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Since no one in my household (myself included) feels like spending a lot of time after a long, busy day at work, I particularly appreciated the author's suggestion of differentiating labor-intensive recipes from the dishes I would throw together and saving the labor-intensive recipes for the weekend or special occasions. Including guidelines by focusing on the cooking methods helped to clarify which meals belonged in which category.
I also liked the idea of creating a kitchenware wish list for all those times when loved ones ask the question "What would you like for Christmas... or your birthday, etcetera?" And then she included some suggestions that if available in my kitchen would make cooking a more enjoyable experience.
of cookbooks out there with good recipes, but what makes this book stand out from the others, besides the excellent recipes, is the cooking
information, such as what equipment to have in your kitchen, what items to stock in your pantry, , how to read labels and how to take shortcuts.
I loved reading the narrative. How many cookbooks have you read that make you giggle. I would have paid $25.00 for this book if I had seen
it in a bookstore, and now I have it on my Kindle for 99 cents. Kudos to the author. A great book!
The Table of Contents includes a hyperlink to each recipe, so it's easy to find something fast and get cooking.
But it turns out this little gem of a book is also a bit of a cooking course with wonderful secrets you can use the rest of your cooking life. Many of the recipes begin with a paragraph called, "Here's a Tip," which not only helps you with the recipe at hand but is something you can use whenever you need to peel apples, say, choose potatoes, or prepare yams.
But if you take a few moments to read the opening chapters instead of skipping ahead to the most appealing recipes, you will find very useful guidance on how to stock your pantry for cooking in a hurry, inexpensive ways to acquire the best cooking utensils, and the most effective way to navigate a supermarket for the healthy items you'll need most.
A delightful surprise of a book from a writer who loves to cook - and these recipes prove it. I've already passed the word to several grad-student friends who think pumping quarters into a vending machine is the only way to stay fed while earning a degree. Highly recommended. Bon appetit!
Starts out with what to look for in a recipe and the cooking means as it will save you time.
Tools to have and things in the pantry that will help make a dish faster.
Recipes include ingredients and how to make the meal along with servings. No nutritional information and no pictures.
Lots of tips along the way. Turkey dishes appeal to me as they include new spice combinations for me and we have just finished Thanksgiving so we have lots of turkey.
Other works by the author are highlighted at the end.
In the time it takes me to cook a hamburger helper, I could have a much healthier meal for my family.
You can tell that lot of time has been put into compiling this recipe book, and you will also need some time to try all the recipes but I'm pretty sure you will love these meals...
Author of Chicken And Pasta Recipe: Step-By-Step Photo Recipe
All in all, a really good book with tasty ideas that you will enjoy while allowing you to do the best for your body's wellbeing.