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Take One Tin: 80 delicious meals from the storecupboard

Lola Dorothy Herxheimer Milne, Lola Milne

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Budget cookery

Celebrate the versatility of the tin with this collection of simple, affordable and tasty recipes!

Our kitchen cupboards are full of tins - tomatoes, chickpeas, tuna, kidney beans, sardines, sweetcorn, even figs - that often are used as an addition to a recipe but never the main ingredient. TAKE ONE TIN is a celebration of tinned ingredients, offering 80 recipes that take one tin and make it the focus of the meal.

Arranged to showcase the range of tins available, the chapters begin with the staple that is Beans and Pulses, followed by Tomatoes and Vegetables, which play a central role in countless dishes, then Fish, and finally Fruit and Sweet Tins. The last chapter offers a few tasty accompaniments to eat alongside your meal.

Lola's creative but simple recipes, such as jackfruit & red kidney bean chilli, sweetcorn fritters, Sri Lankan mackerel curry and pineapple, coconut & lime upside down cake make the absolute most of ingredients you will already have, topped up with some fresh ingredients. Substitutions are also suggested should you not have every ingredient to hand.

Save money, be creative and waste less food by looking in your cupboard instead of visiting the supermarket.

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Lola Dorothy Herxheimer Milne

Lola's eyes were opened to the world of cookbooks, food photography and styling when she did work experience with Jamie Oliver and his food team. After school, she went to Glasgow School of Art and studied Fine Art Photography, though food continued to weave through her work there. After graduating she decided to return to the world of food styling and started working in the kitchens of cafes and bakeries while doing work experience with food stylists. She then progressed to assisting full time and then to being a stylist herself, expanding along the way into recipe testing and then writing.

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