10-08-2012, 02:03 AM
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: The Kingdom of Nye, Nevada
Device: Sony Reader PRS505 & PRS600, iPad, Pandigital Novel, iPad 2
Eleventy-Seven: 117 Chicken Recipes Even Guys Can Do! [Kindle Edition]
William Rowe (Author), Dr Christine Rowe EDD (Editor)
Eleventy–Seven: 117 Chicken Recipes Even Guys Can Do! is designed for everyone who needs a basic chicken recipe book, including senior guys, young guys starting out, guys between marriages, all guys, and all gals too.
Suppose you come home from work, tired and hungry--what will you fix for dinner? Suppose you're home alone and you want to have a tasty meal--what will you do? Suppose you're with your kids on the weekend, or your grand-kids are over and they are hungry--what options do you have?
If you are tired of takeout, eating out at a restaurant, or eating microwave dinners every night, and you want a good, home-cooked meal, you need a good recipe book. You want a basic recipe book, not one that has grand recipes it would take all the stars to be perfectly aligned for you to be successful. You want to learn the basics before you book Carnegie Hall for your debut.
This recipe book has 117 chicken recipes that are tasty; most are quick and easy. Practically all of them quicker than ordering take-out.
Each recipe has a superior format:
First, there's the fun part--cooking should make you smile too: a section about the recipe that is entertaining. Most recipes are related to an old movie or TV show. Having something fun to think about while cooking makes cooking more enjoyable.
Second, there's a section that tells that tells you the practical stuff: the time it will take, the number of servings, and the difficulty, 1 to 4 chicken heads instead of stars.
Third, each ingredient begins with its name listed first, making it easy to use for shopping and to know what you'll need next while making the recipe in your kitchen.
Fourth, directions are clear and logical, set out line by line like a checklist.
Last, any tips follow, and are separate from the directions.
Measurements are in American format, and there are metric and Celcius conversions for outside the US readers.
Each recipe is designed for your Kindle. You can take it with you when you shop and you can use your Kindle in your kitchen when making the recipe.
The author learned how to cook when he was a bachelor because it was easier, cheaper, and healthier than to play the helpless male. He is famous for his 30 minute meals (well, famous in a small circle, anyway.)
Now includes cooking terms in the appendix in response to reader reviews.