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Campbell's Cooking Basics: A Guide for Everyday Cooks
Campbell's Cooking Basics: A Guide for Everyday Cooks provides simple tricks, basic tools, and helpful advice to help novice chefs navigate their way around the kitchen. The cookbook includes more than 130 recipes, each tested and approved by the Campbell's kitchen. This guide for everyday cooks includes a 30-page introduction that elaborates on the following topics: Learn to cook amazing meals without fancy equipment or elaborate techniques. Outfit your kitchen, learn common cooking terms, and recognize everyday cooking utensils; Find assistance on using your slow cooker, understand how to stock a pantry, and figure out what foods can be substituted for one another in case you run out. Campbell's Cooking Basics: A Guide for Everyday Cooks includes recipes for everything from appetizers to desserts, and from easy entrees to savory side dishes, prepared in everything from skillets to casserole dishes to slow cookers, Here is a sampling of recipes from the cookbook: Quick Chicken and Noodles;Tex-Mex Chicken and Rice Bake;Spaghetti Bolognese;Buffalo Chicken Dip;Swiss Cheese Fondue;Peach and Berry Cobbler. A photograph of the finished dish accompanies each recipe. Campbell's Cooking Basics: A Guide for Everyday Cooks is spiral-bound and lies flat for convenient use, and the high-gloss, embossed hard cover stands up to repeated use. The cookbook includes a recipe index for at-a-glance convenience.
More than 150 recipes.
Instruction and tips for novice cooks and chefs.
All recipes developed and tested in the Campbell's Kitchen.
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Shower giftAug 07, 2012
PERFECT Shower gift for my new to be DIL. When she said she wanted to know how too cook, I knew where too look. I copied some recipes from the book myself.