This book is designed for three groups of people.
First group is the new college student, away from home trying to survive on a tight budget, who knows little to nothing about preparing their own food.
The Second group is all those latch key kids, who are coming home to an empty house, looking for something to eat. Maybe it's a girl, who is 14, who's job it is to prepare food for a couple of siblings and herself, or even have dinner ready for Mom, when she gets home from working all day.
And the Third group of people is young mothers and or fathers, who have either just started their families and are doing it alone, and need to know a few shortcuts and tricks, or perhaps you are a married young mother, with little cooking and food prep experience, and you need a lot of help to get started. You need ideas and recipes, and some one on one training. As we all know, it's not just young single mothers who have this challenge, sometimes it's a young dad, and he is the one with the responsibility of answering the question, "What's for Dinner?"
So no matter which group you fall into, this book is full of little secrets that take the Mystery out of preparing quick and easy and yummy food.
You get help with everything from one pot meals to Microwave cooking secrets to making a great meal out of leftover's or just a few raw ingredients.
If you thought cooking had to be complicated, and you are at square one, not having a clue where to start, this book is for you.
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About the Author
Randy Wilson moved to the Philippines in 2001 and is now retired living on a remote island. He has become somewhat of an expert on the Philippines because of the many years he has lived there.
Randy has written many books about the Philippines now published in several languages and they all provide valuable up to date information and tips for those who either visit the Philippines, or for those who are considering retirement in the Philippines. His books are current and full of straight forward talk and good information.
Randy has books of Fiction like Hard Times, but he also has non fiction books like the two books on cooking for beginners. He has 5 volumes of Poetry for those of you who enjoy poetry. His poetry is more like a collection of short stories than anything else.
Randy loves to hear from his readers and loves to answer questions about the Philippines for those thinking about making a trip or moving permanently. You can write to him at email@example.com
If you want to see what Randy has been up to in the last few years in the Philippines and see his plans for 2014 please visit specialgiftedblessed dot com