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Simply Suppers

Jennifer Chandler

Publisher: Harper Celebrate

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Summary

We're all faced with the same question every evening: What's for supper? Jennifer Chandler's newest recipe collection is full of delicious answers.Chef and author Jennifer Chandler shares her culinary experience with readers, equipping you with the know-how you need to serve these memorable meals. This beautifully photographed cookbook is filled with entree, side dish, and dessert ideas that are easy enough for a Tuesday night meal and impressive enough for special occasions.In Simply Suppers, Chandler provides easy-to-follow recipes including:Braised Short RibsRoast Chicken with Pan GravyCrawfish EtouffeeBeef BourguignonPeach CobblerYou'll discover the essentials of a well-stocked kitchen and simple strategies for streamlining the cooking process. Simply Suppers features every successful home cook's secret: a selection of tried and true recipes that come together in a snap.Get ready to transform your kitchen into a workspace where you'll enjoy whipping up satisfying suppers for the people you love the most.Simply Suppers is your guidebook for putting comforting favorites on the table without a big hassle.
Available since: 08/30/2010.
Print length: 370 pages.

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