Synopses & Reviews
Warehouse club shopping is thrilling. Walking down aisle after fluorescent-lit aisle of impossible-to-pass-up bargains, you fill your cart and tally the money you're going to save. Unloading the boxes and jugs, however, it becomes obvious that, while the way you shop for food may have changed, the scale of your refrigerator (and your stomach!) has not. andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; So what do you do with the sixteen chicken breasts, the five pounds of oatmeal and the gallon of olive oil that you couldn't afford not to buy? You turn to andlt;iandgt;From Warehouse to Your House: More Than 250 Simple, Spectacular Recipes to Cook, Store and Share When You Buy in Quantityandlt;/iandgt; by Sally Sampson, veteran cookbook author, working mom and accomplished warehouse shopper. andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; Utilizing the fresh and packaged products available at the warehouse clubs and superstores, Sampson's flavorful recipes are simple enough for a weeknight dinner and special enough for entertaining and, if you're cooking for a couple or a small family, portioned so you can eat some, store some and even share some. andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; Those boneless chicken breasts turn into New-Fangled Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, Curried Chicken Salad for lunch and Moroccan Chicken for the freezer. Three pounds of butter becomes Chipotle Butter to dress up a grilled steak or chicken breast, Cinnamon Butter for your morning toast and Chocolate Chip Cookies: a batch baked right away, a batch of dough for the fridge and a batch for the freezer. And that big box of oatmeal? When you're tired of hot cereal (maybe with some of the Cinnamon Butter?), try the Fruit Crisp or Oatmeal Lace Cookies. From breakfast coffee cakes to soups, appetizers, salads and dressings, sandwiches and entrand#201;es, Sampson gives the home cook who buys big a wide variety of classic American recipes, as well as international dishes like Mexican Chicken Fajitas, Asian Ribs, Italian pastas and Jamaican Jerk Chicken. andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; Sampson includes an essential pantry list, and amusing and informative tips and techniques that will help you make the most of your time, your money and your groceries, whether you're cooking for a small family or a small army.
Provides a wealth of recipes that can be prepared from ingredients purchased in bulk at price clubs and bargain warehouses, in a reference that features numerous ethnic and traditional options and includes tips on food storage and cooking for a range of needs. Original. 25,000 first printing.
Deliciously simple recipes and preparation advice are offered to the price club shopper who wants to buy big, save big, and cook for families of every size on any occasion.
About the Author
andlt;bandgt;Sally Sampsonandlt;/bandgt; is the founder of andlt;Iandgt;ChopChopandlt;/Iandgt; magazine and the author and coauthor of numerous cookbooks, including the James Beard Award-nominated andlt;iandgt;The $50 Dinner Party, Throw Me a Boneandlt;/iandgt; (with Cooper Gillespie), and andlt;iandgt;The Olives Tableandlt;/iandgt; (with Todd English). She has contributed to andlt;iandgt;Self, Bon Appandlt;/iandgt;andlt;iandgt;and#233;andlt;/iandgt;andlt;iandgt;tit, Food andamp; Wine, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, andlt;/iandgt;and andlt;iandgt;The Boston Phoenix.andlt;/iandgt; She lives with her family in Watertown, Massachusetts.