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Lindsey Bareham

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Lindsey Bareham started to cook seriously when she was asked to edit the restaurant section of Time Out and has built a reputation for recipes that always work, taste good and are easy to achieve, even by the most inexperienced cook. She wrote a daily after-work recipe for the Evening Standard for eight years and currently writes the much-loved Dinner Tonight column for The Times. She is the author of twelve cookery books including In Praise of the Potato, A Celebration of Soup, Dinner in a Dash and The Fish Store. She wrote The Prawn Cocktail Years with Simon Hopkinson and helped him write Roast Chicken and Other Stories, which has been voted The Most Useful Cookery Book Ever by chefs and food writers.

Books by Lindsey Bareham

One Pot Wonders

The go-to cookbook for the new year, with 100 comforting as well as healthy one-pot dishes for those who don't want a post-Christmas diet.

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The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales

An enticing new collection of recipes from acclaimed food writer and Times columnist Lindsey Bareham

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Roast Chicken and Other Stories

Now available in paperbook format, Roast Chicken and Other Stories is the winner of the prestigious Andre Simon Food Book of the Year award 1994, Glenfiddich award 1995 and the Waitrose Food Illustrated award in 2005

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