What's For Dinner? This book is all about dividing and conquering the busy week with super-simple recipes for every. Whether you're looking for healthier fare, living on a budget, or having friends over for dinner on Saturday, I hope these recipes can help you put a delicious. Curtis Stone, host of Top Chef Masters and Around the World in 80 Plates, .. It's organized by day of the week (one pot dinners, under 30 minute dinners, etc.).
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Buy a discounted Paperback of What's for Dinner? online from Curtis Stone, host of Arena's hugely popular Top Chef Masters and the. What's for Dinner?: Delicious Recipes for a Busy Life and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. What's for Dinner?: Delicious Recipes for a Busy Life: A Cookbook Hardcover – April 9, Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone: Recipes to Put You in My Favorite. easy-to-make meals for every night of the week, from the host of FOX's My Kitchen Rules Celebrity chef Curtis Stone knows life can get.
I just can't recommend this cookbook highly enough! Recipes traverse all sorts of culinary traditions. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Error rating book. Guerrilla Tacos Recipes from the Streets of L.
And because I completely understand that people are sometimes pushed for time I have split the recipes up into 3 categories to make it easier — easy, everyday and adventurous. Filming Surfing the Menu gave me the opportunity to broaden my knowledge and appreciation of fresh ingredients at a grass-roots level — which has further inspired me in the kitchen. During the series, we travelled to 8 amazing destinations in Oz, sourcing local produce and cooking up a storm, not to mention getting in a surf wherever possible.
Each chapter is drawn from one program of the series, incorporating the recipes used, the places visited, and the interesting people we met along the way. Working on series 1 of Surfing the Menu was the best job in the world - being paid to travel and cook my way around a country that I love. When the chance came up to do it again, I was in!
We hit up another 8 destinations in our second journey, where we continue to discover amazing regional produce to concoct delicious recipes to satisfy adventurous palates.
As well as the 25 recipes that appear in the series, Surfing the Menu Again serves up an additional 55 recipes created for home cooking. Search form Search. Good Food, Good Life.
What's For Dinner? Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone. Cooking with Curtis. Surfing the Menu. Surfing the Menu Again. Healthy meals that start the week off rightTime-Saving Tuesdays: Quick and easy recipes for simple mealsOne-Pot Wednesdays: Flavorful dishes with minimal cleanupThrifty Thursdays: Yummy meals on a budgetFive-Ingredient Fridays: Fun, fast recipes to kick off the weekendDinner Party Saturdays: Extraordinary dishes to share with friends and familyFamily Supper Sundays: Close What's For Dinner?
Open What's For Dinner? Quinoa Salad with Chickpeas and Tomatoes. Surfing the Menu Filming Surfing the Menu gave me the opportunity to broaden my knowledge and appreciation of fresh ingredients at a grass-roots level — which has further inspired me in the kitchen.
Surfing the Menu Again Working on series 1 of Surfing the Menu was the best job in the world - being paid to travel and cook my way around a country that I love. Hardcover Verified Purchase. Curtis Stone never disappoints with his inviting cookbooks, and this one is another gem. He delivers several, simple recipes for 7 days a week, and many are great for those special occasions. These mouth-watering recipes include: Different variety of cooked chicken; grilled shrimp; spareribs; steak; scallops; and much more to choose from.
There are many vegetable recipes, salads, and delicious desserts. In addition, the healthy recipes given are on a friendly budget, and the author provides time-saving advice, and tips.
There is something for everyone in the comfort food selection, and stunning, colorful photos. I had my eyes on the Crab-Cakes and Grilled Shrimp immediately. The recipes are easy-to-prepare, and there are enough choices for different meals the entire week. The author makes it easy to plan the meals, with recipes that are not time consuming for this busy world we live in.
Curtis Stone makes it fun-filled and enjoyable for social gatherings, and family dinners. The desserts make you want to dive right in, along with the tempting photos. In addition: The Chocolate Bread Pudding was also a big hit, and I will make that again. Thus far, our favorite dessert is Bittersweet Chocolate -Mint Mousse.
My daughter loved it. There are many more dinners and desserts for me to try. I'm anxious to try the New York Cherry Cheesecake, which is next on our list for desserts. The stunning, colorful photo of this selection makes you hungry. My conclusions thus far: A fantastic, exciting, and informative cookbook! A delightful, gift idea for any cook. Highly recommended! Won't lay flat!!! I really like this cookbook.
I enjoy cooking and consider myself a pretty good cook. But I'm always in the hunt for new ideas for new recipes that are healthy and relatively quick to put together. I have found the recipes to be fresh and well thought out.
The book, however, has one big flaw: Hardcover or not, it should lay flat while open and it does not. Super annoying!!!! Other smaller quibbles include too many photos of the author and his family they are all lovely, but I'm sorry, I'm more interested in the food than his face.
I also find the organization of the book to be sort of interesting, but would have preferred traditional chapters re poultry, fish, meat, etc.
I have several cookbooks and this one is my absolute favorite. No other cookbook I own have I made as many recipes out of it!
At least nine I think. What I love the most is each recipe is a complete meal: I like that the side dish is typically a veggie of some sort which I like because it's good for you and he tells you how to make it good.
Coming from a beginner. I recently graduated from graduate school and wanted to finally graduate my cooking from heating up things from the frozen food aisle.
I had some knowledge with cooking, I am not a complete novice, but I wanted to eat healthy and try different recipes besides what my mom's staples are my mom is extremely accomplished in the kitchen. I looked many places, the problem with a lot of "health conscious" cookbooks is that they are loaded with ingredients that are difficult to come by.
Or they have such limited ingredient lists that there is no variety. This is not that book. I remembered Curtis Stone from his old, "Take Home Chef" show, he was our favorite chef on TV back then and I stumbled upon this in a search and decided to give it a try after reading reviews and looking inside the book.
This cookbook definitely did not disappoint!! All the recipes I have made so far are amazing! And a lot of them reheat well so I take the leftovers to work.
I actually appreciate the breakdown of this book! Instead of breaking it down by either course main dish, breakfast, etc. The breakdown of the weekday kind of breaks the recipes down by difficulty level in a sense. I am working my way through what I know I can make, Monday through Thursday are the days I have tried recipes from. I'll try the recipes in Friday, Saturday, and Sunday after I've gained some more practice.
The recipes look deceivingly long if you're not used to looking at cookbooks, but that is because Curtis really breaks everything down for you! I've read and made recipes with little direction and always comes out strange, not with this book! The prep and cook times may be inaccurate if you're not used to prepping and cooking food, I've gotten some of them down after doing the recipes a few times.
I also appreciate how the recipes aren't just a single dish, most have a meat and a vegetable with them.
If they are single dishes, the book does a good job of suggesting what side salad or dish to make with it recipe included. And all of the Kitchen Notes are really helpful. Yes, this book requires a little bit more effort than throwing something in the microwave or if you're a beginner in the kitchen, but the recipes are delicious and there is great variety in not just the type of dish but even the skill level required to do it, so it gives you something to work toward.
Great stuff from a great chef!! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I tried one of Curtis' recipes that I found on Epicurious- it was great and it led me to purchasing this book. In the first week, I have made the cider glazed pork chops, bacon and potato chowder, kale spaghetti and the bangers and mash.
They were all wonderful and tasted as good as the pictures looked! My family has enjoyed all the recipes. The recipes are simple to prepare. I like how the book is organized into days of the week. He also includes a fair amount of vegetarian recipes. I am looking forward to summer when I can try all his recipes on the grill.
This book was a little disappointing to me. I think he is a great chef. The recipes were not as simple or easy to prepare as the book suggests. Several of the recipes are just fine but the majority are not simple. Remember this is just a personal opinon from a working woman.
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