Saturday, August 13, 2016

Plated: Weeknight Dinners, Weekend Feasts, and Everything In Between! (Book REVIEW)

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The more than 125 inventive, repertoire-building recipes in Plated will help you cook and eat food you love without having to think so hard about it. Every dish here will work no matter how much (or little) time you have to cook, whether it’s quick dinner on a Monday for two or a backyard barbecue for a crowd.  The recipes are all rooted in a core technique—think One-Pan Roasted Chicken, Slow-Simmered Turkey Chili, or Cheesy Baked Penne—but can also be customized according to peak produce and just what you’re in the mood for. Step-by-step prep instructions and menu ideas take the stress out of cooking, so you know exactly what to do and when. Here, too, are ways for you to stretch these recipes, like basic marinades and spice rubs that can be used on almost anything, reinventions for leftovers, big-batch make-aheads, company-worthy feasts, and perfect sides. Platedis sure to become a well-loved, sauce-splattered staple in your kitchen.

  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Clarkson Potter (May 17, 2016)
  • Publication Date: May 17, 2016
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
This is a clearly written lovely cook book. Plated comes with a colorful hard cover with great photography on it.  It is simple but elegant on the outside.  The cook book name doesn't throw me for a loop.  I do not think it would catch my eye at the store just looking at the binding.  Though the name was is a little different for me, the reason the cookbook was name Plated is from the company plated.  These recipes come from the company plated that want to make fresh food more accessible to people.  This cook book is divided into 10 sections for you to enjoy.  These sections include  Kitchen Basics,Flavoring, Weeknight Dinners, Great For Leftovers, Make Ahead, Weekend Feasts, For A Crowd, On the Side, and At the End.  I love to cook my meals from starch so we do not have all the extra additive and preservative.  I love all the background information what you should have in your kitchen to have it well stocked.   I really love a cookbook with loads of pictures and wonderful photography so if you are looking for that you will not be disappointed.  This cookbook has everythign from simple rubs to huge feasts. Plated is easy to follow, simple but elegant and looks beautiful on your shelf! 

**I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion.  All opinions are my own** 

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