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Anyone Can Cook


I Don't Know How To Cook BookWhat It Is: The third edition of this foolproof cookbook for even the most ill-fated wannabe chefs. As Chef Gusteau tells Remy in Ratatouille – anyone can cook! And that would appear to be the case with the sweet little manual that final helps you understand the difference between whisking and whipping, broiling and baking, all while introducing you to 300 ah-mazing recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts and entertaining. Skip the mac & cheese and whip up something smashing, like Stuffed Green Bell Peppers or a refreshing Gazpacho.

Who It’s For: Your little brother or sister, who’s moving out on their own soon. Your friend that made a pledge to learn to cook for his or her New Year’s Resolution. A loved one looking for foolproof, simple recipes they can whip up on a weeknight (even if they’re already a-ok in the kitchen).

What It Costs: The new hardcover third edition of this book retails for $18.99, but you can track down older paperback copies for less (keeping in mind the new book has 60 new recipes in it).

Where It’s At: Indigo, online.

Speaking of books, how about an extra opportunity to nab an entry into my The Girl On The Train giveaway? Leave a comment below telling me about your kitchen prowess – could you benefit from this handy kitchen helper?

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28 Responses to “Anyone Can Cook”
  1. Heather Swanson says:

    I like simple homemade meals

  2. Joan G. says:

    I could use some new simple recipes.

  3. Lori Whetstone says:

    I could totally use this! I tend to make the same old meals because my skills are lacking:)

  4. janicour says:

    I am a good cook, but I can always use a few suggestions.

  5. Elena says:

    I’m a decent cook but my husband has a hard time boiling water 😬. I need to give him this book!

  6. Lindsey says:

    I’d like to think I am a pretty good cook but everyone could use some help!

  7. Julie G. says:

    I’m a pretty decent cook, but I really don’t like cooking. My hubby has sub-zero kitchen skills, so this book would be ideal for him!

  8. Annie Demill says:

    I’m a pretty good cook but it’s always fun to add another cookbook to my collection. There is always something more to learn no matter how much you think you know!

  9. Aimee says:

    My kids are getting older. This would be a great 1st cookbook

  10. Anne Derkat says:

    I a fair cook and would love to have more simple recipes.

  11. Cheryl A says:

    I’m a good prep worker for my husband and a short order cook for my kids. I bake ok and like the process of creating dough. I would use this book to get my kids started on cooking–they do seem to enjoy cookbooks. 🙂

  12. Tracy says:

    I like to think that I am a pretty good cook, but my husband…..he probably can use a hand 😉

  13. cookie3 says:

    I’m a pretty decent cook but this would make a great gift for anyone who’s first moving away from home.

  14. Audrey Skinner says:

    I do okay in the kitchen with baking and cooking meals. I would give this book to my niece who needs all the help she can get.

  15. S.Hirano says:

    I cook everyday for my family, so I have many recipes under my belt already. This book would be great for my 13 year old daughter who is interested in learning how to cook.

  16. Susan Patterson says:

    I cook all the time, but would love to check this book out for some great recipes – thanks!

  17. Lori P says:

    There’s almost always something new & useful in books like this that I’m happy to add to my cooking repertoire!

  18. Susan says:

    I feel pretty comfortable in the kitchen, but I’m sure there are many things I’ve never tried before.

  19. Susan T. says:

    I’m a pretty good cook but I have a friend who could really use this. As long as she wouldn’t be insulted! Lol!

  20. Debra says:

    Always find new ways of doing things, and of course solid basics make cooking more enjoyable. I’m sure I could benefit from such a book!

  21. Donnas says:

    I’m a whiz in the kitchen, this book would have been helpful to me about forty years ago when I was first learning my way around the kitchen.

  22. sherry Kinnear says:

    I am pretty good, but am always looking for something easy and tasty to cook.

  23. Valerie Gibson says:

    I don’t need this book, but my son would learn from it

  24. Kelly says:

    i enjoy cooking, but I’m sure there’s plenty of gaps in my cooking knowledge that his book could fill.

  25. diane says:

    I’m always in the kitchen creating new meals. I love reading cookbooks and I would definitely benefit from this one.

  26. Victoria Ess says:

    This would help me because I could pass it on to my partner who could then feel confident throwing meals together!

  27. Alison K says:

    The Girl On The Train bonus entry: my kitchen prowess is pretty much nil. I would definitely benefit from this handy kitchen helper. Thanks

  28. Grace says:

    I’m trying to learn how to be a better cook (from scratch) so I’d love to read this book!

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