How To Boil Water (Hardcover) by Food Network Kitchens
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Hardcover; Published 8/8/2006; 256 Pages; ISBN 9780696226861
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I was looking for a book with more basic instructions and providing more definitions for different cooking terms. The recipes are good but without knowing what some things mean (for example "mince") it's not necessarily helpful. Not a bad book but not what I expected. If someone is looking for a cookbook with mostly recipes then, yes, I'd recommend it but if you're looking for basic instructions even before getting to recipes this book doesn't seem to fit that.
As a new cook this book provided answers to so many of the questions that I had.It was so easy to use as detailed instructions were provided.My favorite thing was it telling seasons for produce this way you can always get the best in season.
The perfect gift for a new bride . . . the basics are always handy to have on hand in a great cookbook. Easy to read and follow!
Thanks for a book that gets back-to-basics. This book makes a great gift for the new cook and experienced cooks alike! Thanks Tyler!
It's very basic. Great for beginners! It gives a lot of details that make it very easy to understand the procedures. I also like that it gives practical advice not only for the recipes but for cooking in general. Great book!
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