the food processor family cookbook 120 recipes for fast meals made from scratch

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The Food Processor Family Cookbook

Author : Sonoma Press
ISBN : 1942411944
Genre : Cooking
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The food processor is every busy family's best friend--only most families don't know it yet. This encouraging instructional cookbook is written for parents who want to make healthy, home-cooked meals for their families but don't have hours to sink into prepping and cooking. From baby food to banana bread, hummus to hamburgers, the diversity of quick-prep recipes in The Food Processor Family Cookbook will inspire parents to pull their food processor off the shelf and put it to use, each and every day. Features include: * Illustrated breakdowns of the basic parts of a food processor and what they do * "Process Pro" features that highlight the different blades or discs to use for 5 family favorites, walking readers through every step * 150 recipes for every type of meal and every type of eater (including gluten-free and vegan families) * Time-saving tips for food processor clean up * Nutritional information with every recipe

125 Best Food Processor Recipes

Author : George Geary
ISBN : 0778801233
Genre : Cooking
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125 fool-proof recipes specifically created for food processors. Most of these useful appliances are not used to their full potential, but this book's time-saving tips and techniques will appeal to cooks at all skill levels.

Simply Scratch

Author : Laurie McNamara
ISBN : 9781583335796
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 33. 94 MB
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From the popular blogger behind Simply Scratch comes a debut cookbook of easy and accessible family recipes -- the new bible for cooking with whole foods. For Laurie McNamara, growing up on a farm in the country had major perks: her mother cooked with vegetables from the family garden, they collected fresh eggs from the chicken coop, and absolutely everything--from ketchup to casseroles--was made 100 percent from scratch, with whole foods. When McNamara moved away from home, though, she found herself too busy to prepare from-scratch meals, between working full time and raising two kids. Like most Americans, she relied on boxed brownie mix, canned soup, bottled dressings, and frozen dinners to make home cooking quicker and cheaper. But she soon learned that these so-called shortcuts were in fact both more expensive and light-years less healthy than simply making everything herself. Eventually, she'd had enough and vowed to remake her kitchen into a from-scratch kitchen. Now, five years later, McNamara has helped hundreds of thousands of home cooks prepare from-scratch meals with whole-food ingredients through her blog, Simply Scratch. McNamara's highly anticipated debut cookbook, Simply Scratch, brings her home-cooking know-how to the nation, with 120 wholesome, tasty recipes along with stunning photography, entertaining anecdotes, and personal musings. This book offers easy recipes for delectable concoctions such as Buckwheat Pancakes, Veggie Pesto Pizza, Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup, and Fudy Chocolate Toffee-Topped Brownies. Simply Scratch will be the must-have bible to cooking beyond the box and can. Featuring a down-to-earth approach and family recipes that use everyday ingredients, Simply Scratch proves cooking from scratch can be affordable, simple, fun, and--of course--absolutely delicious.

Cooking With A Food Processor

Author : General Electric Company
ISBN : 0394504828
Genre : Cooking
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Combination cookbook and guide explaining the use and techniques for operating a food processor and its attachments to make cooking less tedious and time-consuming and including a variety of recipes

Make The Bread Buy The Butter

Author : Jennifer Reese
ISBN : 9781451605891
Genre : Cooking
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When Jennifer Reese lost her job, she was overcome by an impulse common among the recently unemployed: to economize by doing for herself what she had previously paid for. She had never before considered making her own peanut butter and pita bread, let alone curing her own prosciutto or raising turkeys. And though it sounded logical that “doing it yourself” would cost less, she had her doubts. So Reese began a series of kitchen-related experiments, taking into account the competing demands of everyday contemporary American family life as she answers some timely questions: When is homemade better? Cheaper? Are backyard eggs a more ethical choice than store-bought? Will grinding and stuffing your own sausage ruin your week? Is it possible to make an edible maraschino cherry? Some of Reese’s discoveries will surprise you: Although you should make your hot dog buns, guacamole, and yogurt, you should probably buy your hamburger buns, potato chips, and rice pudding. Tired? Buy your mayonnaise. Inspired? Make it. With its fresh voice and delightful humor, Make the Bread, Buy the Butter gives 120 recipes with eminently practical yet deliciously fun “Make or buy” recommendations. Reese is relentlessly entertaining as she relates her food and animal husbandry adventures, which amuse and perplex as well as nourish and sustain her family. Her tales include living with a backyard full of cheerful chickens, muttering ducks, and adorable baby goats; countertops laden with lacto-fermenting pickles; and closets full of mellowing cheeses. Here’s the full picture of what is involved in a truly homemade life—with the good news that you shouldn’t try to make everything yourself—and how to get the most out of your time in the kitchen.

Make It Easy

Author : Stacie Billis
ISBN : 9780738218878
Genre : Cooking
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Cooking doesn't have to be a chore. Why make it difficult—when it can be easy? When you’re juggling a job, kids, pet, house, spouse, you-name-it—it can be tough to resist the urge to toss a frozen meal in the oven and call it a day. Stacie Billis knows the challenge of feeding your family well, without stress. Make It Easy’s 120 recipes prove that you don’t have to be only a scratch cook or convenience cook. You can be both, and there’s no shame in using store-bought ingredients when you’re in a pinch. Stacie’s got a guide to the healthiest shortcuts in the supermarket and three big tips for making it easy: 1. Go between scratch and homemade with her handy shopping guide. 2. Mix and match recipes that build on the same ingredients. 3. Break any rule that makes you want to bolt from your kitchen. With recipes for: Blueberry Almond Polenta, Country-Style Greek Salad, Slow Cooker Hoisin Pulled Pork, No-Fuss Roasted Paprika Chicken, Chili-Rubbed Steak Tacos, Salmon Rice Bowl, Parmesan Roasted Broccoli, Easy Food Processor Pizza Dough, Gingered Peach Crisp, Hummingbird Muffins, Bacon Cheddar Waffles...and many more!

The Soup Club Cookbook

Author : Courtney Allison
ISBN : 9780770434632
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 51. 46 MB
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Food-sharing is the hot new thing in the "getting dinner on the table" conversation, and in The Soup Club Cookbook, four busy moms share not only their formula for starting a soup club--which gives you at least three meals every month when you don't have to worry about dinner--but also 150 fantastic recipes for soups and sides and storing tips for stretching those meals across the week. The Soup Club began when four friends (who, between them, have four husbands and ten hungry kids and several jobs) realized that they didn’t actually have to cook at home every night to take pleasure in a home-cooked meal. They simply had to join forces and share meals, even if they weren’t actually eating them together. Caroline, Courtney, Julie, and Tina happen to be neighbors, but a soup club is for anyone: colleagues, a group of workout buddies, a book club. All you need are a few people who simply want to have more home-cooked food in their lives. In a soup club each person takes a turn making soup—and sometimes other dishes for sides or for when everyone needs a break from soup, so if a club has four people, in a month each person will have dinner delivered three times—a dish that can start as a full meal and stretch into more dinners or lunches or even morph into a sauce. Soup is forgiving, versatile, and perfect for sharing; it can be spiced to taste, topped elaborately or not at all, and dressed up or down. It travels well and reheats beautifully. The Soup Club Cookbook also has dozens of tips for cooking in quantity and for tailoring soup to individual tastes and needs. Here, too, are simple guidelines for starting your own soup club, anecdotes, and a few cautionary tales that will inspire anyone to share food and eat well. Recipes include quick and easies, classics, twist on favorites, and dozens of flavor-rich new crowd pleasers: • Carrot Coconut and Chicken Chili, • Senegalese Peanut Soup • Faux Ramen • Red Lentil Curry Soup • Potato Cheddar Soup • Sun Dried Tomato Soup • Jeweled Rice Salad • Cheddar Cornbread, • Summer Corn Hash • Soy Simmered Chicken Wings

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