Guerrilla Cooking

Guerrilla Cooking

The Survival Manual for People Who Don't Like to Cook or Don't Have Time to Cook

Book - 1996
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Baker & Taylor
Provides more than two hundred recipes for day-in, day-out cooking as well as for special occasions

Blackwell North Amer
Guerrilla Cooking is for anyone who spends too much time in the kitchen.
Guerrilla Cooking is about fast-strike meals and smart shortcuts. But the recipes here are not only quick, easy, and delicious, they're reliable - tested by real people like you.
If there's a place in your busy life for comfort food such as Shortcut Shepherd's Pie or Crispy Critter Chicken, this is the book for you. But look for more than recipes. For instance, each chapter presents a strategy for winning the war against dinner.
You'll also get coaching on how to entertain, plus specific instructions on how to develop your own specialties. We'll try and make you famous - maybe for popovers, maybe for your guerrilla mashed potatoes or oven-baked French fries.

& Taylor

A cookbook written for people who do not like to cook or do not have time to cook provides more than two hundred recipes for day-in, day-out cooking as well as for special occasions. Tour.

Publisher: New York : Wyatt Book, c1996
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312146108
Characteristics: 196 p. ; 22 cm


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