipes include Baked pasta with tomatoes and mozzarella, Spanish rice with chicken,peas and lemon, Sesame and ginger beef fi llet with coriander noodles, Lamb and haloumi kebabs, Moroccan spiced roast beef, Thai green chicken curry, and Pea and asparagus salad with feta and prosciutto. There are also plenty of recipe variations to accommodate even the fussiest eaters. Also included are delicious sweet recipes such as molten chocolate puddings, chai-spiced bread and butter pudding and baked pears with cardamom and caramel sauce. There are introductions for each recipe, where Michele includes her own tips as well as serving suggestions. The recipes are triple-tested so will work brilliantly every time and are easy to follow, making them ideal for beginner cooks. This is a book that belongs in every kitchen and contains recipes you will love to cook over and over again. Fully illustrated throughout, it is sure to become a well-used favourite.