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Release Date:January 1978. Publisher:Budgety Books.
Australian Country Style Cooking. Design for living in Australia. Kitchen design for Australian homes. Two hundred years of Australian cooking.
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Published by Paul Hamlyn, 1970 By Babette Hayes & April Hersey · Photography Rodney Weidland · Book Designer Barbara Beckett ISBN 0 600 300161. The first book of its kind to be published in Australia, Australian Style examines what was happening in Australian interior design and furniture in the 1970s with 236 pages of magnificent colour and black & white illustrations and input from then architects, designers and interior designers. 200 Years of Australian Cooking: The Captain Cook Book.
Babette Hayes, writer and designer, is a pioneer in the art of the .
Babette Hayes, writer and designer, is a pioneer in the art of the Australian cookbook. During the 1970s she wrote many recipe books, starting with The Captain Cook Book: 200 years of Australian Cooking (1970), which traced the history of such local offerings as the carpetbag steak. Family Fare (1971), Australian Country-Style Cooking (1978) and Babette Hayes Talks About Food (1979) followed.
Interior Designer Babette Hayes is respected for her work in promoting . Its fifty years since I came to Australia.
Interior Designer Babette Hayes is respected for her work in promoting quality design through her pages in Belle, Vogue. It is nearly forty years since I became an Australian citizen .
Babette Cole (Jersey, 10 September 1950 – 15 January 2017) was an English children's writer and illustrator. Cole was born on Jersey in the Channel Islands. She attended the Canterbury College of Art (now the University for the Creative Arts) and received first-class BA Honours. She worked on such children's programmes as Bagpuss (working with Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin) and Jackanory for BBC television.