Bookplated Cook Like A Rock Star with Book Stand
For home cooks--from skittish to seasoned--and the millions of viewers who have watched her career bloom on Food Network, first as Mario Batali's sous chef on Iron Chef America and now with two hit shows, Secrets of a Restaurant and Worst Cooks in America, Anne Burrell presents her long-awaited debu... See complete description »
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For home cooks--from skittish to seasoned--and the millions of viewers who have watched her career bloom on Food Network, first as Mario Batali's sous chef on Iron Chef America and now with two hit shows, Secrets of a Restaurant and Worst Cooks in America, Anne Burrell presents her long-awaited debut cookbook, including 125 recipes, all infused with the sassy personality Anne's fans have come to love.
Anne believes that food is essential to happiness. While she is a professional by training and pedigree, the food she makes isn't froufrou; it's spirited and infused with the bold flavors and passion that are her signature--or, as she likes to say, food that includes the "sparkle factor." As on TV, Anne's debut cookbook will give home cooks the confidence and support they need to be rock stars in their own kitchens and to create food inspired by Anne's life in restaurant kitchens--but designed for everyone from beginners to experts.
The Chef’s Center cookbook holder features :
- Lazy susan base allows for complete 360 degree viewing
- Folds flat for easy storage
- Multi adjustable book support allows for different book thickness and viewing angles
- Keep your favorite recipe right in front of you, but keep it clean with the protective cover
- This is ultimate cook's tool
- Keep your favorite recipe in plain view with all of the necessary measurements right at your finger tips
because it doesn't have any. It is made from flimsy plastic and is too light weight to hold even a medium sized recipe book. Save your money on this one, and buy the ugly, heavy one that the Food Network Store also sells.
Like most cookbooks, I will most likely use 1/2 to 1/5 of the recipies. I expected more and the cost a bit high compared to the value of the product.
Do not particularly care for the plastic piece to prop the book up. Seems a little cheap. All in all the product works fine for the design.
Didn't really like this. I felt it wouldn't hold thick cookbooks or paperback ones unless you really bent the spine