Leaving the family home, getting married, becoming a new parent, looking after a sick spouse, finding yourself suddenly single; these are just a few life scenarios that will often require a crash course in cooking. And tha&tacute;s a daunting task for anyone to face. But it needńt be an overwhelming one.
From now on with the help of this book, you get to determine what you eat instead of lifés circumstances dictating the menu.
Of the 120 easy-to-prepare recipes on offer, over two thirds can be made and on the table in under 30 minutes. Each recipe indicates whether it is suitable for a vegetarian diet or gluten free and there are dozens of leftover-makeover ideas to help you make the most of every meal.
This book also shows you how to turn your kitchen into a cooking friendly space, and stock up on essential equipment and utensils. There is a comprehensive and fully illustrative guide on how to take the sting out of cooking by learning basic knife skills.
And if you cańt tell an eggplant from an aubergine, then the pictorial ingredients dictionary and food name translation chart that spans Australian English, British English and American English, will help you identify all the ingredients used in these recipes and many more.
On top of all this, there is advice on how to regulate heat in the kitchen, how to store foods safely and a seasonal food chart to help you know when to buy fruits and vegetables in season, no matter which part of the world you live in.
Putting food on the table day after day no longer need be a chore. With Suddenly Cooking you can learn to cook great food without stress - real food made real easy is this boo&kacute;s motto, and its promise.