Item description for 4 Ingredient Recipes for 30 Minute Meals by Barbara C. Jones...
Complete meals in minutes with all new 4-ingredient recipes! Easy enough for beginners, delicious enough for pros. Great family meals in record time. Only 4 ingredients in every recipe. Grocery lists with every meal. Lots of timesaving short-cuts without sacrificing flavor. Great new kitchen aid!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.3" Height: 1" Weight: 1.35 lbs.
Binding Ring Bound
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Cookbook Resources
ISBN 1931294704 ISBN13 9781931294706
Availability 0 units.
More About Barbara C. Jones
Barbara C. Jones currently resides in Highland Village. Barbara C. Jones has an academic affiliation as follows - Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Reviews - What do customers think about 4 Ingredient Recipes for 30 Minute Meals?
A pre-packaged, frozen non-cookbook Jun 8, 2007
My roommate left this "cook"book for me when he went away to Prague for the summer. Now I can see why it was buried at the bottom of his closet. Just paging through at first glance, the book appears to give ideas for some pretty delicious, interesting meals. For example, Mac and Cheese deluxe meal consists of homemade mac and cheese and stirred in rotisserie chicken. On the side, corn, sugar snap peas, and hot rolls. For dessert: vanilla pudding with chocolate cookies. I was quickly frustrated, though, with how the book only groups together store-bought items and calls them a meal. For the three sides and dessert items, all the book said was "cook according to package directions" and "serve with oreo cookies."
If you have never cooked or eaten a meal in your entire life this book may come in handy for putting the obvious together. If you don't need help choosing a canned or frozen vegetable to go along with your kraft macaroni and cheese, save the money and buy some fresh ingredients to cook dinner with tonight.
One other example of how useless this book is: on the recipe for "sesame breadsticks, crackers, or cornbread" it gives the instruction to serve on a "serving trey." If you're looking for someone to hold your hand while you prepare bland and simple meals mainly from frozen and canned foods from the grocery store and to tell you how to serve them, perhaps this book is a good fit for you. If you know how to boil water and slice bread, however, I would recommend picking up a cookbook with recipes that have a little creativity - not just suggestions to "follow the directions on the packaging" of your frozen peas.
Quick and Fun Family Meals Sep 13, 2005
My mother picked this up at the store and I thought it was so clever that I "stole" it from her. There are 100 fun menus with everything already planned out - even includes grocery lists. Plus, the recipes are all simple and quick to fix. No this is not gourmet cuisine, but in today's often chaotic and fast paced lifestyles it works for busy families to share some quality time over meals. With three little kids I know I personally appreciate that it takes the guess work out of what do I serve because its already spelled out in a simple to follow approach.
Waste of Money Sep 9, 2005
This cookbook is nothing more than a list of pre-cooked and prepackaged foods you mix together. MOst of the entrees contain cream soups or some type of sauce. Salads are often canned peaches and cottage cheese. Meals are rounded out with bought rolls and a bought pie. I am very disappointed in this purchase!