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One Pot

Author: Martha Stewart Living

Publisher: Clarkson Potter (September 23, 2014), 256 pages

 

Reviewed by Chung Fon Mee, Sabah State Library, Headquaters.

Running out of idea on what to cook?
You’ve only got one pot at home?
You are too lazy to wash the dishes later?
You want one sumptuous meal that is nutritious to feed your family?

This book is for you.

It is completed with photo of the finished dish. It has more than 120 meals that you can cook using your skillet, slow cooker, dutch oven, saute pan and many more. It explains the kind of cooking utensils you’ll use, giving you easy to understand tips on how to cook. Show you the total time and active time you’ll need to prepare the meal. This way,  maybe you can plan your cooking time better and while the dish is slow cooking at the stove, you’ll still have time to do other things at home, read that one book that you haven’t finished maybe?

Not all cook books come with clear photos of the finished product, this one does. For every meal that is in the book, a beautifully curated photo showing the finished product is shown. The photos of cooked meal are attractive and it wills surely inspire you to start preparing those ingredients shown on the book itself, or even inspired you to come up with your own recipe.

Measurement use in the book is by the American standard, for instance tablespoons, teaspoon, cup, pounds and inches. So if you are the metric type of person, do get this right before starting you meal preparation. If you want to jump from one recipe to another, do go to their index at the end of the book, look for specific recipe and straight on get started with what you would love to try. This book is not only showing meal cook in western style, some eastern recipes are shown too, such as Miso Soup with Soba Noodles (p.402).

This book even showing different ways of cooking the same dish. It is definitely worth trying out.

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