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In a Snap! - Tasty Southern Recipes You Can Make in 5 10 15 or 30 Minutes - cover

In a Snap! - Tasty Southern Recipes You Can Make in 5 10 15 or 30 Minutes

Tammy Algood

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Summary

From a Nashville TV and radio food commentator, timesaving homecooked Southern meals for busy people. 
 
In a Snap! is your playbook of ideas for fabulous meals that materialize with ease on the most time-crunched of days, all without surrendering the delicious results your family demands. 
 
Organized in chapters of 5-, 10-, 15-, and 30-minute meals, food personality Tammy Algood has curated this collection that accommodates your ever-changing schedule and ensures that a home-cooked meal is always an option in your household, no matter how thinly you may be stretched. 
 
Algood delivers an inspiring array of recipes that are affordable and includes colorful photos, cooking suggestions, and time-saving tips for those with busy lives. 
 
In a Snap! has delicious, quick dishes including: Spicy Chicken TendersQuick-Smoked Baked BeansCrawfish Macaroni and CheesePineapple Orange CheesecakeSmoked Almond Blue Cheese DipOrange Praline Breakfast Bread 
 
Interspersed throughout these delicious meals, Algood provides tips and suggestions that will help to organize your cooking process and de-stress mealtime at your house. In a Snap! makes it happen!
Available since: 06/04/2013.
Print length: 297 pages.

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