Monday-to-Friday chicken

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Workman Publ., Jan 10, 1998 - Cooking - 250 pages
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Joining the James Beard Award-winning Monday-to-Friday Cookbook and Monday-to-Friday Pasta, together with 248,000 copies in print, Monday-to-Friday Chicken presents over 180 recipes for America's favorite bird. Here are roast chickens, grilled chickens, baked chickens, chicken stir-fries and chicken saut,s, chicken soups, salads, sandwiches, and more, everything to help the family cook break out of the same-old-fish rut. The quick: Southwestern Lemon Chicken. The really quick: Chicken Club. The fun: Easy Tasty Asian Wings. The special: Roasted Chicken l'Indienne, Orange Braised Chicken with Almond Sauce.

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Ooh, this was one of my first cookbooks! I bought it in Portland when I was 19 - a busy student just learning to cook, and I used it all the time. The recipes rely heavily on canned foods, but are all ... Read full review

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Urvater opens her latest in the Monday-to-Friday series with a fellow food writer's observation that "You can never have enough chicken recipes," and many, if not most, busy family cooks would agree ... Read full review

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An "excellent teacher" is the New York Times's praise for Michele Urvater. The star of the Television Food Network series Cooking Monday-to-Friday,her books include the award-winning Monday-to-Friday Cookbook and Monday-to-Friday Chicken. Her 20-year cooking career includes catering, teaching, writing, consulting, and working as a corporate chef.

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