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Big Book of Easy Suppersby Maryana Vollstedt
Synopses & Reviews
What nine-to-fiver, busy mom or stay-at-home dad isnt looking for the Big Easy? Enter the next title in the best-selling Big Book seriesa guaranteed hit for anyone whose duty it is to put a nutritious meal on the table as quickly as possible. With more than 270 recipes at the ready, cooking dinner will be a pleasure, any and every night of the week. Each chapter offers a full range of choices, from soups and salads to hearty entrees and side dishes to stir-fries and grilled favorites. And a selection of simple desserts makes an already sweet deal even sweeter. For easy recipes and big taste, look no further than The Big Book of Easy Suppers.
"Food columnist Vollstedt's latest entry in her Big Book cookbook series (Casseroles, Breakfast, Potluck, Soups & Stews) is invaluable, as it contains an enormous assortment of easy-to-follow recipes that make putting dinner on the table a stress-free and even enjoyable experience. The 'casual, lighter, and fun suppers for family' run the gamut from traditional (e.g., Hamburger Stroganoff, Chicken Florentine, Linguine with Clam Sauce, Bread Pudding) to modern (e.g., Salmon Chowder; Lamb and Turkey Loaf with Cranberry-Horseradish Relish; Egg, Ham, and Chile Strata; Smashed Potatoes with Blue Cheese and Chives). Many of the sweets in the book are light and incorporate a variety of popular fruits available year-round (some are heirloom recipes from the author's family). All can be prepared with a minimum of time and effort, and many call for common pantry ingredients. Introductions to each section (and there are 15, including main course salads, pasta, soups, stir-fries and grilling) are brief, informative and friendly, welcoming any level of cook, beginners included." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
The burden anyone whose duty it is to put the evening meal on the tables as quickly as possible. Jam-packed with more than 250 recipes for every night of the week, these recipes range from light entrees and snacks to hearty meat dishes and rich desserts. This is perfect cookbook for busy people who don't want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, but still want eat food made from fresh ingredients that just tastes good.
About the Author
Maryana Vollstedt is the author of more than a dozen cookbooks, including The Big Book of Potluck, The Big Book of Breakfast, The Big Book of Soups and Stews, The Big Book of Casseroles, What's for Dinner? (0-8118-3689-4), and Pacific Fresh (0-8118-4164-2). She lives in Eugene, Oregon.
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