What's for Dinner?: Over 200 Delicious Recipes that Work Every Time

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Chronicle Books, 1997 - Cookery - 301 pages
It's a scene repeated every evening in thousands of homes across the country: the door slams, and a voice cries out, "What's for dinner?" Maybe it's your kids, maybe it's your wife, it could even be your friends. Now you'll never be stuck for an answer. From the author of Chronicle Books' popular Pacific Fresh comes this all-purpose, everyday cookbook for the busy cook who expects good results with a minimum of time and effort. Easy-to-follow and healthy, the recipes include tips for menu planning and call for ingredients that are readily available, affordable, and fresh. What's for Dinner? is real food for real people, sure to become a household favorite.
 

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Here are dozens of recipes for family meals and entertaining, from Cream of Mushroom Soup and Party Salmon Mousse to Turkey Meatballs and Baked Tarragon Chicken Breasts. Some are rather familiar ... Read full review

Contents

Paafa Flue Grail16 and Legumes
188
Great on The Grill
217
Index
288
Ta lale of Equivalent?
301
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Maryana Vollstedt is the author of more than a dozen cookbooks, including "The Big Book of Casseroles", "What's for Dinner?", and "Pacific Fresh". She lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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