First came A Man, a Can, a Plan: 50 Great Guy Meals Even You Can Make. The Sunday Star-Ledger cheered it as a "foolproof, not to mention spill-proof guide to manly success in the kitchen." And the Detroit News exclaimed, "Dude, this cookbook is for you."
Next came A Man, a Can, a Grill: 50 No-Sweat Meals You Can Fire Up Fast. Cookbook author Andrew Schloss, who wrote Cooking with Three Ingredients and Dinner's Ready, called the recipes "easy, flavorful...streamlined and smart. Real food-so good that no one will ever guess your secret is in the can."
Now there's A Man, a Can, a Microwave--and all those "dudes" who helped put the "Grill" book on the New York Times bestseller list will be pleased to know that David Joachim and the editors of Men's Health haven't lost a beat. The 50 guy-friendly, nuke-able meals using packaged ingredients are fun to make and great to eat--and include such tasty dishes as "Italian One-Dish Fish," "Teriyaki Beef with Broccoli," and "Painless Paella." With step-by-step recipes and full-color photos, A Man, a Can, a Microwave, like the previous books in the series, is perfect for anyone learning to cope in the kitchen. Make sure you have a can opener--and a hearty appetite!
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About the Author
David Joachim is the author of the bestselling A Man, a Can, a Grill and A Man, a Can, a Plan. He lives in Center Valley, Pennsylvania.
The Editors of Men's Health publish the world's largest men's magazine.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I purchased this book for my bachelor son as well as A Man, A Can, A Second Helping. He already has A Man, A Can, A Plan (the original one) and was really happy to receive this one. I also purchased A Man, A Plan, A Microwave for him. His perfect meal is a one dish meal - the frying pan. Mix it, fix it, cook it and eat it all from one pan. This book is very informative and seems to help him out a lot in his meal planning. Mix it, fix it, cook it and eat it: Mix it, fix it, cook it and eat it: that's his idea of a good meal. Keep these books coming. They are very helpful for bachelors as well as for folks who like to eat but do not like to spend lots of time at meal planning and fixing.
This is the seoond time I purchased ths book; both times for boys going to college. I gave this book, along with a can opener as Christmas presents. The book is great; easy to follow. Each page is a recipe, shows pictures of products to purchase to make the said meal. i.e, if I recall correctly, sausage & peppers, shows a pkg of sausage, a bell pepper, and a can of tomato sauce. They have meals, snacks, desserts - they cover it all. Both boys commented on ease of use; and that the book is a good conversation piece. Highly recommend it.