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Robin to the Rescue: Quick & Simple Recipes for Delicious Home Cooking

 

by Robin Miller

Book Description

200 time-saving recipes from bestselling cookbook author and Food Network celebrity chef Robin Miller that allow you to "Quick Fix It" your way to get home-cooked meals on the table every night, no matter what your schedule.

Robin to the Rescue contains recipes organized by course/main ingredient so you can find recipes for what you're in the mood for fast. For ease of planning, each recipe says how long it will take to prep, active cooking time, and walk-away time (the time a dish can be left to cook without your supervision).

A new feature for this book will be that each recipe will allow you to Quick Fix it your way, namely it will tell you how a particular recipe can be turned into a Meal Kit; prepared in a slow cooker; doubled up so you can bank a batch in your freezer for nights when you have no time for meal preparation at all, aside from pushing buttons on the microwave; and/or morphed into another meal you can enjoy later in the week. Robin to the Rescue is a uniquely versatile book, allowing the reader to tailor recipe prep to her own particular needs.

About the Author
Robin Miller is the host of Food Network's Quick Fix Meals. She is also a contributing editor for Health magazine and writes for many other publications. Robin has a master's degree in Food and Nutrition from New York University and lives in Arizona with her husband and two young sons.

 

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