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The 5-Ingredient Fresh and Easy Cookbook: 90+ Recipes For Busy People Who Love to Eat Well Kindle Edition
Simplify your life and your family’s meals with easy, 5-ingredient recipes
If a busy schedule has been standing between you and eating the healthy meals you and your family deserve, consider a simpler alternative. The 5-Ingredient Fresh and Easy Cookbook is a straightforward, convenient, and organized method that proves you don’t need a ton of ingredients to make a great meal—all you need is 5.
To all of you overworked professionals, jugglers of children, and commuters, this easy cookbook is filled with 90+ simple recipes that don’t skimp on flavor, nutrition, or freshness. If you often find yourself scrambling at dinnertime, The 5-Ingredient Fresh and Easy Cookbook should be your go-to reference.
Inside The 5-Ingredient Fresh and Easy Cookbook, you’ll find:
- Hone your workspace—With a little help optimizing your kitchen, this easy cookbook will make sure you have the necessary tools and cooking area.
- Reinvent your meals—In addition to one-pot recipes, easy classics, no-cooks, and pre-prepped, there are dishes in this easy cookbook specifically designed for turning leftovers into new, tasty treats.
- Stock your shelves—From your freezer to your cabinets, this easy cookbook will keep all of the essentials you need an arm’s length away.
The 5-Ingredient Fresh and Easy Cookbook is the perfect way to create efficiency in the kitchen and grocery store while still producing nutritious, interesting meals.
Recipes include: Fig Ricotta Toast, Shepherd’s Pie, Veggie Frittata, Black Bean Sweet Potato Chili, and Cuban Mojo Pork Chops & Orange Rice
This cookbook is perfect for people who are short on time but love eating delicious food. Sheila Thigpen has included a wide range of 5-ingredient creative recipes with fresh and easy-to-find ingredients including some one-pot, make-ahead, and even no-cook dishes.--Lisa Huff, author of Kid Chef Bakes and SnappyGourmet.com
I've had the pleasure of knowing Sheila Thigpen for nearly twenty years, and I can assure you that there are very few other people I'd trust to deliver fast, easy, and tasty dinners to the table. Sheila has an innate understanding of practical, time-saving techniques that home cooks are certain to appreciate.--Phillip Rhodes, Executive Managing Editor, Garden & Gun, and co-author of The Southerner's Cookbook
Sheila Thigpen has combined her life experiences and passions as a food blogger and photographer to plate the perfect collection of ingredient-efficient recipes designed for the modern lifestyle. No matter your skill level in the kitchen, you'll find her authentic approach invaluable. With over 90 user-friendly recipes and a wealth of chef-inspired tips, her book will quickly become a staple in your meal-prep repertoire.--Chef Kevin Green, Personal Chef and Culinary Instructor--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
SHEILA THIGPEN, a resident of Knoxville, TN, is the creator of the blog, Life, Love, and Good Food (lifeloveandgoodfood.com). Sheila retired from a long publishing career to focus on her passions--creating and sharing good food, photography, and blogging. The popular, growing food blog inspires home chefs to spend more time in the kitchen--and around the family dinner table.--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B081TGG8T6
- Publisher : Rockridge Press (10 December 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 2064 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 221 pages
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While this cookbook has relatively easy-to-make recipes as well as some interesting ideas for meals, it lacks in what has become almost essential in today's cookbooks...and that is pictures of the recipe results. There are only a few pictures in the entire book.
The contents of the book and the recipes are presented in a typical fashion with the preparatory section of the book effectively dealing with pantry needs, necessary tools, and basic cookware needed to have the resources available for the included recipes. The recipes themselves are clearly written and described, but some require spices and aromatics that many home kitchens may not regularly stock in their pantries. That being said, there are a couple of recipes of interest to me that I am likely to try, especially some of the author's Southwest traditionals that reflect her background.
Narrative instructions are clear, but it would help a great deal to have had pictures of what is expected as a result of completing a particular recipe.
While the book is good, it is not one of the higher tier cookbooks among the many I have had an opportunity to review, and therefore I rate it at Three Stars with a neutral recommendation.
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