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Download free recipe cards

Updated Thursday 14th September 2006

Download our free recipe cards

Paul’s Warm Chorizo Salad Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Production team

We did say "first come, first served!" and our free recipe cards were so popular that they are now out of print. We apologise to anyone who has been disappointed.

However, the recipes from the series are available on the following pages:

Previous series

Series four recipes

You can view all the recipes online, including those from series 4. You can also view the full menu which has details of all the foods Ever Wondered About Food has covered, including those from series 4:

Series three recipes

You can download zip files of the recipe cards from the first three series. To do this:

  1. Right-click on one of the links.
  2. Click on "Save Target As" from the menu that appears.
  3. Choose where you'd like the file to be saved.

You can also download the individual recipes as separate PDF files. Either way you'll need the free Adobe Reader to view the cards (many computers have this already).

Series three recipe cards zip file (3.8 MB)

Series two recipes

Series two recipe cards zip file (1 MB)

Series one recipes

Series one recipe cards zip file (300K)

 

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