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"Men don't cook." People tell me this all the time. That's a load of bull--we've been charring giant slabs of meat ever since we discovered fire.
The difference now is that we have better things to do. Why slave over a hot stove when we could be cooking up plans for a golf outing? Or warming up at the gym? Or making things sizzle in the bedroom?
Here's why: because sometimes you want a break from the local Burger-Rama. Sometimes you want a decent home-cooked meal.
Not worth it, you say? It is if you use the can. The can is fast. The can is healthy. It's even cheaper than that Burger-Rama mega-deal. The can holds the secret to every great guy meal.
When you come home from an insane day at work and open the fridge to find nothing but a slice of 3-week-old pizza, remember the can. If the guys are coming over to watch the game and you need some food to throw at the TV, turn to the can. When your girl insists that you cook something for a change, you've got it in the can.
With the recipes in this book, you can easily whip up 50 simple, healthy meals. This food does everything from prevent heart disease and prostate cancer to boost your immune system and energy levels. And it tastes damn fine, too. You don't need a culinary degree to make it. You don't need any fancy ingredients. All you need is a can opener--and an appetite. No problem, right? --This text refers to the Board book edition.
A Christmas gift. The recipient loved it. Said the recipes were simple and the food was "comfort" food.Published 8 days ago by Texas2222204
bought this as a house warming gift for a friend that does not cook and more of a gag gift. i thought the title was cleaver...but looking through the recipes, not very healthy..Published 9 days ago by christine
gets those guys out of the woodshop and into the kitchen where they belong!! lolPublished 17 days ago by Susan Langley
This book could serve as a somewhat pricey choice for a gag gift, but that's about all. Make sure you note that it is a board book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. J.
I gave this book as a gift to my nephew to learn basic cooking and he has tried several recipes from it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Roxanne
I bought the book to use as part of a cooking intervention plan for low-income single adults. The recipes are simple and fun to make, and you can make most of them with items you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sandy DeAtley
After talking to a friend of mine about my nephews not really knowing how to cook she recommended this. Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Brewer
It was a great book for my college age son who just got an apartment. The book is sturdy and has simple meals that anyone can follow.Published 3 months ago by KIM S DIAL