Southern Living Quick-Start Homemade: Time-Saving, Budget-Friendly, Easy & Delicious
Organized by main ingredients that stretch the dollar, the recipes in Southern Living Quick-Start Homemade: Time-Saving, Budget-Friendly, Easy & Delicious cookbook let you cook with what you have and with what’s on sale, truly making it the smart way to shop for and make dinner. If rotisserie chicken is on sale, you can go directly to that chapter to find a variety of recipes that hinge on that ingredient. Plus, at the beginning of each of these chapters, you’ll find tips on what to look for at the market, how to buy in bulk, and ideas for making dinner even easier and more special.
Featuring “go-to” ingredients like pasta, rotisserie chicken, and bagged greens, each chapter in Quick-Start Homemade brings readers a varied selection of recipes to use either their favorite ingredient or what they already have on hand. With added bonus features like simplified grocery lists, speed scratch secrets, and full-page cheat-sheets for each chapter with great tips and ideas, this cookbook is just what readers need; readers will want to have this book by their side when they plan their meals for the week, while they shop for the ingredients, and while they cook at home. Accompanied by full-page photos, each recipe is packed with new ways to make dinner easier, faster, and more flavorful, while clever icons throughout give Quick-Start Homemade a fun and playful feel!
Cooks&Books&Recipes Featured Cook Amy, on Southern Living Quick-Start Homemade:
I am pretty much the #1 fan of store-bought rotisserie chickens. At least once a week (usually more often), I find myself buying one, either to just eat straight up with stuffing and a vegetable, or to shred and use in all sorts of soups, stews, and casseroles. The rotisserie chicken really is a blessing to those of us who have limited time in the evenings to get dinner out on the table. So imagine my pleasure when I started looking through the latest cookbook I had to review (Southern Living: Quick Start Homemade), and there was a whole section devoted to my beloved rotisserie chickens! (The book also has sections devoted to pasta, pastry and pizza dough, eggs, salad greens, and more).
If you’re like me–someone who loves to get a homemade dinner out on the table most nights but needs it to be quick, budget-friendly, and healthy–you’ve got to check out this cookbook. It is full of some seriously easy and delicious recipes, and I know I’ll be trying lots more of them ASAP!
The Cookbook Basics:
Paperback (9 x 7.3 inches)
About the author: For more than forty years, Southern Living magazine has delivered definitive Southern food, decorating, gardening, and entertaining ideas to its readers, making it one of the most trusted sources in the country. The magazine reaches 15 million readers monthly. Readers use it, keep it, live by it.
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