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For all the wonderful cookbooks that abound, I don't know of many from which I would really want to cook every night. Sometimes I'm in the mood to duplicate a complex dish created by a famous restaurant chef; other times I'm interested in searching out uncommon ingredients to experiment with an authentic ethnic dish. But like most people, most nights, I don't have all the time or energy in the world, and what I want is something simple, wholesome, and tasty. This is exactly what Mark Bittman brings us with Hoe to Cook Everything a reliable, relaxed, realistic, utterly comprehensive collection of 1,500 recipes and techniques that reflect what home cooking can and should be today: "good everyday cooking, one of the few simple, routine joys of everyday life."
— Kate Murphy Zeman