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The I hate to cook book / Peg Bracken ; with a new ... Read More

Bracken, Peg.(Author).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.

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Kirtland Community College Library TX 740 .B63 2010 30541100 General Collection Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780446545921
  • ISBN: 0446545929
  • Physical Description: xiv, 207 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Grand Central Pub., 2010.

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General Note:
"50th Anniversary Edition."
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
30 day-by-day entrees -- The leftover -- ... Read More
Summary, etc.:
Presents a commemorative edition of a classic, ... Read More
Subject: Cooking.
Genre: Cookbooks.

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The I Hate to Cook Book (50th Anniversary Edition)
The I Hate to Cook Book (50th Anniversary Edition)
by Bracken, Peg; Bracken, Johanna (Foreword by)
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The I Hate to Cook Book (50th Anniversary Edition)


"There are two kinds of people in this world: the ones who don't cook out of and have NEVER cooked out of I Hate to Cook Book , and the other kind...the I Hate to Cook people consist mainly of those who find other things more interesting and less fattening, and so they do it as seldom as possible. Today there is an Annual Culinary Olympics, with hundreds of cooks from many countries ardently competing. But we who hate to cook have had our own Olympics for years, seeing who can get out of the kitchen the fastest and stay out the longest." Peg Bracken Philosopher's Chowder. Skinny Meatloaf. Fat Man's Shrimp. Immediate Fudge Cake. These are just a few of the beloved recipes from Peg Bracken's classic I Hate to Cook Book. Written in a time when women were expected to have full, delicious meals on the table for their families every night, Peg Bracken offered women who didn't revel in this obligation an alternative: quick, simple meals that took minimal effort but would still satisfy. 50 years later, times have certainly changed - but the appeal of The I Hate to Cook Book hasn't. This book is for everyone, men and women alike, who wants to get from cooking hour to cocktail hour in as little time as possible.

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