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Make It Easy Cookbook - Foolproof Stylish and Delicious Do-Ahead Recipes - cover

Make It Easy Cookbook - Foolproof Stylish and Delicious Do-Ahead Recipes

Jane Lovett

Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing

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This cookbook featuring more than one hundred recipes to wow your friends and family—all using stress-free, time-saving techniques!   Now you can enjoy the pleasures of delicious home cooking and have time to relax and enjoy life. Make It Easy Cookbook presents more than one hundred simple yet sophisticated do-ahead recipes that emphasize pre-preparation. By getting much of the work done ahead of time, you’ll be free to spend time with your guests!   Ranging from simple starters to weekend lunches to more elaborate meals, these stylish dishes are fresh, seasonal, and designed to keep ingredients to a minimum. From braised steaks with mustard and capers to sea bass with chorizo and butter beans to sticky rhubarb and ginger cake, this book is packed with foolproof recipes that have been tested and perfected by the author in countless demonstrations at classes, shows and other events.
Available since: 12/01/2016.
Print length: 334 pages.

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