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is a Vermont transplant, from Chicago, Illinois. Her interest in culinary art began at the age of 3, when she began playing Mish Mash—an improvisational game of mixing food ingredients together and hoping for something edible. This interest grew into a career, including graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, working the industry, and eventually running her own catering business—Susie’s Menu. Susie's passions encompass cooking, writing, and health. She has worn several hats: cook, chef, caterer, nutritionist, massage therapist, health educator, college professor, and mom. Susie lives in Brattleboro, Vermont with her husband Mark, their two dogs, and the occasional son. Visit The No Recipe Cookbook: www.norecipecookbook.com.
Roland G. Henin, one of approximately sixty Certified Master Chefs in the United States, serves as corporate chef for Delaware North Companies. He served as the director of the Culinary Arts Department at the Art Institute of Seattle and, in 1992, was the coach of the gold medal U.S. Culinary Team, helping the American chefs bring home the World Cup from Luxembourg. Chef Henin was educated at the College Moderne in Nancy, France. He was designated a certified executive chef in 1979 and a certified culinary educator in 1982 by the American Culinary Federation. In 1983 Chef Henin earned the coveted honor of Certified Master Chef.
I got this book and read it like I had found the best John Irving novel for the first time. While professional chefs and writers-on-food may quibble about content and emphasis, the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by William K. Solberg
Susan Crowther can not only dress a salad but she can undress the mystifying assumptions that make cooking seem out of reach for any interested beginner. A++Published 12 months ago by Jonathan Doyle
I totally agree with LIzzie. This is a terrible book! It is full of preachy ramblings, incorrect information. Very misleading. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Vt. Lady
The antidote to cooking in our frenetically paced world. I am giving this book to everyone on my Xmas list with the hope that it will re-establish the family sit-down dinner that... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joan McAthur
Awesome book for star cooking without following word by word a recepie. It teach you how to make things from scratch so you can invent your own recepies in the futurePublished 17 months ago by Amp M
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I found this book to be helpful in giving general guidelines and theories about cooking so that I am able to cook my own food, using the principles she outlines. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Elena Strasser
This book does not successfully teach how to cook without recipes. It's filled with useless lists-(ie. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lizzie
This is a great idea for a cookbook! I used it as a gift for my sister who really enjoys cooking items from scratch, and she was very pleased. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Emily Windes