Express Lane Cookbook: Real Meals for Really Busy People

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Chapters, 1995 - Cooking - 208 pages
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What Most Of Us Hate About making dinner for the family after a harried day at work is not the cooking itself but having to think about what to serve. Here's the answer. More than 100 recipes to help the busy cook prepare entire meals from 10 ingredients or less -- each requiring no more than a quick trip through the supermarket express lane. Most of the recipes take only one or two simple steps to prepare, putting the convenience of the cook first, but without sacrificing flavor or the principles of health.

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Fritschner's book lives up to its subtitle, offering dozens of easy recipes for harried family cooks with little time to plan dinner or stand in long lines at the market. There are fish recipes that ... Read full review


Beef Lamb Pork 5 4
Chicken Turkey 8 4
Vegetarian Main Meals 13 2
Vegetables Side Dishes 15 2

About the author (1995)

Sarh Fritschner lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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