I don't have time to stop at the store. I haven't laid anything out to thaw, and Johnny has practice at 6:30! We'll just run through the drive-through. Is this what your afternoons look like? Well, take heart. Join author Ginnie Shugert as she offers no-nonsense tips and suggestions for reorganizing and re-equipping your kitchen to do what it was intended to do. Let What, Me Cook? Rescuing the Family Dinner help you conquer your fear of food, master the mess of cleaning up, and dazzle your family with wholesome, delicious meals every day! Unlike most cookbooks, which give instructions for specific dishes to people who already know how to cook, What, Me Cook? helps readers get ready to get ready, providing basic steps in a fun and easy-to-read fashion. It introduces some seemingly mundane details that can turn frustration to success. Ideas like counting back cooking time or having a Saturday cooking marathon. What, Me Cook? is about your kitchen, your family, and your nutrition. If you're tired of fast food and ready to get reacquainted with your family, then plot your course, plan your time, and let's have dinner! You can do it, and your family is worth it!Leta#39;s say we want meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, rolls, and apple pie. We pile into the car at 5:30 p.m. and head out to the Family Diner, where we order just that. The meal is $7.95 per person, plus $1.39 each for drinksanbsp;...
|Title||:||What, Me Cook?|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2009-11-01|