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Rice Cooker Meals: Fast Home Cooking for Busy People: How to feed a family of four quickly and easily for under $10 (with leftovers!) and have less ... up so you'll be out of the kitchen quicker! Paperback – September 20, 2011
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- ~I heard you this morning on KPEL radio. I have purchased your cookbook and now am going to purchase a rice cooker for the first time. Ed Gomez, Lafayette, La.
- ~I would like to buy your rice cooker book. I really need it. My kitchen is being remodeled and I will not have a kitchen. I just bought a rice cooker and I need a recipe book. Thanks. S. Knight, Redway, California
- ~I got your ebook. YUM - Could cooking be any easier? Oh - maybe - If I had a maid. :-) Thank you ! Eileen Eisner
- ~Made the Chinese Stir Fry with ham and loved it! Definitely want to work my way through Rice Cooker Meals! Elizabeth Broussard
- ~Thanks for the great recipes and ideas for using my rice cooker. I love your book. I'm sure this not an original idea, but I love making popcorn in my rice cooker. Keep up the good work. I appreciate your creativity. Fay Kennedy
Top Customer Reviews
If your looking for more recipes for your rice cooker, this books a bargain at $10.
The Kindle format for this is what I've come to expect for cookbooks: the pictures are bad on my Kindle but show up very well on my computer. There is a good reference section that you can skip back and forth between the table of contents and individual recipes (you don't have to flip thru the whole cook book to find a particular recipe). All in all, I would recommend this cookbook in general and the Kindle format in particular
Still, Rice Cooker Meals is somewhat limited. Most of the recipes it contains are focused on Cajun-style dishes. For those sensitive to how spicy their foods are, there is plenty of room to accomidate mild to wild tastes. Moreover, the Cajun-style focus is not as limiting as it might first appear since many of the recipies are rice or pasta-based, insuring that they work well with the rice cooker.
While the recipies alone insure that the book is a good value some of the tips and suggestions are real gold. For example, the author makes an excellent case for using the rice cooker to brown meat before using the meat in the core of some of the recipies included. Before I read this I wouldn't have considered the idea. However, I tried it and it works out well. The time and effort saved in clean-up alone made this suggest worth the purchase price of the book alone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Following the easy instructions, this book is a Can't Miss Cook book helper.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have enjoyed reading the recipes, but have only tried one so far. Book arrived on time and in good condition. Thanks!Published 6 months ago by R. Chavis
I purchase the ebook version for my Kindle a year or so ago. I ordered the paperback copy a few days ago and I received it in the mail today. Read morePublished 6 months ago by claudio
I love to read and have a whole range of topics I am interested in. About a year ago I donated an entire library of books to an Indian reservation and to a person who restocks... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was hoping that this book would have "from scratch" recipes. Instead, it uses so many canned and packaged mixes that the food becomes more of a chemical cocktail than a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by ItalGirl
It was handy to tell me the different types of rice and how they are cooked but that was where the helpfulness ended. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Shnazyness