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What to Cook When You Think There's Nothing in the House to Eat: More Than 175 Recipes and Meal Ideas
Hardcover with 275 pages - approx size: 7 3/4 x 9 1/2" - This is the book for folks who like to eat well but may be a little lazy about traveling to the store on a rainy Sunday afternoon; to tired to stop at the market after work; or just to frugal not to use what's on hand. Pasta, beans, canned tuna and sardines, eggs, cheese, milk-all these foods even indifferent houseke ...more
Hardcover, 275 pages
Published January 1st 1992 by Harper Perennial
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Sep 08, 2010 ஐ Briansgirl (Book Sale Queen)ஐ rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Glad I only paid 50 cents for this because I don't feel it's worth the full cover price. After the introduction, each chapter is an alphabetical listing of standard pantry ingredients. Each ingredient is given a short history along with storage tips. This part was interesting. Then it gave several recipes using that ingredient. Most recipes I wouldn't cook so won't keep this book as a reference cookbook.
This book is fun to read just to read. Being a someone who loves to cook, I have never been so ill provisioned that I had naught but peanut butter and spaghetti to make dinner out of, but some of the 'bare pantry' recipes in this book are interesting enough to try them even if you have a house full of ingredients. I enjoyed it enough to read it more than once and have bought copies for other foodie friends that can enjoy the humor without needing it to be a cooking classic.