Synopses & Reviews
Low in fat and cholesterol, nutritious and inexpensive, chicken is the meat of choice for legions of diet-conscious, budget-conscious, and taste-conscious Americans. 365 Ways to Cook Chicken
provides you with tempting, mouthwatering recipes for every occasion, every season, every cook, and every day.
- Baked, fried, barbecued, stewed, roasted—you name your favorite chicken dish, it's here.
- Simple one-dish casseroles are perfect for midweek family meals, while tasty appetizers and elegant roasts promise to impress any dinner party guests.
- Whether your tastes run to Buffalo's famous chicken wings or to gumbos with a Cajun kick, from subtle to saucy, you will find scores of dishes to tickle your fancy.
- Here's a poultry classic—with almost a million copies sold.
About the Author
Cheryl Sedaker appears regularly on radio and television to discuss consumer affairs, food trends, and to share new recipes developed by the Reynolds Wrap Kitchens. She lives, works—and cooks—in Riverside, Connecticut.