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Weeknight Cooking for Two: 100 Five-ingredient Super Simple Suppers Kindle Edition
"A must-have survival guide and cookbook for newlyweds, college graduates, or anyone who claims they have 'no skills in the kitchen.' Weeknight Cooking for Two will make a home cook out of you--and quick! And for those who say they are too busy to cook dinner, Kenzie Swanhart proves you wrong. Dinnertime is less intimidating and more fun with 5-ingredient recipes that are creative, wholesome, accessible and designed for all skill levels."--Ereka Vetrini, TV host and food blogger
"Weeknight Cooking for Two will completely change how you view your weeknight meals. No longer do you have to spend hours over the stove after a long day at work. Kenzie has provided over 100 mouth-watering, simple and healthy meals that can be on your table in 30 minutes or less."--Jessica Heggan, blogger, Jessi's Kitchen
"Weeknight Cooking for Two is an impressive blend of creativity and simplicity, as Kenzie offers beautiful, nutritious recipes that are both time and budget friendly. From the kitchen novice to the experienced chef, this collection is geared to universally please and accommodate. Equally as pleasing is Kenzie's bright personality that makes its way into each page of her creation. In a society full of fast food, hidden ingredients and misinformation, Weeknight Cooking for Two demonstrates that we don't have to sacrifice our health for the sake of convenience. Rather, Kenzie guides us back to flavorful simplicity and shows us just how delicious and nourishing a 30-minute (or less) meal can be."--Finley Amato, blogger, Bacon and Squats
"Weeknight Cooking for Two is the perfect book for busy couples who still want to eat great food at home during the week even when their schedules don't allow for lots of meal planning and time-consuming preparations. Kenzie Swanhart put together a beautiful assortment of recipes from vegetarian dishes to soups and sandwiches to meat, seafood, and desserts."--Megan Flynn Peterson, author of The Big 15 Paleo Cookbook and The Big 10 Paleo Spiralizer Cookbook
"I love the way Kenzie's personality shines through in Weeknight Cooking for Two! She understands what it's like to walk into the kitchen at the end of a long day and bring dinner to the table quickly and easily. I love that she utilizes fresh, whole-food ingredients and offers so many healthy options, including vegetarian and gluten-free."--Pamela Ellgen, author of The Gluten-Free Cookbook for Families and creator of SurfGirlEats.com
"I spend the majority of my time working, freelancing, and blogging - meaning I've got a full plate. With Kenzie's newest cookbook, Weeknight Cooking for Two, it means that my fiancé and I can actually whip up delicious (and healthy) recipes that don't take an eternity. I've got a ton of recipes bookmarked!"--Gabriella Valladares, blogger, bygabriella.co--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
KENZIE SWANHART is the founder of the popular food blog Cave Girl in the City and author of the health-focused cookbooks Clean Eating Bowls, Paleo in 28, and Spiralize It! Kenzie's culinary adventures began after graduating from college, when she considered the role her diet played in her life. In an effort to cultivate a healthy, balanced lifestyle, Kenzie embraced a whole food, clean eating lifestyle?and along with it, as well as a respectable collection of bowls.--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B0733SM87S
- Publisher : Rockridge Press (11 July 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 10942 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 245 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #587,081 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from other countries
The recipes are generally simple to make and there are a fair number I would not think to make on my own- especially the vegetarian ones. I like that there aren't a ton of specialty items needed to buy for recipes, so it leads to less food waste. I also like that they don't take too long to make.
So far I have made 3 recipes in the book. All took slightly longer than than the written down time (15 minutes vs. 10 for example), but that is a problem with almost all cookbooks. The recipes written as is a pretty plain and have pretty boring flavor profiles. If you add the optional ingredients, it makes them better. I have also been adding additional ingredients not listed to perk them up some. The biggest issue I have though is number of dishes used if the recipes are cooked as written. For stuffed peppers I dirtied 2 large pots, a large frying pan, and a baking dish + several smaller bowls for ingredients. By flipping the order of a couple steps you could have reduced that to 1 large pot + a dutch oven or corning dish (stove to oven). This would cut down on clean-up a lot.