Peggy K. Glass
Recognizing how hectic our lives are in the nineties, Rescuing the Dinner Hour helps cooks of all ages make healthy and easy-to-prepare meals. It is a lifesaver for cooks on the run; harried moms and dads needing easy, healthy meals for their families; beginning cooks wanting to learn basic cooking techniques; and experienced cooks looking for exciting new ideas. Contemporary ingredients are featured in the more than 270 recipes and include:
International spices and ethnic twists enliven the palate in such recipes as:
There are chicken recipes from around the world:
Food columnist and cookbook author Peggy K. Glass studied with famed chef Madeleine Kamman at Modern Gourmet Restaurant. She has taught cooking, founded her own cooking school, and operated a catering business. She also developed a marketed natural cake and cookie mixes, Dessert Duets. Peggy has also contributed articles to Bon Appetit and Chocolatier magazines. Her previous cookbook, Home-Cooking Sampler, was published in 1989.
As a mother who has to cook every day,
I couldn't wait for Peggy's new book.
Her recipes are great for a family--
healthy, easy, and enjoyable!
Jewish Cooking in America
288 pages, paperback
Retail Price $15.95
$10.00 + shipping
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