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Television host and Martha Stewart Living's Executive Food Director, Quinn forays into the tricky world of feeding men with this colorful volume, awash in Stewart's clean, classy and crowd-pleasing aesthetic. Though the emphasis is on men, Quinn's instructions keep the whole family in mind, especially the woman doing the cooking: tips on shopping with kids, stretching leftovers, stocking the freezer and finding healthy drinks are welcome considerations. Quinn's tendency to ramble can be amusing (getting fresh eggs from Martha Stewart herself) but are largely unnecessary; when she cuts the chatter and rolls up her sleeves, classic fare such as omelets, Italian Pressed Sandwiches, roast chicken and spaghetti with meatballs (in a from-scratch tomato sauce) make a strong impression. Moreover, her Brined and Oven-Roasted Turkey should become a regular Thanksgiving centerpiece. Still, Quinn isn't reinventing the wheel here, just offering a hip presentation for a solid list of standards. Aficionados of Everyday Food and Martha Stewart Living will get the most out of the book, but those new to the kitchen will find Quinn a helpful shoulder to lean on in the face of an important family dinner.
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Don't let the trying-too-hard title fool you. This cookbook is indispensable for anyone who cooks (or wants to cook) family meals. Read morePublished 14 days ago
Worth every cent. We have devoured this book, and I love that it's well-made enough to withstand the teeth and fork-marks from being in the kitchen. Some really innovative recipes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cathryn Clark
My favorite cooking show!!! And now my favorite cookbook!!!!This would make a wonderful wedding gift, so many delicious recipes with detailed information and still on the healthy... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nanette Fino
Very few good food interpretations: anything that has a quote: "Boys and men seem to have.." or "Manly Jobs" needs to go in the dumbassery category.Published 5 months ago by D. Roy
a friend asked me to get it for her so I did but I don't know how they liked it because they moved awayPublished 6 months ago by MICHELE TRACY
this is a real keeper...the recipes are soooo good..and easy too. This is the way alot of US cook now. I highly recommend this book.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer