The Little Black Apron: A Single Girl's Guide to Cooking with Style and Grace

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Adams Media, Oct 1, 2007 - Cooking - 256 pages
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For the single gals who cant tell a can opener from a whisk, authors Jodi Citrin, Melissa Gibson, and Katie Nuanes offer hilarious commentary, sexy anecdotes, and tangible solutions to healthy and simple cooking. Armed with the tips and quick prep ideas on every page, any woman can have dinner on the table in no time.
 

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I read over the cookbook before I gave it as a Christmas gift. It is very easy to read and has lots of fun recipies. Read full review

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Contents

the little black apron the musthave tool for every newbie chefette
1
grocery shopping for the single girl
7
the basics learning to love your kitchen
13
cooking for the single girl meals for Sunday through thursday nights
37
salads green like envy or emeralds
41
veggies and sides its whats inside that counts
67
chicken pork beef seafood and frittatas thats a mouthful
89
starches and pastas dont worry theyre everyones weakness
147
beverages going down nice and smooth
205
let us entertain you were very versatile
213
the little block apron sample menus
223
quick reference guide to vinaigrettes sauces and marinades
227
basic measurements and conversions
236
index of recipes
237
index of topics
241
about the authors
245

desserts sweets for my sweet sugar for my honey
191

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