Quick Home-cooked Meals: Letting Your Microwave Work for You (in 30 Minutes Or Less)

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Good Books, 1999 - Cooking - 188 pages
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You want more control over your own and your family's eating. But you still have only limited time for cooking. You'll be tempted to return to your old practice of picking up pre-cooked food on the way home unless you can find recipes and hints that match your schedule. Quick Home-Cooked Meals is a cookbook that will show you how to manage it all. It is a collection of recipes that are simple, tasty, nutritious, and fast. Most can be made in 30 minutes or less. Learn how to let your microwave make meals, not just heat leftovers. Follow the Menu-Planning Guide for balanced, full meals in minutes. Recommended by REDBOOK!

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Maryann Zepp, Seattle, Washington, is an experienced instructor in the use of the microwave oven. She is a graduate of Drexel University in home economics education. She has also studied nutrition and the culinary arts at Immaculata College, The Pennsylvania State University, and Johnson and Wales. A former high school teacher and bakery owner, she has developed products and recipes for major food companies in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Washington.

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