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Editors of Cook's Illustrated Magazine

The Quick Recipe : Favorite Dishes in Less Than 60 Minutes (The Best Recipe)

2004 James Beard Award Winner for the General Category; The Quick Recipe is the result of thousands of hours of testing to determine the techniques that deliver big flavor in less time--all from scratch. Starting with building block recipes for basic quick cooking techniques such as sautéing, grilling, or stir-frying, the editors of Cook’s Illustrated developed more than 300 flavorful recipes. Each recipe requires less than 60 minutes (many less than 30) from ingredient prep and assembly through cooking and/or cooling, and most recipes require 10 or fewer ingredients.
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Donna Hay

Modern Classics: Book 1

Renowned for making food that looks gorgeous and tastes great yet minimal effort, Donna Hay's cookbooks have become international successes. Modern Classics follows a simple formula for each chapter. Chapters, including soups, salads, pastas, and pies, begin with a "basic" recipe. With step-by-step photos, cooks will be able to create increasingly sophisticated variations from this starter recipe.

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Jacques Pépin

The Short-Cut Cook : Make Simple Meals With Surprisingly Little Effort

Jacques Pépin, America's favorite French chef, makes your cooking easier with 150 timesaving recipes.
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Susie Quick

Quick Simple Food

From Susie Quick, the founding food editor and stylist of Real Simple magazine, a new approach to quick-and-easy cooking. This beautifully designed and lavishly illustrated book is filled with terrific recipes for cooks looking for ways to prepare stylish, satisfying meals even when time is short.
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Rachael Ray

Get Togethers : Rachael Ray 30 Minute Meals

Rachael Ray, the popular host of "30-Minute Meals" and "$40 a Day" seen daily on the TV Food Network, puts the fun back into entertaining with this exciting collection of recipes, all designed to feed a crowd or smaller gathering in 30 minutes or less. Using her trademark free-hand style of cooking and readily available ingredients, Rachael makes "having people over" seem effortless. She offers helpful cooking and organizing tips throughout. When it comes to entertaining, Rachael believes that less is more. Keep it simple, and you will enjoy your own party more. Her recipes will make you look "way cool."
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Rick Rodgers

Carefree Cook

2004 IACP Award Nominee for General Category; In Rick Rogers' most comprehensive book to date, Carefree Cook replaces stress and fuss with creativity and ease. While Rodgers has included numerous quick ideas in this collection, many of his selections simmer and roast at a leisurely pace while the cook relaxes. Written in Rodger's appealing irreverent style, each of the 150 recipes here draws dazzling flavor from just a handful of ingredients.
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