Synopses & Reviews
- Perfect for beginning cooks, How to Boil Water takes life beyond takeout bv serving up simple, great-tasting recipes with a flair of fun, hip, and lively style.
- As the food authority of Food Network, which reaches more than 88 million households, Food Network Kitchens is a trusted source for cooking information.
- With exquisite photography and Food Network recipes, new cooks gain the inspiration and confidence needed to make every dish a success.
- From classic comfort food such as grilled cheese and apple pie to bold-tasting and edgier ethnic tastes such as Southeast Asian Beef Salad and Miso Soup, beginning cooks can enjoy fantastic food made simple.
- And, more than just food, How To Boil Water provides hundreds of must-know hints, tips and short-cuts for those new to the kitchen.
Perfect for beginning cooks, "How to Boil Water" takes life beyond takeout by serving up simple, great-tasting recipes with a fun, hip, and lively style. With exquisite photography and Food Network recipes, new cooks gain the inspiration and confidence they need to make every dish a success.
This edition shows beginning cooks how to do just what the title implies and a lot more without a hint of intimidations. Bold photography shows must-know techniques for whisking, measuring, chopping an onion, and more.
• Shows beginning cooks how to do just what the title implies—and a lot more—without a hint of intimidations.
• Features classic comfort foods such as no-flip fried eggs and soul-soothing grilled cheese for one and bolder, ethnic recipes like Tacos Picadillo and Southeast Asian Beef Salad.
• Exquisite photography and Food Network recipes, both inspire and build the confidence needed to make every dish a success.
• Hundreds of must-know hints, tips and short-cuts for those new to the kitchen.
About the Author
THE FOOD NETWORK is a television network devoted exclusively to food and entertaining 24 hours a day. Today it reaches more than 90 million households in the United States and can be seen internationally in Canada, Australia, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines, Monaco, Andorra, Africa, France, and the French-speaking territories in the Caribbean and Polynesia. Its informative and entertaining lifestyle programming--more than 95% is originally produced--includes world renowned chefs, restaurateurs, passionate gourmets, working mothers and celebrities and covers everything from gourmet meals and healthy diet to quick weeknight meals and wine. Food Network has been responsible for creating stars like Emeril Lagasse, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen, giving national exposure to chefs like Bobby Flay and Mario Batali, and bringing viewers the hugely popular Iron Chef America, based on the format of the Japanese cult sensation. Foodnetwork.com averages more than 7 million hits monthly, and the bi-monthly Food Network Magazine debuted with the November/December 2008 issue. More than 1 million copies of Food Network–branded books have been sold since 2004, and many of 2006's best-selling cookbooks were authored by Food Network chefs, including Rachael Ray, Paula Deen, Emeril Lagasse, Alton Brown, and others.