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About Steve Doocy
Steve Doocy is the longtime host of America’s number 1 cable morning news show FOX News Channel's FOX & Friends (weekdays 6-9AM/ET) and is the host of Cooking with Steve Doocy and Cooking in a Hurry on FNC’s on demand subscription-based streaming service FOX Nation. Throughout his broadcasting career, Mr. Doocy has received 11 local EMMY Awards for feature coverage, as well as the Associated Press' Feature Reporter of the Year Award.
Steve and his wife Kathy are the co-authors of the New York Times bestsellers "The Happy Cookbook”, "The Mr. and Mrs Happy Handbook" and the forthcoming “The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook: 101 Fast and Easy New Recipes That Taste Like Home.” Steve also wrote “Tales from the Dad Side: Misadventures in Fatherhood.” Doocy received his B.A. in journalism from the University of Kansas.
The Doocys live just outside New York City in suburban New Jersey.
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In this follow up to their New York Times bestseller The Happy Cookbook, Fox & Friends cohost Steve Doocy and his wife, Kathy, share more hilarious stories and offer crowd-pleasing recipes that are quick, easy, and delicious.
Steve Doocy and his wife, Kathy, believe the kitchen and the family dinner table should be happy places where memories are made and shared. But most of us don’t have the time to spend hours in the kitchen. Steve and Kathy are no exception, and with The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook, they bring together more than a hundred recipes for favorite comfort foods that come together in a flash—from last-minute entrees to set-it-and-forget-it slow-cooker meals.
The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook includes recipes covering a variety of occasions and favorite foods, from holidays, casseroles, and one-pot meals to chicken, pasta, and desserts, as well a whole chapter devoted to the ultimate comfort ingredient: potatoes. Steve and Kathy also share their clever Happy in a Hurry Hacks, which save prep and cooking time and can be used no matter what recipes you're using. Best of all, they include more hilarious and heartwarming stories from the Doocy family and (some well-known) friends.
With The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook you can enjoy time-saving, all-American home cooking at its best—nothing fancy, everything delicious—with recipes such as:
- Buffalo Chicken Tacos
- Carrot Cake Waffles
- Red, White, and Blueberry Summer Fruit Salad
- Crockpot Carnitas
- Pumpkin-Swirled Mashed Potatoes
- Sweet Tea Fried Chicken
- Bacon Braided Smoked Turkey Breast
- Ritz Cracker Crust Peanut Butter Pie
- Six-Minute Strawberry Pie
Best of all, the easy, pleasing recipes in The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook leave you and your family with more time to do the things you love!
The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook is illustrated with 65 color food photos throughout and homey shots of the Doocys with friends and family, sure to please their many fans.
A beautiful, full-color collection of recipes and stories that celebrate comfort and inspire happiness all year round from Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy and his wife, Kathy.
Steve Doocy calls Kathy, his wife of more than thirty years, "the best cook I’ve ever met." Together, they take joy in cooking and entertaining with their family and friends. In The Happy Cookbook, the Doocys share favorite recipes, stories, and photos from their family life. In addition to beloved family dishes, this full-color cookbook includes recipes from friends like musician Kid Rock, professional golfer Greg Norman, and many more!
The Happy Cookbook will not only appeal to Steve’s legions of Fox & Friends fans, but to anyone looking for accessible, fun, and delicious food that will inspire great meals for every day and for special occasions. The Happy Cookbook includes a range of yummy dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, such as:
- Steve’s Breakfast Smoothie
- Eggs in a Nest
- Roma Tomato Flatbread
- Pimento Cheese Dip
- Bacon Corn Chowder
- Flaky Ham and Cheese Sandwiches
- Mamma Marie’s Meatballs
- Kid Rock’s Mom’s Chicken Pot Pie
- Ritz Cracker Breaded Pork Chop
- Buffalo Chicken Calzone
- Kathy’s Famous Sugar Cookies
- Betty’s Bourbon Pumpkin Cheesecake
Offering an inside look at the Doocys’ home life—their food, stories, and infectious family spirit—The Happy Cookbook is all-American home cooking at its best: nothing fancy, and everything delicious!
Ever since Eve asked Adam, "Do I look fat in this fig leaf?" it has been apparent that husbands don't know how to relate to their wives. Men believe they understand women and vice versa, but really men know as much about women as a cocker spaniel knows about assembling a Weber grill.
Welcome to The Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook, Steve Doocy's laugh-out-loud perspective on love, marriage, and family. The book can be used for its hilarious husband and wife wisdom or, if things aren't going well, as a projectile to get somebody's attention. This is not an advice book. It is a don't even think of trying this book. The author, his family, and his collection of friends (some very famous in the worlds of entertainment, business, and politics) have already discreetly made almost every conceivable marriage mistake, and it is their hope that this irrev- erent manual can save you the trouble of being an idiot on your own.
Doocy, co-host of Fox & Friends, who has been married for twenty consecutive years, provides real slice-of-life stories on everything from early marriage ("I love you, you're perfect, now wear this thong") and pregnancy ("You're eating for two? Who— you and Shaquille O'Neal?") to sending your child to college ("Is that a funnel?") and retirement (high-fiber appetizers on Viagra dates). Most of the stories conclude with "corrections" and additional wise words from Doocy's real-life wife, Kathy, who, after two decades of picking up Steve's socks in the garage, has developed a zany sense of humor herself.
There is also a handy troubleshooting section for when things go haywire, like during the eye- opening experiment undertaken especially for this book, wherein the author wanted to prove to his wife that they were perfect for each other, so he had them join an on-line dating service. Out of a database of several hundred thousand guys, he was not in her top 532 local men. Despite the fact that their one- month experiment ended a year ago, she's still getting photographs of single men whose head shots appear to have been taken at a recent skinhead convention. Luckily for him, she still prefers "bonehead to skinhead."
This book is a celebration of the pageantry that is wedlock, which starts with an "I do" and sometimes ends with a boiled rabbit. Let's face it, marriage isn't always as smooth as a forty-year-old's forehead after six months of Botox. In fact, marriage is ridiculously hard, but laughing about it is now incredibly easy with The Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook.
What you're holding in your hands is a very funny and sometimes poignant look at fathers. It's filled with stories of what it's been like as a dad and a son, from a child's first day of kindergarten to the awkward sex talk, right up to the day the always practical dad tries to pay for college with bonus miles.
While bookstores are filled with tales of mothers, their children, and families, there are so few from the dad's side. Now, as a public service, I'm doing my part to right this wrong.