Book Reviews of Monday-to-Friday Cookbook

Monday-to-Friday Cookbook
Monday-to-Friday Cookbook
Author: Michele Urvater
ISBN-13: 9781563057489
ISBN-10: 1563057484
Publication Date: 6/1/1995
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

3 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I have two of these so am listing this one. This is a great book for a curious first timer cook. It explains so many things. It helps you set up a basic pantry of foods when you shop on a weekly basic. All meals are good and fast depending on your taste. I liked that she describes the various types of rice what will give you sticky rice, what will give you rice that doesn't stick together. She is an educator cook and also has kids which helps make food for little ones easier.
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Some great recipes and ideas in this cookbook.
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over 300 superb recipes plus hundreds of variations and dining strategies. the plan, the pantry, the tips, the dishes. an innovative blueprint for weekday meal success.
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incredibly useful book outlining how to plan a week's worth of meals basically ahead of time. Easy recipes. Good food.
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Over 300 recipes with hundreds of variations that will make your workday life easier.
How to organize your kitchen, stock the pantry, and take advantage of proven shortcuts
Winner of the James Beard Award.
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Uses ingredients I don't use. Not sure the recipes are fast and practical.