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Cooking Without Recipes
     

Cooking Without Recipes

by Cheryl Sindell, Joachim Splichal (Foreword by)
 
Using Cooking Without Recipes, readers can learn to make cooking easier, more economical, and just plain fun by turning every meals into a personal and fulfilling free-form expression of themselves.

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Using Cooking Without Recipes, readers can learn to make cooking easier, more economical, and just plain fun by turning every meals into a personal and fulfilling free-form expression of themselves.

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Library Journal - Library Journal
Sindell obviously enjoys food and sharing her knowledge with others. A clinical nutritionist and author who spreads her message though talk radio and syndicated columns, she aims to demystify cooking and emphasizes creativityusing your favorite, healthy ingredients and imagination to create great food you'll want to share. The book does not contain recipes as such; rather, in a chatty way, it discusses foods that complement each other well, suggests "try this" combinations the author enjoys, and encourages experimentation. Healthy, fresh, low-fat foods are stressed, though Sindell describes how processed foods can be incorporated. Many cooks already do what Sindell advocates and will have thought of the combinations suggested, but some new cooks may appreciate the creative license Sindell gives them and find the tips on nutrition and entertaining helpful. Recommended only for public libraries seeking to add a different kind of cookbook.Bonnie Poquette, Appleton P.L., Wis.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575661421
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
03/01/1997
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
5.47(w) x 8.16(h) x 0.98(d)

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