The Frugal Gourmet Cooks American

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Cengage Gale, 1995 - House & Home - 569 pages
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Jeff Smith, the frugal gourmet, has reached tens of millions of television viewers via his cooking television shows. In The Frugal Gourmet Cooks American, Jeff launches on a fresh exploration of food, family and kitchen. Here 'the Frug' discusses such widely diverse topics as loneliness, guilt and healthy eating, as well as common sense approaches to kitchen design, keeping in mind the special needs of our rapidly aging population. This is a book that truly reflects the important changes taking place in American cooking, and one that turns the joys of cooking--and eating--to their rightful place: the kitchen.

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User Review  - Caroline - Goodreads

I bought this cookbook waaaay back when I was first married, shortly after it appeared in paperback. It was the first cookbook I ever sat down and actually read, like a fiction book. The descriptions ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nancy Noyes-ward - Goodreads

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About the author (1995)

In 1991, Jeff Smith launched a company called Cartoon Books to publish his comic book Bone, a comedy/adventure about three lost cousins from Boneville. Word of mouth, critical acclaim, and a string of major awards helped propel Cartoon Books and Bone to the forefront of the comic book industry. In the Spring of 2005, Harry Potter's U.S. publisher Scholastic entered the graphic novel market by launching a new imprint, Graphix with a full color version of Bone. Out from Boneville, bringing the underground comic to a new audience and a new generation.

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