The majority of people don’t know where to start when it comes to cooking a successful meal. Packed with easy-to-follow guidelines and recipes, this full-colour, hardback, spiral-bound edition of Cooking Basics For Dummies helps novice chefs navigate the kitchen and learn staple cooking techniques.
The lay-flat binding is the ideal format for the kitchen environment and the full-colour photos throughout show readers what they can expect to achieve from their efforts.
Cooking Basics For Dummies includes:
- Choosing the right tools and stocking your pantry
- The essential cooking techniques - boiling, poaching, steaming, sautéing, braising, stewing, roasting and grilling
- Expanding your repertoire with delicious recipes
- A glossary of over 100 common cooking terms
About the Authors
Bryan Millar is a former New York Times restaurant critic. Marie Ramer is a food writer.
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About the Author
Bryan Miller is a former New York Times restaurant critic and the author of numerous cookbooks and restaurant guides. Marie Rama is an independent food and media consultant who has previously worked as a professional pastry chef and recipe developer.