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by Sazannah Sloan,Sally Sondheim

ePub A Dinner a Day: Complete Meals in Minutes for Every Weeknight of the Year download
Author:
Sazannah Sloan,Sally Sondheim
ISBN13:
978-0446671453
ISBN:
0446671452
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Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing (November 1, 1996)
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Subcategory:
Entertaining & Holidays
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1434 kb
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1847 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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603

Sondheim, Sally; Sloan, Suzannah. Dinners and dining, Menus, Quick and easy cookery.

Sondheim, Sally; Sloan, Suzannah. New York, NY : Warner Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

A Dinner A Day looks like a cookbook for beginners, but it actually has some great recipes even for more experienced cooks. The meals take from 30-60 minutes to make. There are many recipes featuring fish, chicken, and meatless entrees, plus some for meats such as pork, beef and lamb.

A Dinner a Day: Complete Meals in Minutes for Every Weeknight of the Year.

The Franklin Planner meets The Joy of Cooking in this creative and practical cookbook that takes care of all the thinking and planning of a year's worth of weeknight meals

The Franklin Planner meets The Joy of Cooking in this creative and practical cookbook that takes care of all the thinking and planning of a year's worth of weeknight meals. A Dinner a Day contains over 1,000 recipes-all with preparation times of under an hour-plus 267 complete menus, weekly shopping lists, and more. Its not perfect, but for what it claims, it delivers. com User, June 27, 2001. I've been using this cookbook for three years and I think I know the ins and outs of it. It is incredibly useful for day to day cooking and once you have a pantry stocked with various spices,oils and vinegars, it's not all that expensive.

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What others are saying. so the next day I made more so I could have some :-) It is so delicious, I will be adding this to my rotation in my meals. ginger + lemongrass infused thai soup with crispy tofu and wild rice.

A Dinner a Day: Complete Meals in Minutes for Every Weeknight of the Year by Sally Sondheim & Suzannah Sloan ISBN-13: 978-0446671453. This is the book that got me cooking again, despite very long hours at work, after 3 years of mostly boxed/frozen dinners

A Dinner a Day: Complete Meals in Minutes for Every Weeknight of the Year by Sally Sondheim & Suzannah Sloan ISBN-13: 978-0446671453. This is the book that got me cooking again, despite very long hours at work, after 3 years of mostly boxed/frozen dinners. Entire meals made in 1 hour or less including all the prep, with step by step instructions as well as a list that interweaves what to do to get all courses done at the same time. Grocery lists for the week.

A Dinner a Day: Complete Meals in Minutes for Every Weeknight of the Year by Sally Sondheim and Sazannah Sloan ? More than 1,000 recipes 267 complete meals. 365 Quick, Easy and Inexpensive Dinner Menus by Penny E. Stone

A Dinner a Day: Complete Meals in Minutes for Every Weeknight of the Year by Sally Sondheim and Sazannah Sloan ? More than 1,000 recipes 267 complete meals. Stone. combines nutrition, ease of preparation, and cost-efficiency. multi-indexed by food category and by preparation time. The Rush Hour Cook's Weekly Wonders: 19 Weekly Dinner Menus Complete with Grocery Lists for Today s Busy Family by Brook Noel ? written by a CEO, mom, wife, daughter, volunteer, churchgoer, author, and speaker.

The remit of the authors is to provide the busy person with a full set of recipes for a year's worth of meals. With nearly a 1000 recipes and 260 menus they show the reader how to do it using fresh and seasonal products.
  • A Dinner A Day looks like a cookbook for beginners, but it actually has some great recipes even for more experienced cooks. Written by two working moms, the book lays out the weekday meals in menus and provides a weekly shopping list, equipment and utensils needed to prep and cook, and the order in which the meal should be prepared. The meals take from 30-60 minutes to make. My family likes the meals, which are generally healthier than average. There are many recipes featuring fish, chicken, and meatless entrees, plus some for meats such as pork, beef and lamb. The emphasis is on using fresh ingredients as much as possible, which saves money and reduces sodium and chemical additives in the diet. Recipes are for four servings---usually generous ones---and are easy to halve again or double for larger groups. I highly recommend this cookbook as both a money and a time saver for busy cooks. It would also make a great gift for someone just learning to plan and fix meals, as it covers every step involved and helps teach good nutrition.

  • I bought this book, hoping it would help me with dinner planning. I have 3 children under 8 years old, and my mother lives with us. I was having a heck-of-a-time figuring out what to cook to make everybody happy, what to buy at the grocery store, ending up eating out way too much. Now I shop on Sunday afternoons, with the handy-dandy shopping list. Each day I look at the day's menu, seeing what I might have to prepare beforehand. Sometimes, you may have a crockpot meal so you need to start that in the morning. Otherwise, around 4 or 5, I start preparing the meal. The recipes are all on two facing pages, the order in which to prepare the recipes is also included, which really helps me with timing. We are eating such a variety of foods now, and a lot more veggies and fruits, which everybody needs! Not everybody in my family likes everything, but I figure as the kids get older, they will start trying more stuff. I didn't like to use any convenience foods before, but I trade off the cost/health factor because we aren't eating out as much. There is sometimes quite a bit of chopping. The whole meal is supposed to take under an hour to prepare, but I think if you have a lot of chopping, it might take longer. That is my only criticism of this otherwise wonderful cookbook. We have used it for 3 months now. We cook our old standby's on the weekend and eat out once a week now. I have served several meals to company and have gotten rave reviews! I should also mention I tried once-a-month cooking in several forms and that did not work at all. We needed more variety, more fresh things, better-rounded meals. This book solved all of my dinner problems! Now if it could just do laundry, my life would be perfect!

  • Lent my original copy to a friend who moved away shortly afterwards. Love it so much, I had to get another copy! The desserts are for the birds, but the cooking techniques and flavor combos are terrific.

  • LOVE this cookbook. I had it years ago when my kids were in middle and high school. Colorful dishes, great meal plans so all is done in one hour, convenient shopping list, organized by season for fresh ingredients. I wish I had involved the kids more in cooking with it because it’s really a fun experience.

  • Enjoying item. I found it odd that this title has no table of contents. I was surprised that there is a dessert for ever meal and NO vegetable suggestions. I realize the book is an older copyright, but does not promote a healthy lifestyle.

  • Just not the type of things we eat and too much seafood and fish which we rarely eat.

  • My mother used to create meals from this cookbook when I was in jr. high. During multiple moves, it got lost so I bought her the ebook for Xmas. Unfortunately, the ebook is hard to navigate and doesn't seem to be consistent in its page turning. It also lacks an index at the back of the book which was a great tool in the hard copy. All in all, I love the meals but I'm disappointed with the kindle version.

  • Awesome cookbook. My second one because I wore out the first one