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Gordon Ramsay's Fast Food : More Than 100 Delicious, Super-Fast, and Easy Recipes
by Gordon Ramsay and Mark Sargeant and Emily Quah and Jill Mead


Overview - Everyone needs quick, healthy, and delicious recipes for feeding a family--and no one's better at providing them than Gordon Ramsay, the three-star chef famous for his no-nonsense cooking. Here he serves up a feast of doable ideas: more than 100 recipes and 15 great menus for putting food on the table each and every day.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Everyone needs quick, healthy, and delicious recipes for feeding a family--and no one's better at providing them than Gordon Ramsay, the three-star chef famous for his no-nonsense cooking. Here he serves up a feast of doable ideas: more than 100 recipes and 15 great menus for putting food on the table each and every day. Many of the dishes take only 15 minutes to prepare and cook; none takes longer than half an hour--and you can put together an entire meal in only 30-45 minutes. Ramsay also offers time-saving shortcuts, plus info on how to stock your pantry.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781402797873
  • ISBN-10: 1402797877
  • Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)
  • Publish Date: March 2012
  • Page Count: 255


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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2012-03-05
  • Reviewer: Staff

The phrase “fast food” brings to mind hamburgers, hot dogs, and maybe a greasy doughnut or two. But in this volume, Ramsay offers such recipes as broiled sardines with gremolata, or warm blood sausage and quail’s egg salad. Indeed, with his typical bullish attitude, Ramsay is not catering to the masses. He provides recipes that don’t sacrifice taste or refinement for time. To find these dishes, Ramsay draws on a range of cultures from Indian to Moroccan. These recipes are put into themed menus, like “Viva Italia!” or “Tapas Spread.” To ensure that readers optimize their time, there are tips for assembling the menu as well as the dishes. Many of the recipes are short because they rely on key flavor-packed ingredients like membrillo paste or Iberian ham—and some of those ingredients may be expensive or difficult to find for cooks without access to specialty stores. Yet despite the book’s bold title, this feels like a collection of delicious gourmet recipes that just happen to be quick. (Apr.)

 
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