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Helen Thomas
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I'd swear a whole year's dinners on Delia Smith's books.

Do you know how to pan-sear a duck breast ?
Or which cut of beef to use for fajitas ?

Skirt steak.

It's all in How to Peel a Peach by Perla Meyers. A year's cooking class between two covers.

St John in London's Smithfield meat market has existed since the 17th Century. The chef-owner has published the restaurant cook-book.
The Whole Beast : Nose to Tail Eating It list pig trotters, ox tongues, lamb's brains, duck legs, jugged hare and hairy tatties.
Foodstuffs of childhood rhymes.
[ July 23, 2004: Message edited by: Helen Thomas ]

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Jeroen Wenting
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You would enjoy Nanny Ogg's cookbook, by "A Witch".
ISBN 0385600054

I agree. Here's the link:
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