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Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes : Super Fun Food for Every Day
by Food Network Magazine

Overview - You'll never be stumped for meal ideas again with this massive collection from Food Network Magazine, America's best-selling food magazine. This family-friendly cookbook is packed with more than 1,000 recipes, including: 294 appetizers and snacks 156 breakfasts287 main dishes192 salads and sides232 drinks and desserts Inspired by the pages of the magazine, this book is all about fun, easy cooking: Each recipe is short and simple--just a single paragraph --and every page is filled with great photos and tips.  Read more...

 
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Overview
You'll never be stumped for meal ideas again with this massive collection from Food Network Magazine, America's best-selling food magazine. This family-friendly cookbook is packed with more than 1,000 recipes, including: 294 appetizers and snacks 156 breakfasts287 main dishes192 salads and sides232 drinks and desserts Inspired by the pages of the magazine, this book is all about fun, easy cooking: Each recipe is short and simple--just a single paragraph --and every page is filled with great photos and tips. Step up old favorites in no time: Try taco burgers at your next cookout, or make Buffalo chicken nachos for a party. Find dozens of new pastas and salads for quick weeknight dinners, or treat your family to a big stack of lemon-berry pancakes.Bonus Check out the "centerfold" at the end of each chapter for a great classic recipe, like perfect marinara sauce and s'mores. With this book you can mix and match your way to just about any meal and impress your family and friends with creative new dishes. Try our ideas or dream up your own: The options are endless MORE THAN 1,000 EASY RECIPES Keep this amazing new cookbook next to the stove and you'll never run out of ideas Food Network Magazine's second cookbook is packed with more than 1,200 recipes. Choose from hundreds of fun appetizers and snacks, tasty dinners and sides, and easy desserts and drinks.Mexican Eggs Benedict Salmon-Cucumber Tea Sandwiches Rum-Raisin Pancake Sundaes Mocha Smoothies Margarita Shrimp Nachos Blue Cheese Dip Potato Chip Toffee Three-Meat Panini Bacon-Pork Burgers BLT Pasta Bell Pepper-Pasta Salad Caesar Salad Spicy Tortilla Soup Baby Bell Peppers with Feta and Mint Rosemary Gin and Tonic Praline Ice Cream SandwichesDISHES FOR EVERY OCCASION
Plan weeknight meals and parties, from the same book TIPS FROM THE TEST KITCHEN
Find helpful hints and serving ideas on nearly every page.EXTRA-SHORT RECIPES
Each recipe is just a paragraph long--and a snap to make.

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781401310745
  • ISBN-10: 1401310745
  • Publisher: Hyperion Books
  • Publish Date: March 2012
  • Page Count: 393
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP


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Books > Cooking > Methods - Quick & Easy

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2012-02-20
  • Reviewer: Staff

In this new cookbook, the Food Network Magazine does what it does best: present a collection of easily prepared dishes that emphasize creative twists on crowd favorites. With its condensed recipes and eye-catching layout, this is a good book for people who want to be inspired and play around in the kitchen rather than follow a long, precise recipe. Tired of your old hamburger? You’ll definitely find a replacement among the 54 recipes offered in the chapter on “Burgers and Hotdogs.” A slew of diner classics (think: chile cheeseburgers) is complemented by inventive if not authentic takes like the hoisin burger or turkey Niçoise. The suggested menus are a fun addition, with appealing photos and themes that you’d actually use in real life, like a menu for a kids’ sleepover (pizza nachos, Jucy Lucy burgers, yogurtwiches, and lemonade). Basic cooking tips scattered throughout will help beginner cooks and reinforce the magazine’s can-do attitude. Sure, there’s an entire chapter devoted to nachos and potato skins, but embrace it. (Mar.)

 
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