Click Here To Purchase The $5 Takeout Cookbook: Good, Cheap Food for When You Want to Eat In

Authors: Rhonda Lauret Parkinson, Margaret Kaeter, Belinda Hulin, & Jennifer Malott Kotylo  

Publisher: Adams Media  
ISBN: 9781440525872
Fancy Mexican, Chinese or Thai food, or feel like pizza without the hassle and expense of either eating out or ordering in—then why not try expert foodies Rhonda Lauret Parkinson, Margaret Kaeter, Belinda Hulin, and Jennifer Malott Kotylo’s latest work? Let’s face it, in these cash-strapped times, we’re all trying to save money wherever and whenever we can. The $5 Takeout Cookbook: Good, Cheap Food for When You Want to Eat In shows us how to eat out while dining in, in the healthiest and most economical way possible. The handy 252-page cookbook takes you through a range of dishes that can be concocted without your having to expend a great deal on ingredients that you might not have ready to hand, and the recipes are mostly so straightforward that even a beginner cook should be able to whip them up with the greatest of ease. The freshness of the ingredients should also be enough to stimulate even the most jaded palate.
Not only are all the recipes capable of arousing the curiosity and desire to explore foreign cuisines, but they are also organized in such a way as to allow you quick and ready access to just what you are looking for. The signposting of chapters and recipes is clear throughout,
with each recipe being given on a separate page, and provided with a clear heading in bold. The handy index clearly indicates both the names of the various dishes and their ingredients, with the cuisine of different lands being distinguished from one another. For example, beef, chicken and pork dishes are all split up into Chinese, Mexican and Thai. No space is wasted on costly color photographs of what the food should look like when ideally prepared and presented, enabling the publishers to keep the cost of this cookbook relatively low.

All four of the authors are both chefs and freelance writers of renown, having specialized in the foreign cuisine that they cover in The $5 Takeout Cookbook. In addition to her other writings, Rhonda Lauret Parkinson is the author of The Everything Chinese Cookbook, Margaret Kaeter, apart from writing extensively about health and nutrition, has also written The Everything Mexican Cookbook. Belinda Hulin is not only the food editor of the Florida Times-Union, but has also authored The Everything Pizza Cookbook, while Jennifer Malott Kotylo has not only served as the treasurer of the Chicago Chapter of the prestigious American Institute of Wine & Food, but is also the author of The Everything Thai Cookbook. By buying this gem of a book you will, therefore, gain access to the advice of women who are all experts in their field, and cannot go wrong with concocting these scrumptious, nutritious and economical dishes that are so easy to follow that even a child could make them.    
 Click Here To Purchase The $5 Takeout Cookbook: Good, Cheap Food for When You Want to Eat In