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Love Your Leftovers: Through Savvy Meal Planning Turn Classic Main Dishes Into More Than 100 Delicious Recipes Paperback – April 1, 2014
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Top Customer Reviews
I love to cook. I have dozens and dozens of cook books, and I love trying new recipes. This book takes a different approach to cook books by helping you get the most of your money while trying new recipes. Instead of going to the store and spending $400 on groceries to try your 7 new recipes for the week, this book narrows that down to one major cooking endeavor and then ways to use the leftovers from that to create dishes that don't feel like leftovers. I recommend this book, especially for those like me who's shopping addiction is not the Gap, but the grocery store. You can have delicious meals without spending a fortune at the store.
I saw this book and perked up. I read the reviews and thought hmmmmm. I waited a bit. I browsed facebook. I checked Nick Evans blog. The blog sold me. I bought the book and was thankful I did.
This book is neatly arranged by main ingredient. There is a recipe for the main ingredient, then a list of what ca be made from leftovers of that ingredient. There is an index, something becoming a lost art in today's cookbooks.
Because I am a cookbook hoarder, I switched to ebooks. It is neater, no dusting and I have the books right where they belong because no one wandered off with one. Some books are worthy enough to be purchased in print form also now. These books are right in the kitchen for weekly use and this one is going in that shelf as soon as I am paid next week!
This book is full of delightful recipes, written in an easy to follow conversational manner. These recipes can be followed by anyone able to read who has basic cooking skills. That is important to me as I am teaching someone to cook. She sometimes freaks out if she thinks the dish is cooking wrong so small helpful bits of encouragement are a bonus. ("Don't worry if a few grains of rice escape while draining." "Be sure to only cook your pasta al dente so it does not become soggy during baking.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i was hoping for more. this book is a good start if all you have leftover is one thing like meats or rice.
wish it was like total remake of a whole meal. Read more
I liked the cookbook. It has amazing leftovers which I have tried. The book arrived in excellent condition.Published 12 months ago by Charleen
Great concept for a cookbook! The recipes are useful as well as beautifully photographed and explained. Read morePublished 14 months ago by SueChef
Nick Evans is both a talented Chef and writer! He brings life and humor to the pages of this book so that it is informative, and easy to read. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Nicole E. Pritchard
This cookbook shares something lacking in many contemporary cookbooks- innovation. Each chapter focuses on a specific foundational recipe (roast chicken, flank steak, salmon,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by tammyfayecooks
Absolutely lovely, there are a ton of recipes I had never thought I'd and a ton I've tried since. Highly recommended.Published 20 months ago by Marissa McDaniel
Great recipes Great concept
I have used several of the recipes and base meals and not had a miss yet. Read more