A Flash in the Pan: Fast, Fabulous Recipes in a Single Skillet

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2003 - Cooking - 168 pages
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The most useful piece of cookware in any household is a good heavy skillet. Bon Appetit's Brooke Dojny and Melanie Barnard share their extensive culinary experience with this indispensable kitchen helpmate to create a collection of entrees so delicious it's hard to believe they only need one pan and 30 minutes or less to get them to the table. Serving up a meal of Garlic Shrimp Marbella can be just that easy. Same goes for Corned Beef Hash the old-fashioned way. From down-home favorites like Beer-Battered Fish 'n' Chips to more exotic fare like Curried Couscous with Chickpeas and Dried Fruits, now dinner can be ready in, well - a flash in the pan!

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Dojny and Barnard, who have collaborated on more than half a dozen cookbooks, also write Bon Appetit's "30-Minute Main Courses" column. Although this book is not a spin-off of the column, it's in ... Read full review

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Brooke Dojny and Melanie Barnard write the monthly column Every-Night Cooking for Bon Appetit magazine. They have coauthored numerous cookbooks together and are also frequent contributors to a variety of food and lifestyle magazines. Both live in Connecticut.

Maren Caruso is a San Francisco-based photographer whose work also appears in The New Complete Coffee Book (0-8118-2867-0).

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