Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day

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Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day

You’ll never be stumped for meal ideas again with this massive collection from Food Network Magazine, America’s best-selling food magazine. This family-friendly cookbook is packed with more than 1,000 recipes, including:

294 appetizers and snacks 156 breakfasts 287 main dishes 192 salads and sides 232 drinks and desserts Inspired by the pages of the magazine, this book is all about fun, easy cooking: Each recipe is short and simple–just a single paragraph!–and every page is filled


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Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day

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  1. 33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful pictures but…, April 26, 2012
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    This review is from: Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day (Paperback)
    Check it out of the library for some ideas and don’t waste your money! I was very disappointed because the concept is so nice (i.e. how can I take my boring basic pasta salad recipe and “jazz it up” a dozen ways? Oh, use Orzo, lemon, oregano and feta cheese and call it Greek! or use tortellini, pepperoni and cubed mozzarella with vinagrette and call it “Pizza Style”) but the recipes leave a lot to be desired.

    Pros:
    Great pictures
    Easy to read through
    Good ideas for “variations on a theme” as stated above of pasta salad, mashed potatoes, burgers, no bake desserts

    Cons:
    Even as a somewhat experienced home cook, I needed a few more words in the recipe instruction. This is the actual recipe for Pizza Pissaladiere: “Stretch dough into pan; scatter with carmelized onions and anchovies; bake 15 minutes at 450 until crust is golden”. How many onions? Yellow or red onions? How many anchovies? Do I dice or slice the onion? Dice or leave anchovies whole? How about a quick “carmelizing onions” lesson, without sacrificing the precious “tweetable” nature of the recipes? Even though I’m somewhat experienced, I still find it hard to judge how much of a vegetables to use between the cooked and raw state.

    Same thing with the “basic recipe” for skewers (lamb, chicken, beef). It just calls for marinating the meat of choice, skewering and “grilling until desired doneness”…Not helpful! How long for medium, rare, etc? And we all know chicken is “until you’re sure it won’t poison anyone” which is about how long? A few extra words here and there and it would have been a fun and useful find to pull out before parties or potlucks.

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  2. 18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Everyday Quick and Easy Recipes, May 6, 2012
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    CeliaD

    This review is from: Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day (Paperback)
    I honestly can say that this cookbook is a delight, I do not agree with a lot of the reviewers as I have had no issues with the content presentation. I too am an experienced cook with a vast array of cookbooks at my disposal but this one has something that entices me for an everyday quick and out of the ordinary mealtime blah. The concept is pretty straightforward – variations on kebabs, burgers, drinks and breakfasts… a short paragraph with ingredients that most of us already have at our disposal and preparation techniques that every experienced cook already knows. It’s not meant to provide the instructions or foundations of cooking, it’s assumed that as someone who has experience cooking will know how to caramelize an onion, as well as when chicken is no longer pink inside and the juice runs clear – it’s ready. That said, if you are seeking this sort of guidance one can always google it, or buy a cookbook that provides more grounding or one with more step-by-step instructions. This is really meant as a fun and refreshing everyday tool or something to use when you want to put together a quick party replete with drinks and appetizers or experiment with a new way to cook.

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