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Everyday Food: Fresh Flavor Fast: 250 Easy, Delicious Recipes for Any Time of Day by Martha Stewart Living Magazine

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  • rnugent on September 13, 2010

    One of my favorites.

Notes about Recipes in this book

  • Chipotle pork posole

    • sookie on October 17, 2011

      1 lb. pork tenderloin, 20 oz chicken broth, 2 cans hominy, 1 can diced tomatoes in juice

  • Pasta with sausage, Swiss chard, and pine nuts

    • nicolepellegrini on May 02, 2017

      Good base recipe; I would say off the bat it needs twice the amount of parmesan cheese and I would not discard the chard stems. Just chop them up and saute along with the sausage before adding the leaves. Definitely needs the reserved pasta water as there is no broth or other liquid here, so don't forget to save it. I used spicy instead of sweet sausage which I think added a nice note to balance the sweetness added by the raisins.

  • Braised chicken with shallots

    • sookie on October 26, 2011

      p. 165 - 8 bone in, skinless chicken thighs - 1 lb small shallots (about 12) - 5 garlic cloves - 1 pint cherry tomatoes - fresh tarragon leaves (optional)

    • sookie on November 01, 2011

      A winner. Very good flavor with a sauce that has a slight tang. Med heat works for me instead of med high.

  • Curried shrimp

    • Vrogg99 on September 28, 2010

      Excellent Simple

  • Brown-rice bowl with shrimp, snow peas, and avocado

    • Nancith on May 22, 2015

      This was a relatively quick, easy to make dish-- If instant brown were used it would be a lot quicker. Very healthy, with a tasty lemon-soy sauce. My husband had it with shrimp, while I used Quorn Chik'n Tenders. Filling, but not overwhelming. Definitely on my favorites list.

  • Flourless chocolate cake

    • Nancith on April 17, 2016

      Those who ate this said it tasted great, but it was very gooey. Time in oven was 45 minutes, it looked set in the middle, but was a mess when trying to cut it. It was more pudding-like rather than "fudgy" as the recipe stated. I even used a slightly larger pan than called for. Maybe it needed more time in the oven?

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  • ISBN 10 0307405109
  • ISBN 13 9780307405104
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Feb 23 2010
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 384
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Crown Publishers Inc.

Publishers Text

No matter how busy you are, at the end of the day you want fresh, flavorful meals that are easy to prepare. And you want lots of choices and variations--recipes that call for your favorite foods and take advantage of excellent (and readily available) ingredients. In the first book from the award-winning magazine Everyday Food, you’ll find all of that: 250 simple recipes for delicious meals that are quick enough to make any day of the week.

Because a change in weather affects how we cook as much as what we cook, the recipes in Everyday Food are arranged by season. For spring, you’ll find speedy preparations for main-course salads, chicken, and poached salmon that minimize time spent at the stove; summer features quick techniques for grilling the very best burgers and kabobs as well as no-cook pasta sauces; for fall, there are braised meats and hearty main-course soups; and winter provides new takes on rich one-dish meals, roasts and stews, and hearty baked pastas. Finally, a chapter on basics explains how to make year-round staples such as foolproof roast chicken, risotto, couscous, and chocolate sauce.

Designed in a contemporary and easy-to-read format, Everyday Food boasts lush, full-color photography and plenty of suggestions for substitutions and variations. With Everyday Food, even the busiest on-the-go cook can look forward to meals that bring freshness, nutrition, and a range of flavors to dinner all week long.



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