With everyone on the go you may want to try one of these books, they are full of fast and easy meals.
By Erin Chase
Do you wish you were a savvy supermarket shopper who knows how to cut your weekly food budget, banish fast food from the dinner table and serve your family meals that are delicious and good for them? Well, Erin Chase, “The $5 Dinner Mom”, is here to help. First, Erin will show you how to size up the best supermarket deals, clip coupons that will really save you money and create a weekly dinner menu plan.
By Cat Cora
As the star of the smash sensation Iron Chef America, Cat Cora is used to improvising exciting dishes on a moment’s notice. In this book she shows you how to do it too, whether you want a spur-of-the-moment supper or a spectacular dinner that doesn’t require spending your whole Saturday in the kitchen.
By Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough
Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, the creators of the bestselling Ultimate cookbook series, are known for their great recipes. Weinstein and Scarbrough provide more than just recipes: they demonstrate the essential techniques people need to become more confident in the kitchen. Cooking Know-How is organized around 65 “master recipes” for a wide range of dinnertime favorites.
By Jamie and Bobby Deen
If you haven’t got time to waste, Jamie and Bobby Deen have the meals to make. Imagine getting dinner on the table for your family in forty-five minutes or less. Paula Deen’s sons show you how to whip up 125 delicious Southern-style recipes quicker than you can say, “Come and get it!”
By Liz Edmunds
This cookbook offers a revolutionary template for scheduling fun food themes for each night of the week–Monday is comfort food night, Tuesday is Italian night, and so on. With readily available ingredients in mind, this handy collection also provides fun and delicious recipes appropriate for every theme–hungry kids will look forward to a family dinner at home, especially when they know what to expect!
By Food Network (Firm)
What’s for dinner You’ll find all the answers you need in this eagerly awaited first cookbook from the best-selling Food Network Magazine. Inspired by the magazine’s popular “Weeknight Cooking” section, this book is packed with great family recipes from Food Network Kitchens, plus dozens of tips from the chefs. With this book, you’ll be able to put fun new dinners on the table every night, along with dozens of simple sides and 10-minute desserts. And each recipe comes with a photograph, so you’ll see exactly what your dish will look like when you take it to the table.
By Robin Robertson
Whip up delicious, nourishing main courses in a matter of minutes! Now you can make satisfying and flavorful meat-free dishes that are quick and easy. In One-Dish Vegetarian Meals, best-selling author Robin Robertson offers more than 150 of her favorite recipes, so that you can prepare globally inspired meals with ease and enjoy a tremendous variety of dishes that are full of flavor and sure to satisfy vegetarians, vegans, and anyone looking for a healthy meal, all year long.
By Mark Sisson
Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals offers healthy, low-carb Primal-approved recipes that can all be completed in under half an hour and, in many cases, in just a few minutes. Sisson and Meier show you how to delight your family or guests every time with quick, delicious meals using local produce, CSA meats, healthy fats (yes, and real butter) and common herbs and spices.
By Robin Miller
Robin shares her best time-saving strategies for putting fresh, delicious food on the table every night. Her recipes are organized by these techniques, which include Meal Kits (pre-prepping the ingredients for a weeknight meal on the weekend); Morph-It Recipes (enjoy Herb-Crusted Turkey Tenderloin one night and Chili-Rubbed Turkey Medallions another night), and Greased Lightning, unbelievably tasty recipes that can be put together and on the table in 20 minutes.
By Diane Phillips
Diane Phillips provides the simple, do-ahead formula to make it happen. Each recipe in You’ve Got It Made includes detailed instructions on what steps can be done ahead of time and how to cook the dish later. A complete introduction gives advice on the basic ingredients and essential equipment that every pantry needs for do-ahead success and provides helpful tips on food storage and kitchen safety, as well as how to properly freeze and defrost food with ease.ends here