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by Glenn Andrews

ePub Impromptu Cooking download
Glenn Andrews
Atheneum; 1st edition (July 1, 1973)
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Arthur Glenn Andrews (January 15, 1909 – September 25, 2008), usually known as Glenn Andrews, was an American politician and a United States Representative from Alabama. Andrews was born in Anniston in Calhoun County in North Alabama, a son of Roger Lee Andrews and the former Beryl Elizabeth Jones. He attended public schools in Birmingham and attended John Herbert Phillips High School there. He then graduated from Mercersburg Academy, a boarding school in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania

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Pub Date: Oct. 24th, 1973.

A valuable book, especially when the reader has some cooking knowledge.

com's Glenn Andrews Author Page. Books By Glenn Andrews. Growing and Using Garlic: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-183 (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin) Jan 04, 1998.

Growing & Using Dill.

A free-and-easy approach to cookery guaranteed to turn Nervous Nellies into ad-lib gourmets.
  • This is a great book for the beginner or the more advanced cook. It gives you basic cooking techniques and lets you adapt them to your style of cooking.

  • This is one of the first cookbooks I ever bought when I was on my own and it is full of warm, comfortable, advice on how and what to cook. The best thing about it though is it gets your imagination going and you start thinking about what you like and possibilities for meals even if you have never cooked or are afraid of cooking. It helps one get over having to measure everything, gets one to using one's own cooking "intuition" of what would taste good to one's self and helps one trust one's own ideas. It's wonderful for people who are creative or which to be creative or think they aren't creative :-)

  • This was one of my fist cookbooks, I have been married 40 years and still love to pull this book out and find interesting tasty things to do with ingredients I have on hand. It is so helpful and builds confidence in new cooks.

  • This was my 2nd cookbook. 1979. My first book was complicated. What did I know about the difference between white asparagus and green asparagus? Since I didn't know how to cook, this book was a great relief over gourmet style. Simple, easy, imaginative, and delicious. Not recipes as much as just a way of cooking. I am going to get a copy for my daughter in her new home. And she graduated from culinary school!