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Apocalypse Chow: How to Eat Well When the Power Goes Outby Jon Robertson and Robin Robertson
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Right now, somewhere in America, a storm has knocked out the electricity. With Apocalypse Chow! Jon Robertson delivers a very practical guide to eating with elegance even when the refrigerator, stove, and microwave are rendered powerless.
With simple tips on how to shop, store, and prepare gourmet food, this book will help anyone who is forced to dine in the dark. Discover how the right nonperishables and a little creative heat can turn into renowned chef Robin Robertson's savory Almost-Instant Black Bean Chili, Pantry Pasta Salad, and Fire-Roasted Blueberry Cobbler, among many others.
Apocalypse Chow! is a valuable resource for anyone who feels (or maybe really is) powerless in the kitchen but still in search of culinary delight.
About the Author
Jon Robertson is the managing editor of Venture Inward magazine, author of the Sacred Bedroom, and coauthor of the Sacred Kitchen. He has written for many publications.
Robin Robertson is the author of 12 cookbooks including Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker and Vegan Planet. She writes food columns for Vegetarian Times and VegNews magazines and has written for Cooking Light and others.
Husband and wife both have appeared on many radio talk shows as well as on the Oprah Winfrey Show.
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