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ePub The Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals with Surprisingly Little Effort download
Author:
Jacques Pepin
ISBN13:
978-0060936921
ISBN:
0060936924
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Publisher:
William Morrow Cookbooks; Reprint edition (October 9, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Quick & Easy
ePub file:
1961 kb
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1343 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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721

This book, The Short-Cut Cook lives up to its name--simple food in a hurry. I have already cook many of the recipes. None has disappointed.

Make crackers by spritzing wonton wrappers with oil and bake until golden. Use frozen butternut squash for quick soup. Freeze salmon and cream cheese appetizer rollups for easy slicing. Prepare cheese straws appetizers with frozen puff pastry. Need an elegant entrée in record time? Sauté pork cutlets with prunes and steak sauce. Spoon a rich-tasting sauce of wine. This book, The Short-Cut Cook lives up to its name--simple food in a hurry.

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Combining these short cuts with his inimitable flair for elegant food, Ppin creates a versatile collection of 150 recipes for everything from casual weekend fare to fabulous entertaining.

Home Pépin, Jacques The Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals With . Illustrator: Jacques Pépin. Book Condition: Fine.

Home Pépin, Jacques The Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals With Surprisingly Little. The Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals With Surprisingly Little Effort. Signed: Signed by Author. Make crackers by spritzing wonton wrappers with oil and bake until golden.

This week in CT, Jacques is working on a Re-boot of his 1990 book . .This iconic book, dedicated to Claudine, then in her 20’s was written to teach how to make wonderful meals with surprisingly little effort

This week in CT, Jacques is working on a Re-boot of his 1990 book .This iconic book, dedicated to Claudine, then in her 20’s was written to teach how to make wonderful meals with surprisingly little effort. The content, recipes and certainly the techniques are as relevant today as they were then.

The Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals with Surprisingly Little Effort by Jacques Pepin. Jacques Pepin Celebrates: 200 Of His Most Cherished Recipes For Memorable Meals With Family And. Short-Cut Cook: Make Simple Meals with Surprisingly Little Effort. Healthy Cook Books Healthy Breakfast Recipes Easy Healthy Recipes Healthy Foods To Eat Make Ahead Turkey Gravy Low Fat Cooking Skinny Recipes Low Calorie Recipes Healthy Habits. Jacques Pepin Celebrates: 200 Of His Most Cherished Recipes For Memorable Meals With Family An. lmond Floating Islands with Custard Sauce, Cookbook cover image courtesy of Random House. Jacques Pepin Celebrates, this man is a genius!

In the recipe’s notes, Jacques says that this chicken avocado salad is a great way to use leftover chicken. I couldn’t agree more. Chicken Avocado Salad.

In the recipe’s notes, Jacques says that this chicken avocado salad is a great way to use leftover chicken. The tasty salad dressing would be delicious with leftover roast turkey or pork too. The Skinny on Chicken Avocado Salad. The only change I made was to cut back on the oil from 3 tablespoons to 1, to make it a little more Weight Watchers friendly. You’ll want to Shred the chicken rather than cutting it with a knife.

The Short-Cut Cook : Make Simple Meals with Surprisingly Little Effort by Jacques Pepin (2001, Paperback).

Find sources: "Jacques Pépin" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2010) (Learn how . Short-Cut Cook (1990). Today's Gourmet (1991). Cuisine Economique (1992).

Find sources: "Jacques Pépin" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Jacques Pépin French pronunciation: (born December 18, 1935) is a French born, American chef, author, culinary educator, television personality, and artist. Since the late 1980s, he has appeared on American television and has written for The New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine and many other publications. He has authored over 30 cookbooks many of which have become best sellers.

Jacques Pépin, America's favorite French chef, makes your cooking easier with 150 timesaving recipes.Make crackers by spritzing wonton wrappers with oil and bake until golden.Use frozen butternut squash for quick soup.Freeze salmon and cream cheese appetizer rollups for easy slicing.Prepare cheese straws appetizers with frozen puff pastry.Need an elegant entrée in record time?Sauté pork cutlets with prunes and steak sauce.Spoon a rich-tasting sauce of wine, ketchup, and mustard over grilled steak Mix melted chocolate with whipped cream for quick chocolate mousse.Fill a store-bought, hollowed-out pound cake with quick food processor lemon buttercream.
  • I love to cook and am willing to spend literally hours fiddling over things, on the other hand, there are definitely times when I want to "get it done" and end up with something simple, quick and yet fresh tasting...The Short-Cut Cook is great. I really do not like most "mixes" or "instant stuff" (reading the ingredients is a total turnoff which would probably be a great way to diet, go to the grocery store, read the labels...sodium and chemicals galore and go home with an empty cart). But I noticed that while Pepin recommends things I'd probably just make myself like "frozen hash browned potatoes" (to save time of prep) and even an instant pudding for a frosting recipe as well as a frozen pie crust (all things that if I needed them it would be both cheaper and easier to do from scratch)...he does make the point that there are a lot of prepared foods which if you either don't have the time or the experience are better bought. Definitely "quantum leaps" above anything for beginner cooks or people who couldn't stand TV dinners or boxed macaroni 40+ years ago when I was learning to cook and was totally thrilled by the "I Hate to Cook" cookbook and Campbell's "Cooking with Soup". I definitely buy this as a gift for anyone who loves food, needs to entertain on a moment's notice or after working all day needs some inspiration. The recipes definitely look and taste like you've cared. Not sure how great these recipes would go over if you have little children but definitely a worth adding to your cooking repertoire for those "surprise" or spontaneous guest situations.

  • Get this book for people who need quick and easy. My cooking level is considered advanced intermediate and I'm totally loving this little gem because when you look at his simple, tasty (and some unusual) recipes, you'll smile. Very easy and many with a twist. I got this book for a new beginner cook and ended up with copy for myself. But I've always loved Jacques.

  • This book, The Short-Cut Cook lives up to its name---simple food in a hurry. I have already cook many of the recipes. None has disappointed.

  • I love this little book... little in size but big in content. I'm already using it and so far the things I have prepared came out delicious!
    Thanks for your fast and careful delivery!

  • Pepin really does makes it simple in this straight forward, easy to follow cook book. This man knows what he is doing and is able to deliver a collection of recipes and techniques that will yield outstanding results for all of us untrained, un-French home cooks. These are everyday family recipes using easy to find ingredients. No fancy presentation, no fancy recipe names, no fancy color pictures - Just easy to prepare, flavorful dishes.

  • Jacques Pepin knows what tastes good! Were that only true of other cookbook authors!

  • Jacques never disappoints.

  • Excellent.