America’s Home Cooking: What's for Dinner
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It’s the question that plagues every cook who has ever stared into their refrigerator or cupboard and wondered what to prepare for themselves or their families. So many home cooks get into a culinary rut, preparing the same meals over and over. This new cookbook in the America’s Home Cooking series addresses the problem with simple and imaginative recipes organized into three categories: Proteins – Starches – Vegetables.
All you need to do is select one from each of the three groups and you are on your way to a balanced and delicious meal. Over 64,000 different combinations can be constructed from the recipes in the cookbook which is enough for a lifetime of dinner variations. From Pecan Sweet Potatoes to Hot & Spicy Meatballs and Parmesan Lemon Chicken, home cooks will really appreciate this handy guide to dining variety and a collection of recipes that focus on simple ingredients and easy preparations. Spiral-bound paperback cookbook, approx. 158 pages, approx. 133 recipes.