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Reluctant Cook and author Jodi Ambrose teamed up with her Creative Chef husband, Grant, to bring you a cookbook with an unusual twist. Darn Good Eats provides scrumptious recipes for both the kitchen aficionado and the bumbling cook. Pooling together all of their combined kitchen savvy, ...
Reluctant Cook and author Jodi Ambrose teamed up with her Creative Chef husband, Grant, to bring you a cookbook with an unusual twist. Darn Good Eats provides scrumptious recipes for both the kitchen aficionado and the bumbling cook. Pooling together all of their combined kitchen savvy, they've created a cookbook that applies to anyone and everyone.
Along with a list of must-have items for your kitchen, helpful measurement conversions, delightful personal anecdotes and a witty sense of humor, this cookbook delivers over 70 delectable and inspired recipes for both the kitchen novice and cooking expert. You no longer have to be a good cook to make great food.
So that it's easy to navigate, the cookbook is split into two parts. The first part is for Creative Chefs who love, or at least like, to cook. It contains tantalizing recipes which range from simple to challenging and are bound to be crowd-pleasers. The second part is for people who prefer eating over cooking and find the kitchen to be more of a chore than a delight. The Reluctant Cook will now have a wonderful array of options for making "homemade" meals that (shhh...don't tell) in some cases are far from homemade, but are still mouthwateringly delicious.
Whether you love or hate the kitchen, Darn Good Eats: The Cookbook for Creative Chefs and Reluctant Cooks has plenty of tasty recipes to please even the most discerning palate. We know that you'll enjoy both the food and fun contained within this cookbook and we wish for you many happy and delicious meals.
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Posted November 21, 2012
is is great cookbook for those who hate to cook or don't know how to cook. It is a wonderful collection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, breakfast dishes, main courses, and desserts from different cultures.
The recipes range from basic fare like fresh Salsa to slightly more exotic dishes like Lamb Korma. All the recipes are solid and easy to follow.
There is something here for every level of chef. The recipes range from super easy, like Fake Homemade Baked Ziti and Strawberry Angel Food Cake Delight to a little more advanced, like Catfish in Red Curry Sauce and Fettuccini Alfredo.
I highly recommend this cookbook for an inexperienced chef or someone who just hates to cook, but wants to prepare a tasty dish for company.