Quick Lunches & Brunches

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Great Amer Pub, Apr 15, 2007 - Cooking - 158 pages
From Shrimp Scampi Kabobs to Great Northern Minestrone, you will impress your friends and family with a delicious brunch made from these 150 quick and easy recipes. They'll think you spent hours in the kitchen making Curried Beef Pitas, Huevos Rancheros, and Caramel Muffins. But you'll be out of the kitchen into the fun fast with helpful foot notes from the authors plus recipes that are easy quick to prepare, easy to follow and use ingredients most people already have in their kitchens.

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About the author (2007)

Cyndi Duncan and Georgie Patrick started writing cookbooks seventeen years ago. With busy lifestyle and family members that have varying schedules, writing their ¿One Foot in the Kitchen¿ cookbook series was a natural decision. Each title in the series ¿ Quick Crockery Cooking, Quick Mexican Cooking, Quick Soups ¿n Salads, Quick Hors d¿oeuvres, Quick Desserts and Quick Lunches & Brunches ¿ is winner of the distinguished Evvy Award presented by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association. Cyndi and Georgie differ in their opinion of what makes a quick meal. Cyndi is a ¿from scratch¿ cook who cooks ahead and freezes, creates meals from leftovers and uses fresh produce from her garden. Georgie, on the other hand, often creates delectable meals with items chosen from the deli case and convenient, prepared foods from the grocery store. Both readily admit to learning from the other¿s cooking methods and are committed to writing usable cookbooks for cooks at any skill level. Georgie graduated from Colorado State University with a teaching endorsement in language arts and history; Cyndi graduated from Colorado State University with a Home Economics degree. They both are married to engineers and live in Greeley, Colorado; they each have three children and a mother that cooks.

Cyndi Duncan and Georgie Patrick live in Greeley, Colorado. A love of good friends and good food led to their first Christmas cookie exchange in 1979, and within 10 years they formed their own publishing company and became award-winning cookbook authors and publishers.

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