I recommend all cooks, experienced as well as newbies, buy this book.
If you are new to cooking, or if you are trying to help someone that is new to cooking, I think you will find a lot of use out of this book.
Trust me: that's just one of many examples you'll find of eye-roll inducing stupidity in this book.
This is a must have for any home cook! I like to think I am a pretty good cook/baker but there are tips in here I would have never thought of, so helpful, things I didn't even know... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Heppner
Received this book promptly, as promised. Packaging was very good so book was also in good condition. Have used some of the tips from this book. Like having it on hand for tips!Published 5 months ago by Sunflowerlady
The information contained in the book is pretty basic advice; bought to give as a gift, it really is for the novice cook...Well written.Published 15 months ago by jafb
Tips are good and well written. Hits on just about every topic for things that are important! It is a great gift for anyone! And it is easy to read.Published 19 months ago by David Mellow
I bought two so that I'd have an extra copy for friends/family gifts. Great cost. Very informative. Fun to usePublished 21 months ago by Luke Joseph
A quick and easy reference that is easy to use... I chose to read the whole book! Fun and helpfulPublished 21 months ago by Carrie Statt
I bought this book for a friend who's a fledgling cook. I went to Sur La Table and spent $15.99 plus tax (hey, my friend's worth it). Read morePublished on May 16, 2012 by D. Spade
It's one thing to follow a recipe, but it's quite another to implement the steps in a way an accomplished and experienced cook and this is where Tips Cooks Love comes in. Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by Eric
In alphabetical order, Rick Rodgers discusses facts about many different topics related to cooking. This might include definitions and even histories such as brining. Read morePublished on November 17, 2011 by Larry