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Sara Moulton's Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Very user friendly easy to read and i have been cooking very long time mostly italian based meals and I am not worried about trying something diffrent after 36 ears.
Sara Moulton's Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better is the perfect cookbook for the novice cook. I can see this cookbook being given as a wedding gift, or housewarming gif,t as the cookbook contains updated recipes and well-written directions. The book also contains many color photos illustrating various cooking techniques. Some of the recipes or cooking techniques you'll find in Moulton's cookbook include: *How to Properly Toss a Salad *Ten-Minute Pizza Dough *Herb Butter *Smoky Broccoli Cheddar Soup *Stuffed Red Pepper Salad *Preparing Octopus *Steak Salad with Béarnaise Mayonnaise *Greek Diner Souffled Omelet *Sauteed Hungarian Pork Chops *Stir-Fried Beef *Korean Vegetable Pancakes *Vegetable Fritters with Green Chile-Coconut Chutney *Blasted Chicken (named for the cooking technique) *Taco Night *Sal's Old School Meatballs *Sesame Kale Salad *Grill Pan Garlic Bread *Hasselback Potatoes *Pimiento Mac and Cheese *Creamsicle Pudding Cake Recommend. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.