Comments for en-gb 30 Thu 25 Dec 2014 07:39:01 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at roytigr This isn't a comment really, after watching masterchef the professionals one of the chefs mentioned a book that he had found on food presentation called 'how to work to the plate' i have been searching the web for it and can not find has anyone ay ideas where i can get this book from and what the real title is so that i can purchase it. I wish to have this book for my college course although it is not neccessary just for personal use on haow to present food in the college restaraunt etc especially when we are in the training kitchens.Many thanks for all you help Wed 24 Sep 2008 11:26:12 GMT+1 thingirlsrus This post has been Removed Sun 21 Sep 2008 04:58:37 GMT+1 palmercooking There are some nice recipes, but I like my food to look a bit more apetizing. Pams diet food looks like a child has moshed up some ingredients. Also, it doesn't look like good diet food, too much carbs and it's a right old plate full!Kitchen Appliances Sat 20 Sep 2008 09:39:52 GMT+1 qashif I think its means is pre-checked. Sat 13 Sep 2008 08:53:51 GMT+1 qashif Yummy! Very nice and easy to cook recipes, but I should gave 100 out of 100 to “Pistachio and Potato Mash”. Did any one try the same?????????????(A56-James White)Outsourcing Solution in Pakistan Sat 13 Sep 2008 08:51:45 GMT+1 Andy Nicolson This post has been Removed Wed 10 Sep 2008 10:33:23 GMT+1 Aperitif Then share, Mr McNickle, share! Tue 09 Sep 2008 18:16:55 GMT+1 David_McNickle Aper 9, And the raspberry wine is delicious.TIH 10, The broccoli (last photo) has too much sauce or is covered to hide the fact that it is overcooked. Nice tray, though... A W-T (The Garden Gnome) Did you ever get your apri- caught? Painful Tue 09 Sep 2008 10:03:54 GMT+1 U10783173 Ap (7) - I agree that most of it doesn't look very appetising. And as for Finnian Rook's Irish Breakfast - sacrilege! There is no fadge in it! Tue 09 Sep 2008 09:56:10 GMT+1 Aperitif Only your word for that David (8) :-) Tue 09 Sep 2008 09:41:26 GMT+1 David_McNickle Aper 7, My spag bol looks very edible.... Tue 09 Sep 2008 09:31:37 GMT+1 Aperitif Perhaps I ought to keep this thought to myslef, but most of this food looks really... unpleasant. I don't think I'll be buying a PM recipe book if these are the pictures in it! Tue 09 Sep 2008 09:24:25 GMT+1 ApratimMukherjee Great recipies..even I have taken my dinner,these look yummy..Some vegeterian dishes would have been icing to the cake... Mon 08 Sep 2008 17:33:56 GMT+1 David_McNickle Still no photo of my spag bol and homemade raspberry wine. Guess I upset the garden gnome. Mon 08 Sep 2008 16:04:46 GMT+1 mittfh In about an hour's time (when I get home), I'll email across pics of Friday and Saturday's dinners.Friday: Chicken Kiev (garlic butter), 2x Jacket Spuds (I'm too lazy to peel / chop / boil!), runner beans (from garden). Plus a glass of white zindafel (last of the bottle).Saturday: Haddock, 2x Jacket Spuds, runner beans (reheated leftovers from Friday - I cooked too many!).Am I boring or am I boring? Mon 08 Sep 2008 15:48:14 GMT+1 Mrs Effingham Eddie does have a very nice recipe for Parma ham. Mon 08 Sep 2008 15:07:54 GMT+1 annasee Yes of course! Why didn't someone think of it before? The PM recipe book. What could be more appropriate for a tea-time news programme? And you only have to look at the pictures here to see PM listeners are a group who enjoy their food.Perhaps Eddie could be persuaded to include his famously imaginative recipe for wraps with cumin and onion? (By the sound of it, it could be a useful recipe for anyone with a persistent double-glazing salesman reluctant to leave your premises. Or maybe even a recalcitrant tenant refusing to leave a property?) Mon 08 Sep 2008 14:46:30 GMT+1 RJMolesworth I think the PM nutritionalist should pick a winner and the contributor should publish the recipe. Ah, now that's an idea. The PM Recipe Book to go with Hugh's Travel Book. Mon 08 Sep 2008 12:58:39 GMT+1