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The Woman's Day Everyday Cookbook: 365 Tasty Recipes and Monthly Menus for the Whole Year
The Woman's Day Everyday Cookbook: 365 Tasty Recipes and Monthly Menus for the Whole Year by Editors of Woman's Day
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1936297450 | 500 pages | EPUB | 30,5 MB

Do you ever feel like you're eating the same dishes over and over again, yet feel uninspired or don't have enough time to plan your family's meals? In The Woman's Day Everyday Cookbook, the trusty editors of Woman's Day have done the planning for you. Featuring 365 simple, never-repeating recipes organized by month, the book delivers a huge variety of delicious and healthy dishes for a different meal everyday for a whole year, many prepared in 30 minutes or less.
A handy day-to-day meal planner at the beginning of every month takes the work out of organizing your family's meals. The book also spotlights seasonal ingredients for appealing and fuss-free meals, year-round.
Each week features a variety of dishes and ingredients so you get the health benefits of eating a varied diet and never get bored with your dinners. Weekly grocery lists make shopping super easy and planned leftover meals get dinner on the table in minutes on busy days. And, by planning your meals, you can stay organized, know exactly what your family is eating and save money too.
For decades, the Woman's Day test kitchen has been a trusted source of wholesome, time-saving recipes that appeal to cooks and diners alike. The recipes are easy-to-follow and include cooking time, serving size, nutritional information, handy tips and helpful facts to make cooking easier.
So tasty and easy, you'll want to keep using this book year after year!
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The Woman's Day Everyday Cookbook: 365 Tasty Recipes and Monthly Menus for the Whole Year
The Woman's Day Everyday Cookbook: 365 Tasty Recipes and Monthly Menus for the Whole Year by Editors of Woman's Day
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1936297450 | 500 pages | EPUB | 30,5 MB

Do you ever feel like you're eating the same dishes over and over again, yet feel uninspired or don't have enough time to plan your family's meals? In The Woman's Day Everyday Cookbook, the trusty editors of Woman's Day have done the planning for you. Featuring 365 simple, never-repeating recipes organized by month, the book delivers a huge variety of delicious and healthy dishes for a different meal everyday for a whole year, many prepared in 30 minutes or less.
A handy day-to-day meal planner at the beginning of every month takes the work out of organizing your family's meals. The book also spotlights seasonal ingredients for appealing and fuss-free meals, year-round.
Each week features a variety of dishes and ingredients so you get the health benefits of eating a varied diet and never get bored with your dinners. Weekly grocery lists make shopping super easy and planned leftover meals get dinner on the table in minutes on busy days. And, by planning your meals, you can stay organized, know exactly what your family is eating and save money too.
For decades, the Woman's Day test kitchen has been a trusted source of wholesome, time-saving recipes that appeal to cooks and diners alike. The recipes are easy-to-follow and include cooking time, serving size, nutritional information, handy tips and helpful facts to make cooking easier.
So tasty and easy, you'll want to keep using this book year after year!
Download link :
(Buy Long-term Premium Accounts To Support Me & Max Speed)
Links are Interchangeable - Single Extraction - Premium is support resumable
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