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Williams-Sonoma, The Weeknight Cook Cookbook

When it comes to home-cooked meals with the family, weeknights can be challenging. Relax: this innovative cookbook makes it easy to whip up delicious meals in a hurry. Presented in a user-friendly binder format, we combined all the best recipes from our Food Made Fast cookbooks, resulting in over 300 simple, wholesome recipes that will delight every member of the family. Most recipes are ready to serve after less than 30 minutes of hands-on cooking, requiring no more than three quick steps and a maximum of 12 readily available ingredients. The beautifully photographed binder is divided into sections with removable recipe pages, making it easy to choose and prepare family-pleasing recipes for everything from appetizers, soups and salads to main courses and desserts. This essential volume also offers a guide to basic kitchen techniques and a wealth of expert advice, including time-saving tips for smart cooking, easy entertaining, strategic meal planning, efficient shopping and much more. Hardcover, 432 pages. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Average Customer Rating:
3 out of 5
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0 of 1(0%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Williams-Sonoma, The Weeknight Cook Cookbook
Review 1 for Williams-Sonoma, The Weeknight Cook Cookbook
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
April 12, 2012
Ability level:Intermediate
Has owned product for:3 - 6 months
Uses product:A few times a year
Would You Recommend? No
8of 13found this review helpful.
I guess I'm no cook
April 12, 2012
I cook regularly, but this cookbook isn't young kid friendly. Ok there may be a few recipes that they would eat, but I can't just turn the page to something kid-friendly. My kids aren't picky but they are pretty young so maybe that's part of it, but the recipes are nontraditional (and that may be the reason most people like it).
Also, the recipes are somewhat time consuming and at times call for ingredients that I wouldn't have on hand and may be pricey at the grocery store. All in all, I enjoy Food Network cookbooks suit my needs more, especially Rachel Ray 30 minute meals. When the kids are older, I will revisit these unique recipes.
Pros: Durable
Cons: Difficult to Use, Difficult to Store