Dairy Book of Home Cookery

Last Monday evening I took part in a very enjoyable research group with 13 ladies.

Each had been using the Dairy Book of Home Cookery over the past few weeks and had recorded their thoughts on it in the Dairy Diary.

Dairy Book of Home CookeryWe were trying to find out how to improve the book for its new launch next year – the overwhelming response was ‘don’t fix it if it aint broke’! Everyone who uses this book – from young to old – loves it! So with a few very minor teaks I think we can make a great book even better. The ‘tweaks’ we agreed on were:

  • Modern cover
  • New more contemporary recipe shots
  • Nutritional information for each recipe
  • Better portion sizes (this was its only criticism)
  • The addition of some new ‘classics’, such as wraps, tacos and risottos
  • Remove fondues!

As a Dairy Book of Home Cookery fan, do you have any suggestions for the new book?

Win a set of silicone cup cakesWin a set of muffin cases
Many like to use the book for baking. As a very special treat I have a set of 8 silicone muffin cases to give away.  To win visit http://www.dairydiary.co.uk/mailinglist.html

You will have to wait for a sneak preview of the Dairy Book of Home Cookery, but try these irresistible Orange Iced Cup Cakes from Good Food, Fast – Dairy Cookbook, available from September..

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1 Comment

  1. muriel Wilkinson says:

    I got my 2011 diary from my milkman yesterday and couldn’t wait to browse through it. It’s fantastic, as usual, BUT
    my complaint is on page 26.

    You mention six kinds of bottle tops, but not mine!
    I and my family have been drinking green top from a local farm for the last 39 years since we moved here to Cumbria in 1971.
    Let’s hear it for the real thing!
    And don’t you dare miss it out again! And don’t go calling it ‘raw milk’ either, the way some ignorant people do!

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