Fresh, simple, delicious, and all made, be it a sheet pan, casserole, or gratin in one pan—this comprehensive cookbook is a vibrant guide to creating tasty and quick meals for any time or day of the week. Filled with recipes for 75 satisfying one-dish meals ranging from Chipotle Chicken Wings with Sweet Potato Wedges to Crispy Baked Gnocchi with Tomatoes, Basil, Mozzarella & Pine Nuts, these clever dishes are the ideal solution for busy home cooks looking to eat nutritious food made from scratch. Bright, fresh photography pairs perfectly with these easy recipes that offer a modern, elevated twist on dinner.
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Great Meals Dutch Oven Style covers all aspects of dutch oven cooking. It will appeal to veteran black kettle chefs and to those preparing their first dishes using cast iron cookware.
Chef Robert Presents Romantic Dinners For Two is a cookbook and instructional DVd that promotes healthy relationships and keeps couples connected.The book and DVD shows how easy it is to create a romantic experience in the comfort of their own home. The book and DVD is an easy to follow step-by-step cookbook/relationship books that allows anyone to plan and cook a romantic dinners like a chef in thier own home. The book has full colour pictures, tear out grocery list, seven day planner and invitations. The book includes converstaion ignitors and mood enhancers which give suggestions on how to set the perfect romantic mood. "Romantic Dinners For Two" is and instructional guidebook for lovers on how to create romantic evenings and ignite passion. This hardcover book also includes a DVD to help guide readers. Chef Robert Catherine is a chef and culinary arts teacher in Windsor, Ontario. A lover of food, he has learned that not only can he please his eaters but he has also used it as a tool to seduce his wife! Barb Catherine has a passion for interior design and knows how to create an atmosphere. Together they have combined their knowledge for you, the reader, on how to create your own romantic evening without even leaving home.It is easy for most people to get lost in the shuffle of every day life. Children, work, house, errands, finances, in-laws, family. Sometimes, we forget about the person whom is the most important in our lives. A book like this may be the simplest gift to give yourself (or someone else) and get the passion back into their life. The book and DVD include a shopping list, invitation ideas, a 7-day planner, romantic scenarios and conversation starters. This book was easy-to-follow and offered some nice tips as well as photographs. The DVD was a nice addition. Chef Robert walks you through tips and advice on how to create a nice meal, while Barb helps us with setting the atmosphere! Some of the tasty recipes included in this book are: Raspberry F
Author: Robert L. Ririe
Publisher: Cedar Fort
Release Date: 1990
This exciting collection of more than 100 delectable recipes and menus for Dutch oven cooking makes a unique contribution to the art by explaining how to use a Dutch oven at home in the kitchen as well as in campfire settings.
Author: Cook's Country
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
Release Date: 2017
Genre: One-dish meals
What's more appealing than a hearty meal prepared using just one cooking vessel? Yet too often, results are mushy and bland. To rethink one-pan cooking, America's Test Kitchen reimagined classics, streamlined techniques, and honed in on high-flavor ingredients. From hands-off pastas that cook in their sauce to skillet suppers that produce a main and sides, these recipes minimize effort while ensuring each element cooks perfectly. The result is a modern collection of 138 recipes that take the fuss out of making dinner, any day of the week. -- Page  of cover.
Author: Better Homes and Gardens Books (Firm)
Publisher: Meredith Books
Release Date: 2004-09
Features over 1,000 recipes for appetisers, candy, canning, jiffy cooking, pies, vegetables and more. This book contains original illustrations, over 50 colour photos of finished foods, over 250 black-and-white how-to and food identification photographs. It also provides advice for buffets and holidays, plus a table setting and etiquette guide.
More than 200 family-friendly, delicious recipes for complete meals made in one pot With this book, home cooks have all they need to create mouth-watering one-pot dinners with ease. Filled with more than 200 tasty recipes and 100 full-color photos, it offers up meals like Slow Cooker Fire-Roasted Tomato Pot Roast, Hearty Chicken Pot Pie, and Curried Lentil and Vegetable Stew that are sure to become family favorites. Also included is an informative introduction to choosing and working with various types of cookware, and advice on techniques to make dinner a cinch. Plus, handy icons call out meatless options, crowd-pleasing solutions, and dishes that are lower in calorie count, making one-dish dinners a great choice for everyone. With a variety of flavors and pots, from skillets and saucepans to baking dishes and Dutch ovens, there is a complete dinner idea for every night of the week.
Dump Dinners - Remove The Stress And Hassle Of Cooking At The End Of A Busy Day. Feed your family with little or no effort with these dump dinner recipes designed to create delicious meals with little or no effort. Just gather the ingredients, dump them in a skillet and in a few minutes you will have a mouthwatering and tasty dinner ready for your family. The Dump Dinners Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook is a collection of 35 Dump Dinner recipes you can cook in your skillet. It has enough variety to keep you going for more than a month. There are several chicken and beef recipes with a sprinkling of other meats like pork and seafood. You no longer have to be overwhelmed after a busy day. Now you can have appetizing dinners ready for your family no matter the type of day you've had! Quick, Easy And Pocket-Friendly Recipes Not only are these recipes delicious, they are also very easy to cook and economical too! This is exactly what you need to prepare tasty and savory meals for your family without spending hours in the kitchen. Some of the dinner dishes in this book include: Quick Skillet Roast Beef One Skillet Seafood Supper One-Pan Sweet Potatoes Creamy Skillet Beans Pork Chops With Caramelized Onion Hearty One-Skillet Beef Sweet Marsala Chicken Pasta And Rice With Spinach Quick Amaretto Shrimp Chicken Pineapple And Much More! Click The Download Button To Get Your Copy Right Now!
Self published by the founder of the New York Cooking School, this forty-page leaflet was designed to educate new immigrant families with low incomes about preparing good, healthy meals. As the industrial revolution gathered steam and reformers focused on living conditions of the poor and disadvantaged, economical themes began to appear in cookbooks, and Corson’s pamphlet was extremely popular. In addition to numerous recipes and food preparation techniques, the book contains a “Daily Bill of Fare for One Week”—seven days of menus that cost $2.53 in total leaving a balance of $.62 for extra bread, milk, and butter. The little volume also contains favorable reviews of the book from contemporary publications, and an “ad” for six other books by Corson. The title page contains the following quote from the author: “This little book may not be a welcome guest in the home of the man who fares abundantly every day; it is not written for him; but to the working man, who wants to make the best of his wages, I pray it may bring help and comfort.” This facsimile edition of Juliet Corson’s Fifteen Cent Dinners for Families of Six was reproduced by permission from the volume in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1812 by Isaiah Thomas, a Revolutionary War patriot and successful printer and publisher, the Society is a research library documenting the life of Americans from the colonial era through 1876. The Society collects, preserves, and makes available as complete a record as possible of the printed materials from the early American experience. The cookbook collection includes approximately 1,100 volumes.
A fun, lively history of the revolution in American cooking that took place in the 1950s traces the innovations, cookbooks, products, techniques, and marketing campaigns that changed the way Americans prepared food forever.
This book publishes thousands of African names, their ethnic and country of origin, and English phonetic pronunciation. The book is for those interested in African names and general readers seeking more knowledge about African culture or willing to recapture African heritage through name. It is a thorough exposure of African names and meanings. It encourages and stimulates people of both African and non-African descent into feeling comfortable about taking on such names.
Author: Patrick J. Smith
Release Date: 2010-04-07
Genre: Sports & Recreation
The one portable camping source for the occasional or new camper who wants to minimize the planning, preparation, cost, and stress, and focus instead on the enjoyment of the camping experience. No need for encyclopedic books and manuals explaining every kind of gear, knot, boot, and campfire meal; Camping, Simple and Cheap is an easy-to-read handbook that cuts through the confusion and focuses on the basic principles: • Camping must be simple • Camping must be cheap • Camping must be enjoyable Distilling years of practical experience in a small, portable handbook, it covers such useful topics as: • The benefits of camping versus hotel lodging (and they’re not all financial) • Planning the trip and acquiring equipment • Fast and simple meal planning • Camping with children and pets • Dealing with weather and common discomforts • Fun activities while camping • Off-season and backpack/canoe camping Perfect for individuals or families, Camping, Simple and Cheap is required reading for an enjoyable, yet low-cost and low-stress camping experience.
Author: Julia Grady
Publisher: Dylanna Publishing, Inc.
Release Date: 2015-02-05
Dump Dinners: Amazingly Easy and Delicious Dump Recipes With the hectic pace of today’s lifestyles getting dinner on the table every night is no easy task. When pressed for time, dump dinners make the perfect solution to the question, What’s for dinner? Dump dinners are so popular because they are so easy to make. These recipes feature simple ingredients that you probably already have on hand in your freezer, refrigerator, and pantry. They do not require complicated cooking techniques or that you stand over the stove, stirring and sautéing. The majority of the recipes are mixed right in the pan they are cooked in, with the added bonus of saving cleanup time. Delicious, Quick Recipes Your Family Will Love This book contains the best dump dinner recipes around. None of these recipes take more than 15 minutes of hands-on time to prepare, and most a lot less. When you’re short on time, you can turn to any one of these delicious recipes and have a home-cooked meal on the table with little effort and big rewards. The recipes in this book can be cooked in several ways: • Baked in the oven • Cooked in a slow cooker • Cooked on the stovetop • Microwaved • Frozen and cooked later So whether you’d like to throw something in the slow cooker and come home hours later to an aromatic meal or pop a quickly prepared casserole into the oven, you are sure to find a recipe you and your family will love. Contains color photographs Download your copy today and start cooking!