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Food Network Magazine 1,000 Easy Recipes: Super Fun Food for Every Day [Paperback]

Food Network Magazine
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March 20 2012
You'll never be stumped for meal ideas again with this massive collection from Food Network Magazine, America's best-selling food magazine. This family-friendly cookbook is packed with more than 1,000 recipes, including:

  • 294 appetizers and snacks
  • 156 breakfasts
  • 287 main dishes
  • 192 salads and sides
  • 232 drinks and desserts
Inspired by the pages of the magazine, this book is all about fun, easy cooking: Each recipe is short and simple--just a single paragraph!--and every page is filled with great photos and tips.

Step up old favorites in no time: Try taco burgers at your next cookout, or make Buffalo chicken nachos for a party. Find dozens of new pastas and salads for quick weeknight dinners, or treat your family to a big stack of lemon-berry pancakes.

Bonus: Check out the "centerfold" at the end of each chapter for a great classic recipe, like perfect marinara sauce and s'mores.

With this book you can mix and match your way to just about any meal and impress your family and friends with creative new dishes. Try our ideas or dream up your own: The options are endless!

MORE THAN 1,000 EASY RECIPES!

Keep this amazing new cookbook next to the stove and you'll never run out of ideas! Food Network Magazine's second cookbook is packed with more than 1,200 recipes. Choose from hundreds of fun appetizers and snacks, tasty dinners and sides, and easy desserts and drinks.

  • Mexican Eggs Benedict
  • Salmon-Cucumber Tea Sandwiches
  • Rum-Raisin Pancake Sundaes
  • Mocha Smoothies
  • Margarita Shrimp Nachos
  • Blue Cheese Dip
  • Potato Chip Toffee
  • Three-Meat Panini
  • Bacon-Pork Burgers
  • BLT Pasta
  • Bell Pepper-Pasta Salad
  • Caesar Salad
  • Spicy Tortilla Soup
  • Baby Bell Peppers with Feta and Mint
  • Rosemary Gin and Tonic
  • Praline Ice Cream Sandwiches
DISHES FOR EVERY OCCASION
Plan weeknight meals and parties, from the same book!

TIPS FROM THE TEST KITCHEN
Find helpful hints and serving ideas on nearly every page.

EXTRA-SHORT RECIPES
Each recipe is just a paragraph long--and a snap to make.

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Food Network Magazine is a joint venture of Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation and Food Network, a unique lifestyle network. The magazine is has a circulation of 1.5 million. Hearst Magazines is one of the world's largest publishers of monthly magazines, with nearly 200 editions around the world, including 15 U.S. titles.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super Easy and Really Appealing Dec 31 2012
By Sarah Chana Radcliffe TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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The subtitle of this book "Super Fun Food for Every Day" really says it all. My twenty year old son took a look through the recipes and actually felt inspired to cook! To quote his comments, "Wow, this looks awesome," "I've got to try this one," "Whoever made this book is a genius!" What made him wax so enthusiastic is the beautiful layout of the book, its simplicity (each of the 1000 recipes is a maximum of 40 or 50 words long and many are shorter), the great pictures, and the huge selection of comfort foods. This is NOT my gluten-free, vegan, sugarless cookbook (although I can certainly adapt these easy recipes if I want to). While there are plenty of healthy soups, salads, egg dishes, veggie sides and smoothies here, there are also tons of burgers, hot dogs, pizza, pasta & panini, pancakes, waffles, snacks, potato skins, desserts and even cocktails! This is a book that will work equally well for a student living alone (and learning to cook) as for a large family of ravenous eaters in the care of a cook who is looking for delicious, new ideas to wake up tired old staples. I have honestly never seen so many ways of making hotdogs! Even though I personally don't eat hotdogs, there are so many recipes that I am looking forward to trying that I'll be kept busy for a very long time with this delightful and yes, fun, cookboook!

Sarah Chana Radcliffe, author "Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice."
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book Jan. 8 2014
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Great yummy variety of reciepes.
From different walks of life.
Enjoy these types of cookbooks that have everything from healthy meal to a greasy burger.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Quick and dependable Aug. 29 2013
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This is a great resource and provides quick , dependable recipes for many items. This book is Excellent for entertaining!
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful pictures but... April 26 2012
By hahvidyahd - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Check it out of the library for some ideas and don't waste your money! I was very disappointed because the concept is so nice (i.e. how can I take my boring basic pasta salad recipe and "jazz it up" a dozen ways? Oh, use Orzo, lemon, oregano and feta cheese and call it Greek! or use tortellini, pepperoni and cubed mozzarella with vinagrette and call it "Pizza Style") but the recipes leave a lot to be desired.

Pros:
Great pictures
Easy to read through
Good ideas for "variations on a theme" as stated above of pasta salad, mashed potatoes, burgers, no bake desserts

Cons:
Even as a somewhat experienced home cook, I needed a few more words in the recipe instruction. This is the actual recipe for Pizza Pissaladiere: "Stretch dough into pan; scatter with carmelized onions and anchovies; bake 15 minutes at 450 until crust is golden". How many onions? Yellow or red onions? How many anchovies? Do I dice or slice the onion? Dice or leave anchovies whole? How about a quick "carmelizing onions" lesson, without sacrificing the precious "tweetable" nature of the recipes? Even though I'm somewhat experienced, I still find it hard to judge how much of a vegetables to use between the cooked and raw state.

Same thing with the "basic recipe" for skewers (lamb, chicken, beef). It just calls for marinating the meat of choice, skewering and "grilling until desired doneness"...Not helpful! How long for medium, rare, etc? And we all know chicken is "until you're sure it won't poison anyone" which is about how long? A few extra words here and there and it would have been a fun and useful find to pull out before parties or potlucks.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Everyday Quick and Easy Recipes May 6 2012
By CeliaD - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I honestly can say that this cookbook is a delight, I do not agree with a lot of the reviewers as I have had no issues with the content presentation. I too am an experienced cook with a vast array of cookbooks at my disposal but this one has something that entices me for an everyday quick and out of the ordinary mealtime blah. The concept is pretty straightforward - variations on kebabs, burgers, drinks and breakfasts... a short paragraph with ingredients that most of us already have at our disposal and preparation techniques that every experienced cook already knows. It's not meant to provide the instructions or foundations of cooking, it's assumed that as someone who has experience cooking will know how to caramelize an onion, as well as when chicken is no longer pink inside and the juice runs clear - it's ready. That said, if you are seeking this sort of guidance one can always google it, or buy a cookbook that provides more grounding or one with more step-by-step instructions. This is really meant as a fun and refreshing everyday tool or something to use when you want to put together a quick party replete with drinks and appetizers or experiment with a new way to cook.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Meh April 13 2012
By Devin S. Dobbs - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're looking for hamburger recipes then this is the book for you, however I found that there was very little variety to the main entrees. I can honestly say I never wanted 30 pages of hamburger recipes.

I should have looked at the table of contents before picking up the book...I was really let down by the lack of variety in the main dishes section.

On the plus side the recipes are very simple, I just struggle to find one I would be excited to make.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unique presentation but mediocre content April 24 2012
By Phillip O. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I got excited when I first flipped through this cookbook because the design and layout is very unique. Large beautiful photos accompany tiny recipes that sound simple. The introduction describes the recipes as "tweets". A typical one reads like this: "Smoked Mozzarella Pizza: Stretch 1 pound dough into a 15-inch round. Top with olive oil, salt, chopped thyme and oregano, 1 minced garlic clove and 6 ounces sliced smoked mozzarella. Bake until crisp. Top with 1/4 cup ricotta and grated parmesan; bake until melted." There are about 6-8 recipes per page in large print with a photo of one of them featured. I could not decide who this cookbook is intended for. It will appeal to beginner cooks , however, I just don't see how an inexperienced cook would find enough information in these "tweets" to understand how to do them. As for more experienced cooks, there is not much of interest unless you want 50+ recipes for various kinds of burgers. The book is good, perhaps, for getting ideas for various ways to prepare a certain dish. The kinds of recipes covered in the book are "Appetizers and Desserts" (dips, tea sandwiches, nachos, potato skins), "Breakfast and Brunch" (smoothies, pancakes, eggs), "Main Dishes" (soups, kebabs, burgers, pizza, panini), "Salads & Sides" (green, potato, pasta, beans), "Drinks & Desserts" (cold, hot, cocktails, brownies, cookies, no-bake). The book is fun to look through - I just don't think I will be using it that often.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Cook Book Aug. 25 2012
By Richard E Burton - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
So I decided to get this cook book because I love the Food Network. I am also not a great cook so I thought something with photos would help me out a lot when cooking. I made my first recipe today. Fresh tomato soup and it was amazing. This is a must have for new cooks or people just moving into their own place. There are not a lot of ingredients per recipe and it makes food for all group types.
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