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Twenty-Dollar, Twenty-Minute Meals*: *For Four People Paperback – May 7, 2013
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CAROLINE WRIGHT, author of Twenty-Dollar, Twenty-Minute Meals, is a food writer and recipe developer whose work has appeared in Cooking Light, Real Simple, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Women’s Day, and more. Ms. Wright lives with her family in Seattle, Washington.
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So far I've made the Greek Lemon and Egg Soup with Dandelion Greens (I tweeked my version and made it with chicken broth instead of vegetable, and added a couple of handfuls of shredded chicken to the soup for a more substantial meal). It was delicious, took less than 20 minutes as promised, and both my boyfriend and little sister went back for multiple servings. (I should also add that it certainly made more than 4 serving's worth--even after all 3 of us had multiple bowls, I still had leftovers!) I'll definitely be making it again. The lemon really is an ingenious way to brighten a basic bowl of soup and it felt very appropriate as a winter dinner.
Today I'm trying the Grilled Asparagus and Sliced Potato Salad with Anchovy butter (I'm subbing in broccoli for the asparagus, because I have it on hand, and adding in some diced hard-boiled eggs as suggested, to make this salad into a meal). I have a feeling it'll be both simple and delicious. I love the author's frequent substitution suggestions, as clearly, they've already helped me think outside the box when using these recipes. I'd recommend this cookbook to anyone who, like myself, appreciates good and healthy food that can be prepared relatively quickly.