A Cookbook for the Woman Who Hates Cooking

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Ilana K. Levinsky, 2012 - 360 pages
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When two sisters grow up with opposing views in the kitchen the result is an impassioned approach to food and cooking. This book developed as a challenge Ilana had posed to Sharon and after many hours spent together arguing and experimenting with recipes, Ilana was able to prove that even the woman who hates cooking can learn a few things guaranteed to make life a little easier. This book is rich with enchanting stories about food, people, and traditions including more than 100 first-class recipes made easy for the woman who hates cooking. The book is peppered with dialogue emphasizing the benefits and pitfalls of each recipe with much candidness and humor. This is not a fantasy cookbook, something to glance at, but rather a helpful tool for anyone who hates cooking. A Cookbook for the Woman Who Hates Cooking offers cooks and non-cooks alike entertainment in the kitchen through a collection of irresistible recipes, easy-to-follow tips, beautiful photography, and unforgettable stories.

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