If you like to eat well but don't relish the thought of going to the supermarket on a rainy Sunday afternoon or are too tired to shop after work, this is the cookbook for you. What to Cook When You Think There's Nothing in the House to Eat puts your pantry to work, showing you how pasta, beans, canned tuna, eggs, and cheese can form the basis of nutritious, tasty, and easy meals. There are tips on selecting, purchasing, and storing ingredients, along with recipes that feature each ingredient. A box of spaghetti, for example, "lasts longer than most marriages." Add olive oil, garlic, and a pinch of hot pepper, and you've got a meal -- Spaghetti Aglio Olio -- that anyone would applaud. This is not fancy food. It's everyday fare for those with even the most basic cooking skills.
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For working couples, singles, and young families, an amazing and completely practical cookbook on how to transform the most common and long-lasting ingredients into tasty and simple last-minute meals.About the Author:
Arthur Schwartzhosts "Food Talk," a popular New York City-based, nationally syndicated radio show, and was the longtime restaurant critic and food editor of the New York Daily News. He is the author of Cooking in a Small Kitchen, What to Cook When You Think There's Nothing in the House to Eat, and Soup Suppers.
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Book Description Perennial, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0060964324
Book Description Perennial, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0060964324
Book Description Perennial, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110060964324