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How to Squeeze a Lemon: 1,023 Kitchen Tips, Food Fixes, and Handy Techniques
     

How to Squeeze a Lemon: 1,023 Kitchen Tips, Food Fixes, and Handy Techniques

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Ever wonder how to cut lemon wedges so they won't squirt you in the eye? Or what to do with those overgrown zucchinis from the garden? How to save that bread that just won't rise? In How to Squeeze a Lemon, home cooks and chefs alike will find a delightful and nearly endless source of cooking information reference.

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Ever wonder how to cut lemon wedges so they won't squirt you in the eye? Or what to do with those overgrown zucchinis from the garden? How to save that bread that just won't rise? In How to Squeeze a Lemon, home cooks and chefs alike will find a delightful and nearly endless source of cooking information reference.

The follow-up to the IACP-award winning, How to Break an Egg, the wonderfully informative and entertaining How to Squeeze a Lemon is chock full of more than 1,000 fresh tips, kitchen-tested techniques, and smart substitutions that bedevil cooks every day, and all from the readers, contributors, and editors of Fine Cooking, one of America's favorite cooking magazines.

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How to Squeeze a Lemon (Taunton Press, $19.95) is a catchy title but doesn't do justice to what's between the covers as does its subtitle: 1,023 Kitchen Tips, Food Fixes and Handy Techniques.No culinary quandary is left unturned in this compilation of tips and notes from the editors, contributors and readers of "Fine Cooking "magazine. —"Chicago Sun-Times"

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781600853265
Publisher:
Taunton Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
11/09/2010
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

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Filled with pages of inspiration and information for cooks of all skill levels, Fine Cooking Magazine features hands-on, how-to advice and recipes from America's culinary experts. Visit the magazine Web site at www.FineCooking.com

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