Lauren Groveman's kitchen: nurturing food for family & friends

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Chronicle Books, 1994 - Cooking - 527 pages
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Lauren Groveman makes delicious, simple, comforting meals possible again with a comprehensive book that reinvents cooking as a relaxing, creative, fulfilling activity for even the busiest people. Detailed, clearly written instructions, tips on time management, and a chapter on bread making are just some of the features that make this a great teaching cookbook.

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This ambitious book includes a long introductory secton on equipment, ingredients, and culinary terms, dozens of sidebars devoted to cooking questions, and pages of tips on all sorts of kitchen ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
BETTER THAN STOREBOUGHT
70
JUST FOR STARTERS
98
HEFTY STOCKS AND HEARTY SOUPS
136
PERFECT PASTA
174
QUICK LIGHT AND SO RIGHT
208
THE MAIN EVENT
246
VIM ON THE SIDE
312
MAIL ORDER SOURCES
512
TABLE OF EQUIVALENTS
526
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About the author (1994)

Groveman is a well-known cooking and baking teacher and the host of the PBS series "Home Cooking with Lauren Groveman." She lives with her family in New York.

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