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Betty Crocker's Good and Easy Cookbook (original 1954; edition 1996)

by Betty Crocker (Author)

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Betty Crocker comes to the rescue of everyone who has ever despaired of finding the time for a real dinner! These 350 welcome recipes really are good and easy, providing terrific new ideas and streamlined favorites for every kind of cook. 150 color photos.
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Title:Betty Crocker's Good and Easy Cookbook
Authors:Betty Crocker (Author)
Info:Macmillan (1996), 432 pages
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I love cookbooks and am always looking at something new. Problem is, I never have time to try the recipes. Well, this book proved different. The recipes are so simple and quick, I tried it out the very first night. I couldn't believe my kids actually ate something that looked so exotic (& easy at the same time). Usually I'm lucky if I can get them to eat mashed potatoes. The recipes vary from simple meals like salads and sandwiches, too more complicated (at least that is the impression I want my husband to have) meals that you could serve to guests (they would never guess it only took you 20 minutes). They even have a prepare ahead section, for those days when you know you will barely have time to breath, let alone cook! I would recommend this cookbook to anyone, especially those Moms, like me, who are busy with soccer pratice, PTA, and other kid related projects. ( )
  AbsurdBookNerd | Dec 12, 2015 |
Nothing particularly special or interesting in the recipes. Anything slightly complicated (beyond what you don't really need a recipe for) can be found on other cookbooks on my shelf. ( )
  Krumbs | Mar 31, 2013 |
A wedding present - well thumbed, well used, well spotted!! ( )
  MerryMary | Mar 20, 2007 |
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