Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Why don't we use our recipes?

The Guardian

By Matthew Fort

Research suggests that of the 171m cookery books owned by aspiring home cooks, 61m are never opened. And while this still means 110m are still out there gathering splodges of fat and gravy stains in the line of duty, the survey found that the average Briton will try only 35 of the recipes within. Of that supposedly burgeoning class of male cooks, only 28% will try a new recipe (as against 71% of women).

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