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1 Alexander, Stephanie A Cook's Life
Lantern (Penguin) 2012 Hardcover Excellent Very Good 
362pp, 2 photo sections, 800g to post. With the Cook's Companion front and centre in half a million kitchens, Stephanie Alexander is the very definition of a household name. Each day thousands turn to her 'food bible' for the most reliable recipes and advice. But before Stephanie Alexander penned a word for the emerging food media, let alone for the Cook's Companion, she had spent decades avidly documenting food experiences. Shaped by her mother's dedication to good food and her father's love of reading, she trained as a librarian and all the while observed, assessed and re-created the dishes she loved. Her monthly university allowance rarely lasted more than a week - all spent on pan-fried flounder and chestnut Mont Blanc. She was seduced over pain Poîlane while working as an au pair in Paris, and later over ackee and saltfish in London. In 1966, with no formal culinary training and a newborn baby, but brimming with confidence and sheer determination, she opened Jamaica House with her first husband. the personal toll was great and it was many years until she emerged on the restaurant scene again. Stephanie's Restaurant would become part of Melbourne food folklore, permanently raising the bar for restaurant dining in Australia. At the time of its opening, in 1976, a salad to most people meant iceberg lettuce, no-one had heard of goat's cheese and ginger came in a tin. Over the next twenty-one years, in her quest for the sort of produce she had enjoyed while living and travelling in Europe, Stephanie championed small local suppliers or grew it herself. Her indefatigable determination and single-minded vision have influenced - and sometimes intimidated - a generation of chefs, cooks and diners. and now her Kitchen Garden Foundation is inspiring tens of thousands of primary school children across Australia to grow and cook their own food. A Cook's Life is a very personal account of one woman's uncompromising commitment to good food, and of how it shaped her life and changed the eating habits of a nation. 
Price: 25.00 AUD
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2 Alexander Stephanie A SHARED TABLE
Viking, Penguin, Australia 1999 0 670 88663 7 / 9780670886630 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good/Good Photography By Simon Griffiths 
"This is a book about food in Australia - a completely fresh approach to the culture, the landscape, the people and the produce." Based on the ABC televison series of the same name. Describes culinary experiences in 7 regions of Australia - south west WA, Kangaroo Island, Victoria's Western District, Melbourne, north east Tasmania, Sydney and Noosa and its hinterland. Lavishly illustrated. Provides recipes. Includes suggestions for further reading and an index. The author is a well-known chef who established an award-winning restaurant. She was awarded the Order of Australia in 1994 for services to the hospitality industry. Her other publications include 'The Cook's Companion'. 248 pp & about 1.6kgs packed for post, corner bumped upper right front. 
Price: 38.00 AUD
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3 Alexander Stephanie A SHARED TABLE
Viking, Penguin, Australia 1999 0 670 88663 7 / 9780670886630 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Photography By Simon Griffiths 
"This is a book about food in Australia - a completely fresh approach to the culture, the landscape, the people and the produce." Based on the ABC televison series of the same name. Describes culinary experiences in 7 regions of Australia - south west WA, Kangaroo Island, Victoria's Western District, Melbourne, north east Tasmania, Sydney and Noosa and its hinterland. Lavishly illustrated. Provides recipes. Includes suggestions for further reading and an index. The author is a well-known chef who established an award-winning restaurant. She was awarded the Order of Australia in 1994 for services to the hospitality industry. Her other publications include 'The Cook's Companion'. 248 pp & about 1.6kgs packed for post, corner bumps, prev owner name. 
Price: 41.00 AUD
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4 Alexander Stephanie A SHARED TABLE
Viking, Penguin, Australia 1999 0 670 88663 7 / 9780670886630 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good/Good Photography By Simon Griffiths 
"This is a book about food in Australia - a completely fresh approach to the culture, the landscape, the people and the produce." Based on the ABC televison series of the same name. Describes culinary experiences in 7 regions of Australia - south west WA, Kangaroo Island, Victoria's Western District, Melbourne, north east Tasmania, Sydney and Noosa and its hinterland. Lavishly illustrated. Provides recipes. Includes suggestions for further reading and an index. The author is a well-known chef who established an award-winning restaurant. She was awarded the Order of Australia in 1994 for services to the hospitality industry. Her other publications include 'The Cook's Companion'. 248 pp & about 1.6kgs packed for post, corner bumped upper right front. 
Price: 40.00 AUD
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5 Alexander, Stephanie Stephanie's feasts and Stories
Allen & Unwin 1988 Hardcover Very Good Very Good/Good 
Feasts and stories draws on a very broad palate, from settings in countries as varied as France, Italy, England, Greece, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Australia. It celebrates eating and food, how people live, what makes their life exciting, and how food is linked to events of significance. It demonstrates Stephanie's interest in both understanding traditional ethnic boundaries and in absoring culinary details of various cultures into what is her own very personal style. 305 crisp pp with nice photography & lineart as well. 2 pp have been folded & unfolded approx 1.1kg packed for post. 
Price: 22.00 AUD
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6 Alexander, Stephanie Stephanie's feasts and Stories
Allen & Unwin 1992 Softcover Very Good None issued 
Feasts and stories draws on a very broad palate, from settings in countries as varied as France, Italy, England, Greece, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Australia. It celebrates eating and food, how people live, what makes their life exciting, and how food is linked to events of significance. It demonstrates Stephanie's interest in both understanding traditional ethnic boundaries and in absoring culinary details of various cultures into what is her own very personal style. 305 crisp pp with nice photography & lineart as well. Rear of cover has a short diagonal crease upper right corner. approx 900g packed for post. 
Price: 23.00 AUD
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7 Alexander, Stephanie Stephanie's feasts and Stories
Allen & Unwin 1992 Softcover Very Good None issued 
Feasts and stories draws on a very broad palate, from settings in countries as varied as France, Italy, England, Greece, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Australia. It celebrates eating and food, how people live, what makes their life exciting, and how food is linked to events of significance. It demonstrates Stephanie's interest in both understanding traditional ethnic boundaries and in absoring culinary details of various cultures into what is her own very personal style. 305 crisp pp with nice photography & lineart as well. Covers VG. approx 900g packed for post. 
Price: 26.00 AUD
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8 Alexander, Stephanie Stephanie's Journal
Australia Viking 1999 Hardcover Very Good None issued 
Stephanie Alexander is a cook, restaurateur and food writer. After studying to become a librarian and traveling the world at the age of 21 she began her first restaurant, Jamaican House. Her next venture was Stephanie's Restaurant in Fitzroy before moving to Hawthorn in 1980. Stephanie's Restaurant closed in 1997 after operating for 21 years. She went on to publish several cookbooks, including her incredibly popular alphabetical guide to ingredients and cooking, The Cook's Companion. Stephanie is the niece of the journalist Wilfred Burchett. This "Journal" is Stephanie's personal account of a year of both difficulties and promise, which saw the opening of the Richmond Hill Cafe & Larder, the closure of the celebrated restaurant, Stephanie's, the publication of two books, cooking schools in Tuscany with Maggie Beer and many warm, wonderful times with family and friends. A special selection of recipes is sprinkled throughout. Illustrated paper covered boards, cloth spine with gilt titling, silk ribbon marker. Book is in very good order with all pp clean white & tightly bound, gift inscription inside - 374pp & a kilo to post. A great addition to your shelf/ves ( I hope it's the latter ) - as per our mi-tshirtdotcom apron > "You can never have too many cookbooks." 
Price: 23.00 AUD
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9 Alexander, Stephanie Stephanie's Journal
Australia Viking 1999 Hardcover Very Good None issued 
Stephanie Alexander is a cook, restaurateur and food writer. After studying to become a librarian and traveling the world at the age of 21 she began her first restaurant, Jamaican House. Her next venture was Stephanie's Restaurant in Fitzroy before moving to Hawthorn in 1980. Stephanie's Restaurant closed in 1997 after operating for 21 years. She went on to publish several cookbooks, including her incredibly popular alphabetical guide to ingredients and cooking, The Cook's Companion. Stephanie is the niece of the journalist Wilfred Burchett. This "Journal" is Stephanie's personal account of a year of both difficulties and promise, which saw the opening of the Richmond Hill Cafe & Larder, the closure of the celebrated restaurant, Stephanie's, the publication of two books, cooking schools in Tuscany with Maggie Beer and many warm, wonderful times with family and friends. A special selection of recipes is sprinkled throughout. Illustrated paper covered boards, cloth spine with gilt titling, silk ribbon marker. Book is in top notch order with all pp clean white & tightly bound, 374pp & a kilo to post. A great addition to your shelf/ves ( I hope it's the latter ) - as per a mi-tshirt apron > "You can never have too many cookbooks." 
Price: 23.00 AUD
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10 Alexander, Stephanie Stephanie's Journal
Australia Viking 1999 Hardcover Very Good None issued 
Stephanie Alexander is a cook, restaurateur and food writer. After studying to become a librarian and traveling the world at the age of 21 she began her first restaurant, Jamaican House. Her next venture was Stephanie's Restaurant in Fitzroy before moving to Hawthorn in 1980. Stephanie's Restaurant closed in 1997 after operating for 21 years. She went on to publish several cookbooks, including her incredibly popular alphabetical guide to ingredients and cooking, The Cook's Companion. Stephanie is the niece of the journalist Wilfred Burchett. This "Journal" is Stephanie's personal account of a year of both difficulties and promise, which saw the opening of the Richmond Hill Cafe & Larder, the closure of the celebrated restaurant, Stephanie's, the publication of two books, cooking schools in Tuscany with Maggie Beer and many warm, wonderful times with family and friends. A special selection of recipes is sprinkled throughout. Illustrated paper covered boards, cloth spine with gilt titling, silk ribbon marker. Book is in very good order with all pp clean white & tightly bound, bar a small "splot" on pp 84/5 - 374pp & a kilo to post. A great addition to your shelf/ves ( I hope it's the latter ) - as per our mi-tshirtdotcom apron > "You can never have too many cookbooks." 
Price: 23.00 AUD
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11 Alexander Stephanie STEPHANIE'S MENUS FOR FOOD LOVERS
Mandarin 1995 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good None issued 
Very Good condition. Clean pages and tight binding. No inscription. Clean and unmarked covers. Clean compressed page edge. Black and white illustrations & colour pix are scattered throughout. "Stephanie's secret is her intuitive feel for and sheer delight in food: the ingredients are seasonal and fresh, the combinations of flavours and textures are exciting- quality and perfection are never compromised in her kitchen". 238pp & 800g to post. 
Price: 22.00 AUD
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12 Alexander, Stephanie The Kitchen Garden Companion: Dig, Plant, Water, Grow, Harvest, Chop, Cook
UK Quadrille 2010 Hard Cover Excellent Excellent 
The Kitchen Garden Companion: Dig, Plant, Water, Grow, Harvest, Chop, Cook by Alexander is a masterwork of garden & cooking inspiration. Nearly 740 wonderfully illustrated pp with its distinctive cloth cover, heading towards 2 kilos. Stephanie Alexander Published by Quadrille Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom (2010) ISBN 10: 1844008789 ISBN 13: 9781844008780 New Hardcover Quantity Available: 10 From: The Book Depository US (London, United Kingdom) Bookseller Rating: 5-star rating Add Book to Shopping Basket Price: US$ 43.18 (A$ 59.51) Convert Currency Shipping: US$ 2.24 (A$ 3.09) From United Kingdom to Australia 
Price: 60.00 AUD
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13 Beer, Maggie & Alexander, Stephanie Tuscan Cookbook
Melbourne Viking 1998 Hardcover Fine Fine Simon Griffiths (photos) 
What a treat this is, 224 sumptuous pp - the art/photography throughout should really put this into our art category rather than cooking but .... Beer & Alexander need no intro & their food passion is a joy in this quality production. Faults? only that I have to sell it rather than keep it, grrrr! approx 1.5kg packed weight. 
Price: 38.00 AUD
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