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The Bride and Groom's First Cookbook: Recipes and Menus for Cooking Together in the 90s

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The Bride and Groom's First Cookbook is indeed a first--the first modern and manageable teaching cookbook for young couples whose sophisticated tastes outdistance their kitchen skills and available time.   And who better to provide such a book than Abigail Kirsch, who has been responsible for orchestrating thousands of weddings and engagement parties, who knows better than anyone the kinds of recipes and instructions young people need and want, and whom young people know and trust.

This easy-to-use teaching book is designed for young working couples who will be sharing the cooking and entertaining chores at home.   The recipes, from Spinach and Pine Nut Pizzetta to Roasted Salmon in Horseradish Crust and Lemon Chicken with Capers, are designed to please the well-trained palate, but no culinary skill is assumed.   Each recipe includes a list of necessary utensils, a clear set of do-ahead instructions, tips for serving, and variations.   In addition, there is a section of complete menus for entertaining in a number of styles on different occasions, from a tailgate picnic to a formal dinner for in-laws or the boss.   Each menu includes a timetable for completing all preparation chores and dividing them efficiently between two people.   And last but not least, there are a glossary of cooking terms, a list of essential pantry ingredients, and a checklist for a bridal registry.

In short, The Bride and Groom's First Cookbook is an indispensable resource for busy young couples with more taste than time, who want to eat well and entertain with flair.

Synopsis:

The Bride and Groom's First Cookbook is indeed a first - the first modern and manageable teaching cookbook for young couples whose sophisticated tastes outdistance their kitchen skills and available time. This easy-to-use teaching book is designed for young working couples who will be sharing the cooking and entertaining chores at home. The recipes are designed to please the well-trained palate, but no culinary skill is assumed. Each recipe includes a list of necessary utensils, a clear set of do-ahead instructions, tips for serving, and variations. In addition, there is a section of complete menus for entertaining in a number of styles on different occasions, from a tailgate picnic to a formal dinner for in-laws or the boss. Each menu includes a timetable for completing all preparation chores and dividing them efficiently between two people. And last but not least, there are a glossary of cooking terms, a list of essential pantry ingredients, and a checklist for a bridal registry.

Synopsis:

An indispensable resource for busy young couples with more taste than time, who want to eat well and entertain with flair.

Synopsis:

A simple but sophisticated teaching book for young working couples who will be sharing the cooking and entertaining chores, this indispensable resource includes a wealth of recipes, each with a list of necessary utensils, a clear set of do-ahead instructions, and tips for serving and varying the recipes. Line drawings.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780385476355
With:
Greenberg, Susan M.
Author:
Greenberg, Susan M.
Author:
Kirsch, Abigail
Publisher:
Clarkson Potter
Location:
New York :
Subject:
Entertaining
Subject:
Tablesetting
Subject:
Menus
Subject:
Cookery for two
Subject:
Dinners and dining
Subject:
Methods - Beginner's Cookery
Subject:
Methods - Cookery for Two
Subject:
Methods - General
Subject:
General Cooking
Subject:
American - General
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Series Volume:
199
Publication Date:
19960101
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
9.80x8.50x1.15 in. 2.10 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The Bride and Groom's First Cookbook is indeed a first - the first modern and manageable teaching cookbook for young couples whose sophisticated tastes outdistance their kitchen skills and available time. This easy-to-use teaching book is designed for young working couples who will be sharing the cooking and entertaining chores at home. The recipes are designed to please the well-trained palate, but no culinary skill is assumed. Each recipe includes a list of necessary utensils, a clear set of do-ahead instructions, tips for serving, and variations. In addition, there is a section of complete menus for entertaining in a number of styles on different occasions, from a tailgate picnic to a formal dinner for in-laws or the boss. Each menu includes a timetable for completing all preparation chores and dividing them efficiently between two people. And last but not least, there are a glossary of cooking terms, a list of essential pantry ingredients, and a checklist for a bridal registry.
"Synopsis" by , An indispensable resource for busy young couples with more taste than time, who want to eat well and entertain with flair.
"Synopsis" by , A simple but sophisticated teaching book for young working couples who will be sharing the cooking and entertaining chores, this indispensable resource includes a wealth of recipes, each with a list of necessary utensils, a clear set of do-ahead instructions, and tips for serving and varying the recipes. Line drawings.
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