The authors navigate the difficulties of a small kitchen, budgetary restrictions, and limited time to present recipes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients and accompanied by entertaining, informative tips and techniques.
Life as we know it. Mornings ; Afterwork apps ; Everyday dinners ; Everyday desserts ; Soups and sandwiches ; A moveable feast ; Fixin's, or second thoughts ; The lighter side ; Big eats for the big game ; Trading onion rings for wedding rings/bar food ; When your backyard is the biggest room in the house ; Everyday cocktails
New traditions. Valentine's dinner: playing Cupid in the kitchen ; Spring lunch ; Derby Day ; Girl's night in ; Bachelor feast ; Thanksgiving ; Birthday girl ; Holiday getaway ; Cocktails and a countdown.
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