An Easy Cooking Lesson For You

An Easy Cooking Lesson For You

by David Ewen

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Overview

People who look for cook books are looking for recipes. I
choose to do a better job by teaching them how to cook.
My passion for cooking instructs me to show people how to
make a great home cooked meal. That involves the best
cooking tools, ingredients, and secrets. I love to show
how to apply the easy secrets using common ingredients
with the best cooking tools.

Why look for a cook book on seafood, or Italian pasta dishes,
or salads? Right here, you’ll get the tips, tricks, and
techniques to cook great dishes of any type. You’ll be
able to dance around the kitchen and have fun as I do.

This book is not a complete cooking lesson for the entire
world of cooking. It however, gives a good introductory
base that allows you to grow and do more. Even experts
may find some great tips, tricks, and techniques to add to
their skill set in the kitchen.

This book is intended to show variety in cooking with easy
effort. Today we live in a fast busy world and cooking
time is short. However, I’ve always said that there’s
nothing that beats a home cooked meal, so let’s not avoid it.

The fear of health concerns make an attempt to dictate how
we cook. It’s so complicated. There’s good cholesterol
and bad cholesterol. What are you talking about? Is it
good or bad. Triglycerides? What’s that? Did I spell it
right or do I need another type of alphabet? What ever the
bad stuff is, I don’t know what it is, but I do know how to
steer away from it. We’ll talk about it in this lesson on
cooking.

One of the fears of “expert” cooking comes from the thought
of accurate measurement of ingredients. Except for
baking, I don’t measure. Cooking is done by eye and taste.
This makes one recipe great and different each time. I
focus on easy, simple, and quick.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012640888
Publisher: Ewen Prime Company
Publication date: 02/12/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 26
File size: 68 KB

About the Author

Growing up and as one of eight kids, we all had to take part
in helping with chores around the house. That included
cooking. Both my mother and father cooked. My
mother ensured the family had meat, potato, and vegetables
for dinner and my father knew what to mix best to make a
great “kazoo” . Before going to bed, my father would
make me a Kazoo and we would have fun father-and-son
talks. That dish was called the “Ten O’clock Special”.
Believe me, it was really good.

As a single bachelor, I had already been spoiled with good
home cooked food. But at my own home, my parents
weren’t there to continue to spoil me. I had to learn quick
how to make the good food that I had always enjoyed.

When I met my wife, I attempted to impress her with a
variety of dishes to show how domesticated I was. On one
date, there was a pasta dish. On another day, it was
seafood. Other days it would be poultry. A side of rice or
potato added to fill the meal. To complete the dish, I had
a vegetable to demonstrate that I was health conscious.
Well, any way, when I asked her to marry me, she said
“Yes”. (I will always love my Honey).

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