How to Cook Everything: 2,000 Simple Recipes for Great Food
Today's Favorite Kitchen Companion—Revised and Better Than Ever
Mark Bittman's award-winning How to Cook Everything has helped countless home cooks discover the rewards of simple cooking. Now the ultimate cookbook has been revised and expanded (almost half the material is new), making it absolutely indispensable for anyone who cooks—or wants to. With Bittman's straightforward instructions and advice, you'll make crowd-pleasing food using fresh, natural ingredients; simple techniques; and basic equipment. Even better, you'll discover how to relax and enjoy yourself in the kitchen as you prepare delicious meals for every occasion.
"A week doesn't go by where I don't pull How to Cook Everything down from the shelf, so I am thrilled there's a new, revised edition. My original is falling apart!"
"This new generation of How to Cook Everything makes my 'desert island' cookbook choice jacked up and simply universal. I'll now bequeath my cookbooks to a collector; I need only this one."
"Mark Bittman has done the impossible, improving upon his now-classic How to Cook Everything. If you need know-how, here's where to find it."
"Mark Bittman is a great cook and an incredible teacher. In this second edition, Mark has fine-tuned the original, making this book a must for every kitchen."
"Throw away all your old recipes and buy How to Cook Everything. Mark Bittman's recipes are foolproof, easy, and more modern than any others."
"Generous, thorough, reliable, and necessary, How to Cook Everything is an indispensable reference for both experienced and beginner cooks."
"I learned how to cook from How to Cook Everything in a way that gives me the freedom to be creative. This new edition will be my gift to new couples or for a housewarming; if you have this book, you don't really need any others."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - itbgc - LibraryThing
I enjoyed quickly reading through this library book, but I didn't try any of the recipes. I was comparing this to a library copy of Joy of Cooking (75th anniversary edition). How to Cook Everything ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mehrgedanken - LibraryThing
Love this cookbook. Every recipe has worked. My only quibble is that he claims that Spätzle comes from France, when they are actually of German origin. Read full review
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How to Cook Everything, Completely Revised 10th Anniversary Edition: 2,000 ...
No preview available - 2008