This cookbook used to be beautifully produced and light-heartedly written. It explains how six college cooks/roommates have been able to shop, prep and cook for themselves at the same time as at school. The book includes over 85 recipes in addition to info on food safety/storage, setting up a kitchen, what to include on your shopping list, and so forth. Recipes are simple and delicious, but not plain. They’re easy to make, but advanced enought to make cooking and serving them fun–and eating them a treat. There’s everything from breakfast ideas, to sandwiches, to side dishes and salads, to soups to main entrees(incuding Pastas, Roasts, and Burgers), to dessert.There are also salad dressings, sauces, dips and spreads. You’ll be able to find recipes for Breafkast Burritos, Blueberry and Banana Pancakes, Smoothies, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Tailgate Sausage Sandwiches, Caesar Salad, Chinese Chicken Salad, Creamy Tomato Basil Soup, Game Day Chili, Vegetarian Lasagna, Spicy Shrimp Pasta with Tomatoes and Garlic, Asian Stir-Fry Bowl, Tilapia Grill, Southwestern Steak Tacos, Ahi Sliders, Korean Pork Tenderloin, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies, Ice Cream Pie, Apple Betty, and more. Included are 10 ideas for how you can use a roasted chicken(Chicken Fajitas, Asian-Inspired Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Grilled Chicken Panini, and so forth.).Symbols assist you to know which recipes are the most simple to make, budget friendly, or healthy, which of them are vegetarian, and which are good as leftovers. The book also includes some sample menus to inspire your own creativity. Hosea Rosenberg, winner of Top Chef, Season 5, calls it a: Great starter book for the first-time cook! And even though you’re out of school or know how to cook, You’ll be able to find recipes You’ll be able to like here.
College Cooks: Simple ingredients, easy recipes, good tasting food