Category Archive: The Food I Love by Neil Perry

The Cookbook Guru for December…Our Greatest Hits

December is a month of madness in (and out of) the kitchen for us all and as a consequence here at The Cookbook Guru we are spending the month sharing some of our… Continue reading

The Neil Perry Roundup

July was one of those months where things you don’t plan to happen, happen.  It was also a month of holidays for a lot of our members were away so one way or… Continue reading

Spicy Tomato Soup

Originally posted on Lona's in the kitchen:
I do try to follow a recipe as it is written, I really do, but the way I see it is a recipe is there…

Easy Lime Syrup Cake

Originally posted on ALMOST ITALIAN:
Limes seem to be everywhere this season. Strangely, they have become more prolific and cheaper than lemons. My garden lime trees are thriving, with fruit and further flowers…

Neil Perry’s Tomato Jam

Originally posted on Sharing The Food We Love:
We’re firm lovers of chutneys, sauces, salsa’s and kasundi’s in this house, so when I saw this recipe in Neil Perry’s The Food I Love…

Kitchen Reality, Broccoli and Neil Perry.

Originally posted on ALMOST ITALIAN:
The sad part about returning home after a long journey is the absence of decent ‘hired help’. Where’s the menu? Who will make my bed? Reality is slowly…

Braised Peas

Originally posted on Sharing The Food We Love:
This month we are cooking from Neil Perry’s The Food I Love and I have to be honest and admit that I’ve owned this book…

Italian style zucchini and parmesan cheese soup

Our very first contribution of the month with a warming and luscious soup recipe that is sure to please the adults and kids at the table. Enjoy, Leah

The Value Of Mise En Place

In what seems a life time ago, I spent almost a decade working in kitchens, starting my working life helping out my mum in her catering business, before moving on to work in… Continue reading

The Cookbook Guru for July: Neil Perry’s The Food I Love

Neil Perry is an icon in the Australian food scene. In an era when chefs worked in kitchens, not in front of TV camera’s he was possibly one of the first I am familiar with to… Continue reading

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