The Super Simple Easy Basic Cookbook

The Super Simple Easy Basic Cookbook

by Diana Stout

Paperback

$14.95

Overview

I've had days where I loved to cook, days where cooking was a necessary evil, and days where I became so absorbed in a writing or sewing project that I lost track of time, needing a meal in a hurry, or when the working day had been long. On those days, I needed ingredients I could pull off my shelves, freezer, or refrigerator, and which didn't require a lot of preparation time.
The I Hate to Cook Book title was already taken, so this cookbook became The Super Simple Easy Basic Cookbook, instead.

This cookbook is for those who love to cook, those who don't, for beginners, for experienced cooks looking for something different, and especially for those who like good foods.

Most recipes come with a story that tells how the recipe became a favorite or why it was created.

Super foods, simple steps, easy to fix, and basic ingredients. Some of my all-time favorite recipes: Two-Minute Fudge, Pralines, Butterbeer, Old-Fashioned Pan Rolls, Guacamole, Red Pepper Cream Cheese Seafood Dip, Crustless Quiche, Eggnog, Lobster/Crab/Fish Bisque, Black Forest Mug Cake, No Grain Cheese Crust Pizza, and homemade mixes.

The key to using this cookbook is to take my recipes and make adjustments suited for your use. Think of this cookbook as a starter or base to build upon. Have fun with it!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781986910194
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/10/2018
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Screenwriter, author, and former English professor, Diana Stout, MFA, Ph.D. is an award-winning writer of multiple genres. She's written fiction, nonfiction, newspaper and magazine columns, plays, poetry, and screenplays, and has written for both adults and children. Her scripts, novels, and novellas include romance, drama, literary, historical, and fantasy.

This cookbook evolved due to severe three-day induced migraines, an allergy to onions, which were discovered in nearly all commercial food products and many restaurant food items. The list of foods she couldn't eat was long at the time. As a result, Diana created her own recipes and mixes. While she no longer has those same allergies today, now grains have become a problem, thus the creation of new recipes.

Fortunately, sugar was never attributed to any allergy, much to Diana's relieve. She admits that while the dessert section is rarely used, that section still contains some of her best go-to recipes whenever the sweet tooth rises up, demanding attention.

In her spare time, she enjoys lunching with friends, always on the hunt for new additions to her collection of favorite recipes.

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