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No Recipe? No Problem!

How to Pull Together Tasty Meals without a Recipe

No Recipe? No Problem!
Phyllis Good By (author)
9781635862584
Product ID:  626258
$26.95
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2021/05/11
Storey Publishing, LLC

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8.0 X 9.0 in
352 pg


COOKING / Comfort Food
COOKING / Courses & Dishes / Casseroles
COOKING / Methods / Low Budget


Description

Phyllis Good empowers home cooks to wing it in the kitchen, with tips, tricks, and techniques for making winning, no-fuss meals without a recipe.

Reviews

"Cooking without recipes may sound intimidating, but Phyllis Good offers the confidence and techniques you need to cook great food without tablespoons and cup measurements. Learning to cook by instinct is the best lesson of all." — Kathy Gunst, coauthor of Rage Baking and resident chef for NPR’s Here and Now
 
"Every cook dreams of whipping up delicious meals without a recipe. Those who love cooking chase the dream for creative freedom (and some glory, too!), while those who hate to cook seek ease in the kitchen. No matter which group you belong to, No Recipe? No Problem! is your new kitchen holy grail. With a simple learning map, essential techniques, and all the cheat sheets you need, this cookbook will have you freestyle cooking in no time." 
— Stacie Billis, author of Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner! and cohost of Didn’t I Just Feed You?!

"Good returns with a winning guide on how to successfully wing it in the kitchen... With its clean design and easy-to-follow instructions, this should be a hit with novice cooks looking to sharpen their kitchen chops." — Publishers Weekly
 



Author Bio

Phyllis Good is the New York Times best-selling author and creator of the Fix-It and Forget-It series, which has more than 14 million copies in print. Her cookbooks are beloved for their outstandingly flavorful recipes, which are easy to follow and quick to prepare. In addition to writing her own cookbooks, Good served for 35 years as a writer and an editor at Good Books. She is currently the executive editor for Walnut Street Books.