WIN Sarah Graham's book: Bitten

sarah graham bitten

Bitten is a collection of simple, down-to-earth and healthy, no-mess-no-fuss recipes that almost anyone can cook. Written by food blogger Sarah Graham, it is a companion of convenience, the blog-themed writing style ensures that the writer/reader relationship is established right off the bat.

It is a quirky cross between a food memoir and a cookbook with un-intimidating recipes. Besides delicious dishes, there are handy hints for the novice and reluctant cook, cooking and baking tips, and kitchen and baking starter kits.

Here is a taste-peek into the book:

The ultimate lamb curry - a gorgeous fragrant curry.

Peanut sesame chicken - this is a 'dead easy' recipe, packed with flavour.

Beef and beer pie - what could be better than that?

Sarah Graham loves food and cooking, and believes anyone can cook delicious food. Whilst Sarah has attended numerous cooking demos and short courses she is not a classically trained chef and likes to think of herself as a 'thoughtful cook'. She started her food blog  afoodieliveshere in May 2010. 

You can WIN one of 3 delicious copies of this lovely book.

Just answer a  simple question....

This competition closed on 01 March 2012 at 05:00:00 PM
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