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365 Nights: Menus & Recipes for Every Night of the Year
     

365 Nights: Menus & Recipes for Every Night of the Year

by Holly Sinclair
 

You can put something different on your dinner table each night for an entire year! The meals in this book are easy to prepare, and they are balanced to provide a variety of taste sensations, ingredients, and nutrients. The flavors will appeal to your family and to dinner guests of all ages.

Included in the “Basics” section are recipes for rice,

Overview

You can put something different on your dinner table each night for an entire year! The meals in this book are easy to prepare, and they are balanced to provide a variety of taste sensations, ingredients, and nutrients. The flavors will appeal to your family and to dinner guests of all ages.

Included in the “Basics” section are recipes for rice, vegetables, potatoes, salad dressings, dips, and more.

For flavors that are especially tasty in the fall, you’ll find recipes for Autumn Fruit Salad, Maple Glazed Ribs, Creamy Baked Pumpkin, and Pear Cider.

In the winter, you can try German Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, Salmon Nested in Potatoes, Brunswick Stew, and Homemade Chocolate Pudding.

In the spring, dine on Pasta and Chicken Primavera, Halibut Tacos, Greek Pizza, and Chocolate Mousse Cheesecake.

In the summer, enjoy Southern Crab Cakes, Layered Fiesta Salad, Caesar Salmon, and Cranberry Tea Spritzers.

Sample recipes menu may be found at the author's website.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044378773
Publisher:
Holly Sinclair
Publication date:
03/14/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
650 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Holly started cooking in her preteens with family dinners. The meals had themes such as Chinese or French, or they were 5-course feasts (apps, soups, salads, entrees, and desserts). The recipes were straightforward and the flavors simple. When she started cooking as an adult, there was a lot of experimentation, which lead to several inedible meals. Time, patience, and practice gave Holly the ability to blend and create new recipes.

The cookbooks began as scraps of paper, quick notes, and favorite family recipes stuffed into a box. In an effort to organize them, they became documents, and finally cookbooks. For cooking articles and more recipes, visit http://www.iamhrsinclair.com/cookbooks/

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