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Don Tillman’s Standardized Meal System

Don Tillman’s Standardized Meal System: Recipes and Tips from the Star of the Rosie Novels

Graeme Simsion



‘So, you cook this same meal every Tuesday, right?’
‘Correct.’ I listed the eight major advantages of the Standardised Meal System.
1. No need to accumulate recipe books.
2. Standard shopping list—hence very efficient shopping.
3. Almost zero waste—nothing in the refrigerator or pantry unless required for one of the recipes.
4. Diet planned and nutritionally balanced in advance.
5. No time wasted wondering what to cook.
6. No mistakes, no unpleasant surprises.
7. Excellent food, superior to most restaurants at a much lower price (see point 3).
8. Minimal cognitive load required.
‘Cognitive load?’
‘The cooking procedures are in my cerebellum—virtually no conscious effort is required.’
‘Like riding a bike.’
‘Correct.’

Here at last, by popular demand, is the weekly system of food preparation that Professor Don Tillman, star of the Rosie trilogy, lives by—everything from his signature lobster salad to the world’s best risotto, across the four seasons. This essential guide also includes handy tips about losing weight, mixing cocktails and stress-free entertaining.

Don Tillman’s Standardized Meal System will not only show you how to make delicious meals: it will open your mind a different way of shopping, cooking and living. The Don Tillman way.

Graeme Simsion
About the Author

Graeme Simsion is the internationally bestselling author of The Rosie Project, The Rosie Effect and The Rosie Result, featuring Professor Don Tillman, as well as The Best of Adam Sharp and, with Anne Buist, Two Steps Forward.

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Extent:
176pp
Format:
Hardback
Text publication date:
3 December 2019
ISBN:
9781922268167
AU Price:
$19.99
NZ Price:
$24.00
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