The Complete Idiot's Guide to Cooking--For Guys

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DK Publishing, Apr 1, 2003 - Cooking - 352 pages
Whether it's nachos or crock-pot kielbasa, a party, something quick for the kid's lunch, a romantic date night, or dinner-for-one, this guy-friendly cookbook features over 230 real-food recipes for everything from vegetables, pasta, and desserts, to leftovers, appetizers, and grilling. Instead of relying on shortcuts, canned food, or unhealthy processed ingredients, it pares down complex cooking instructions; explains basic cooking terms; figures in prep time and cook time; and allots larger portion sizes. Notes high salt or high cholesterol recipes ;Includes more than 230 recipes; Provides special tips, advice, and recipe construction for beginners, plus bigger portion sizes for hungry men.

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Tod Dimmick has written for "Cape Cod Life, Cape & Islands Home," "Townonline.com," and the "MetroWest Daily News," His Gourmet Cooking on a Budget weekly e-mail newsletter for wz.com is read by over 75,000 subscribers. He is the author of "The Complete Idiots Guide to 20-Minute Meals" and "The Complete Idiots Guide to 5-Minute Appetizers,

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