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Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day Paperback – March 20, 2012
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Good ideas for "variations on a theme" as stated above of pasta salad, mashed potatoes, burgers, no bake desserts
Even as a somewhat experienced home cook, I needed a few more words in the recipe instruction. This is the actual recipe for Pizza Pissaladiere: "Stretch dough into pan; scatter with carmelized onions and anchovies; bake 15 minutes at 450 until crust is golden". How many onions? Yellow or red onions? How many anchovies? Do I dice or slice the onion? Dice or leave anchovies whole? How about a quick "carmelizing onions" lesson, without sacrificing the precious "tweetable" nature of the recipes? Even though I'm somewhat experienced, I still find it hard to judge how much of a vegetables to use between the cooked and raw state.
Same thing with the "basic recipe" for skewers (lamb, chicken, beef). It just calls for marinating the meat of choice, skewering and "grilling until desired doneness"...Not helpful! How long for medium, rare, etc? And we all know chicken is "until you're sure it won't poison anyone" which is about how long? A few extra words here and there and it would have been a fun and useful find to pull out before parties or potlucks.
I should have looked at the table of contents before picking up the book...I was really let down by the lack of variety in the main dishes section.
On the plus side the recipes are very simple, I just struggle to find one I would be excited to make.
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I was so happy to see this cookbook. My husband can cook one thing - spaghetti. This book is simple to follow and has helped me to get him to cook more.Published 9 days ago by Heyda Rosario
lots of good looking recipes that I would love to try out. I need to spend more time going thru the book and marking the pages with post its.Published 13 months ago by Julie J