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What’s for dinner You’ll find all the answers you need in this eagerly awaited first cookbook from the best-selling Food Network Magazine.
Inspired by the magazine’s popular “Weeknight Cooking” section, this book is packed with great family recipes from Food Network Kitchens, plus dozens of tips from the chefs. With this book, you’ll be able to put fun new dinners on the table every night, along with dozens of simple sides and 10-minute desserts. And each recipe comes with a photograph, so you’ll see exactly what your dish will look like when you take it to the table.
Best of all, each chapter comes with an exciting mix-and-match feature that lets you write your own recipes and try new twists on your family’s favorite dishes. You’ll be able to make mac and cheese dozens of ways, throw together tasty new stir-fries, and reinvent chicken dinners again and again.
This is easy cooking at its best: Just look at the all-photo recipe index and see what grabs you. You’ll have dinner done in no time!
Look inside for 250 amazing (and amazingly easy!) recipes, plus sneak peeks at the stars’ home kitchens, and a list of Food Network’s ultimate pantry essentials.
With this book, anyone can cook like a star!
- Hoisin Chicken with Cucumber Salad
- Manchego-Stuffed Pork Burgers
- Apple-Cheddar-Squash Soup
- Garlic-Sesame Spinach
- Cold Curry-Peanut Noodles
- Glazed Radishes
- Tilapia with Green Beans
- Ricotta, Ham, and Scallion Tart
- Japanese-Style Crispy Pork
- Bacon-Cheddar Mashed Potatoes
- Seared Steak with Chard Salad
- Gnocchi NiÇoise
- Chololate-Glazed Pound Cake
- Tiramisu Trifles
- Chocolate CrÈme BrÛlÉe
- Peach Melba