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Dinner on Hand Easy Everyday Recipes You Can Make Tonightby Kraft
Synopses & Reviews
Walk into the Kraft Kitchens to find out just how easy it is to get that weeknight meal on the table!
For nearly 100 years, North Americans have trusted Kraft for reliable and convenient food products and recipe ideas. Now, Kraft Kitchens is offering its years of cooking experience to home cooks in a series of books catering to time-pressed families, empty nesters and busy singles. The first in a four-book series, Dinner on Hand offers 150 quick and tasty answers to that familiar question, “What’s for dinner tonight?”
By showing how to apply a few basic cooking methods to a range of popular ingredients, Kraft Kitchens introduces the home cook to the concept of “cooking undone”: stripping time, steps, ingredients, shopping and preparation to a minimum while still delivering delicious meals. Dinner on Hand includes simple snacks to fill the gap before dinner, uncomplicated and flavour-filled main dishes, easy side partners and effortless home baking and spoon desserts. Geared to the family on the go, it also includes tips on simplifying preparation and clean-up, suggestions on stocking the pantry for maximum mealtime flexibility and other helpful ideas from the expert team.
Dinner on Hand allows home cooks to create delicious meals in minutes with what’s on hand, by bringing the wisdom and experience of Kraft Kitchens right into your home.
About the Author
Kraft Kitchens consists of more than 100 food professionals — chefs, dieticians and home economists — whose expertise is focused on home cooking 365 days of the year. Their 30 home-style kitchens are in use all day every day, and they talk to more than a million families on their hotlines each year. Kraft Foods, Inc., is the largest food and beverage company in North America — the second largest worldwide — and has one of the longest-standing test kitchens (77 years). Kraft products are found in almost every North American household — and at almost every meal.
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