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365 Easy One Dish Meals by [Haughton, Natalie]
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Length: 288 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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From the Publisher

The perfect solution for today's busy families, this cookbook provides a year's worth of recipes for hassle-free, home-cooked dishes that will add a loving touch to every mealtime.

365 sumptuous recipes that require only one pot--ideal for fast-paced lifestyles.

About the Author

Natalie Haughton, food editor of the Los Angeles Daily News, is author of five cookbooks, including 365 Easy One-Dish Meals and 365 Great Chocolate Desserts.

Product Details

  • File Size: 675 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins e-books (March 17, 2009)
  • Publication Date: March 17, 2009
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000FC1Q74
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #788,207 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By L. Mountford TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 26, 2000
Format: Spiral-bound
I was raised on casseroles: tuna noodle casserole; a ground beef, tomato and elbow macaroni concoction my mother called "goolash" (not to be confused with the Hungarian dish of similar name); stuffed peppers and stuffed cabbage; ham and green beans with new potatoes. Casseroles were a good way to stretch the food budget. In addition, they were regular staples at the monthly church pot luck dinners (for our denomination, the monthly pot luck was nearly a sacrament!).
Natalie Haughton has compiled a very creative collection of one-dish recipes. She shows a lot of flexibility with the term "one-dish," including the wok, pressure cooker, and salad bowl in the definition. The result is a nice mix of easy, plain, fancy, and more complex recipes, a number of which are good company fare.
Among my favorites are a version of Irish Lamb Stew very similar to one I was served at Bunratty Folk Park near Shannon Airport in Ireland (a dish that I'd enjoyed immensely, and had been searching for the recipe for several years!); a very nice Over Beef Stew; a good-enough-for-company Meat and Spinach Torte, made in a springform pan with puff pastry crust; a stick-to-your-ribs Cheddar Noodle Casserole, made with spinach fettuncine, smoked turkey breast, and cheddar cheese.
All in all, a surprisingly good book, full of creative virtually fool-proof recipes. This is another of my "desert island" cookbooks!
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Format: Spiral-bound
If the burden of cooking ever falls on you as it has fallen upon me (for a grouchy "bear" of an Uncle) you'll love this book as much as I do! It is full of quick and easy dinner recipes that are made from common ingredients found in most kitchens. And the taste is superb, good enough to satisfy the pickiest of eaters. This book is invaluable!
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I've owned this cookbook for about 8 yrs. The recipes for the most part require ingredients that can readily be found in most people's cupboard on a typical day. What I really like about this cook book is that except for a few exceptions...every recipe is deeeeeeelicious!! Here are some of the exceptional ones...Chicken Enchilada Casserole, Cheddar Noodle Casserole, Turkey Tortilla Bake, Broccoli Souffle Bake & My Favorite Quiche. Even the kids will eat these..cause the they don't actually see the veggies & healthy stuff inside...they see cheese on top and believe it's yummy to eat..

I recommend this cook book for any person who's rushed for time and rarely has a bunch of gourmet ingredients in the house.
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Love this one from the 365 Ways to cook series. I'm all for one dish meals, skillets and casseroles and this book delivers in spades!! From American to Italian to Mexican, just to name a few, and so much more. It's out of print but was WAY worth tracking down. You can be sure I'll be using it a lot. I've pretty much really liked and use all the time, the other 365 Ways books and this is no different.
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I've just ordered a copy to replace my condiment stained, well thumbed edition that has endured a busy kitchen for 12 years. I've also ordered more as gifts. I've had some classical training so I know that not all the recipes in here are high standard gourmet but they are all good. I could spend 2 days making a cassoulet (one day just for getting the ingredients together) or I can make the one here which everyone loves. The chili here is good and takes about 5 minutes to put together (another 15 to simmer) and is a pot luck favorite. My teenage daughters are learning how to cook with this. I have over 400 cookbooks but...this is the one I use. I can't praise it highly enough.
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Format: Kindle Edition
This is a great cookbook for a family, working parents, new to cooking etc.

The ingredients and instructions are simple and in the hardback, spiral bound version very easy to read.

Easy to make a grocery list from & easy to follow. Nothing complicated and also nothing truly gourmet, but that's not the purpose of this book. Its about having a good meal ready and the time to sit down to enjoy it.

We're all in such a time crunch these days and homemade food is certainly better and cheaper than fast food available on the way home. This isn't the most perfect cookbook, but I can see where it would have a place on a busy person's shelf.
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Format: Paperback
I received this book 17 years ago as a wedding gift, and it has been a great resource over the years. The Chicken Pot Pie is now one of my signature dishes.
I love how it is arranged by type of cooking vessel (skillet dinners, stove to oven, casseroles and bakes, etc). Maybe not as fancy as some of the latest cooks from Food Network, but definitely one that has stood the test of time for me.
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Format: Spiral-bound
THIS IS A GREAT COOKBOOK, I BORROWED IT FROM A FRIEND AND AFTER TURNING SEVERAL PAGES, I KNEW I HAD TO HAVE THIS BOOK...IT IS NOT PRETENSIOUS, IS DOWN TO EARTH AND YOU WILL USUALLY HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO COOK AN AWESOME DINNER RIGHT IN YOUR VERY OWN PANTRY. THIS BOOK HAS SO MANY RECIPES FOR THE GREAT DOWN TO EARTH COOK. I RECOMMEND IT HIGHLY. BUY THIS BOOK!!!
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