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. Cooking from the Hip is divided into four convenient sections, each with its own appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, sides, and desserts. You can turn to whichever chapter best suits your needs and mood, knowing that every dish will be simple and special. Fast: Spicy Chicken and Peach Stir-Fry, Creamy Fettuccine with Sausage, Chocolate Brownie Cupcakes Easy: Watermelon Gazpacho, Thai Chicken Salad, White Cheddar Corn Bread Fun: Sunday Cheesesteak Sandwiches, Crispy qFriedq Chicken, Lemonade Cookies Phenomenal: Mango Margaritas, Pomegranate-Glade Cornish Hens with Wild Rice, Italian Cream Cake Cooking from the Hip is all about flexibility. You'll be able to use what you've got on hand without being afraid to substitute. You'll learn how to cut down on cooking steps, combine just a few ingredients in inventive ways, pull in leftovers, and wow your family and friends.This recipe works best with long, slender baby carrots. If you only have regular carrots on hand, dona#39;t make a special trip to the market: just cut them crosswise into thirds. Although the prepeeled bagged baby carrots dona#39;t have the sameanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cooking From the Hip|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2007-05-01|