Just Married and Cooking: 200 Recipes for Living, Eating, and Entertaining Together
After the bells have chimed, the gifts have been opened, and the honeymoon suitcases have been unpacked, newlywed couples often find themselves wondering, “So, what’s for dinner?” That’s why chef James Briscione and his wife, writer Brooke Parkhurst, put together Just Married and Cooking—a guide to living, eating, and enter...more
ebook, 336 pages
Published May 10th 2011 by Scribner
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In Part 1, they have a subsection called “Mornings.” Brooke’s Breakfast Granola is AWESOME! In the book she describes how expensive it is just to buy a bag at the store. I always thought that granola was a lot of work, but it’s really simple. Her recipe is great – grains, nuts, and fruits. I left it in the oven a little longer than the recipe calls for to suit my taste. Brooke and James also explain in the introduction that once you start cooking, you’ll get to know your oven and cooking times w...more
This is a cookbook for those of us who love to cook and love cookbooks. I have found myself with cookbooks that I use for one or two recipes. Either the others in there are too time consuming, require odd ingredients that no one (other than the writer) has heard of or require a shopping trip to the Kitchen Store equivalent to a mortgage. This is NOT one of those books. The ingredients can be found in your local grocer (Indie of course!) and the utensils are most likely already in your kitchen.
Brooke is a southerner living in New York City. After eighteen years of standing next to her grandfather and her mother at the typewriter and at the stove, Brooke realized that journalism, cooking and writing about cooking was her destiny. While attending Davidson College, she landed a television news internship in Charlotte, North Carolina and spent her weekends as an assistant in the pastry kitc...moreMore about Brooke Parkhurst...