When I bought my food processor recently I looked around (on Amazon) for a suitable cooking book and was surprised at how little choice there was.
This book, although available via Amazon, was published in 1990 and is now out of print. However despite being 25 years old it is really good and I am so glad I got it.
I haven’t bought a Mary Berry book before although I have, of course, heard of her. Having read this book, however, I will certainly be investing in a few more.
This is an excellent guide to using the food processor (which it seems has not, in essence, changed much over the past 25 years).
Mary starts off with some excellent tips, and then takes us through all the types of recipe, from starters, through mains, puddings and preserves, to drinks at the end.
All are clearly explained and are made easier by the use of the food processor. Mary also tells you which blades you need to use which is helpful.
I have had this book less than a week and I have already made three things from it (rillettes de porc, lamb koftas and pheasant Normandy) and I can see that I will be making many more.
Highly recommended if you want guidance on how use your food processor. You can buy the book here from Amazon. (note – I only paid £7.62 for my copy so if it says a lot more than this, check out some of the other sellers).