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The Four Ingredient Cookbooks (2002 Revised Edition)

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Emily Cale and Linda Coffee, co-authors of the Four Ingredient Series of Cookbooks, have combined their skills to bring over 700 quick, simple recipes to help busy people conserve time, energy and to... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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5 ratings

Not Helpfull Or Creative.

Very Poor. Don't Waste Your Money. Not Helpfull Or Creative.

I never cooked before!!!!

My cousin (who loves to cook) bought me this book as a joke and that is why I put in a bottom drawer for 2 years! This weekend I had a craving for chocolate and pulled it out! I simultaneously made triple fudge cake and fudge cookies!!! I married a chef so I am always afraid he wont like what I make...he loved them so much! I bought the treats to work now everyone wants my book!! I love it and cant wait to keep cooking now!

Not Haute Cuisine, But Simple Fare That Kids Can Help Make

One of our favorites is "potato chip fried chicken".

Four Ingredient Cookbook

I found this cookbook a wonderful resource for quick meals and a break from my standards. The recipes are quick and easy. You can eliminate ingredients for the picky eater or add to make them suitable for your own tastes. This is not french cooking, so don't expect that. What this is, is a great way to serve a variety of quick simple meals.

Thoroughly enjoyed this useful, easy kitchen helper

The Four Ingredient Cookbook, Coffee & Cale, eds. Here's a helpful kitchen guidebook for fast, easy, nearly foolproof dishes -- and the range is excellent, from beer-batter bread to flourless fruitcake. Simple, quality ingredients plus imaginative combinations provide alternatives to fast food that are as quick, and less expensive to prepare. Plus, if a special diet consideration is important, readers can readily substitute low-fat or low-sodium versions of ingredients right off the shelf. I would recommend this book -- and its sequels -- for anyone who wants to improve the speed, ease and variety of make-at-home dishes in his or her repertoire. I think students, brides, newly single folks or recently empty-nesters would find it a welcome gift, both practical and fun. Handy features include a lay-flat spiral binding and heavy pages, which allow a cook to stand the book vertically during use in a small kitchen. Its format is clear and its typeface very readable; the one change I would make is a larger size of text.
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