Item description for The Ultimate Rush Hour Recipe Collection: Effortless Entertaining, Family Favorites, One-Pot Wonders and Presto Pasta... All in One Cookbook! (Rush Hour Cook) by Brook Noel...
Once known as the Queen-of-Incapable Cooking, Brook has been spotted securing saran wrap with sailor knots, baking a cherry pie without pitting the cherries and coloring unboiled Easter eggs. Frustrated with the lack of a family dinner hour in her home (her husband had opted for large lunches at work), she set out to create a cooking system (much to her husband's dismay) that would allow her to put great meals on the table quickly. A CEO, mom, wife, daughter, volunteer, church-goer, author and speaker, Brook's time is at a premium. Brook created simply stellar meals and menus for everyday enjoyment. Now, for the first time, Brooks first four "Rush Hour Pocket Series" cookbooks are available all in one volume. Within these pages you'll find Presto Pasta, Effortless Entertaining, One-Pot Wonders, and Family Favorites. Enjoy over 200 simple, quick and easy dishes.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2005
Publisher Champion Press, Ltd.
ISBN 1932783997 ISBN13 9781932783995
Availability 0 units.
More About Brook Noel
Pamela D. Blair, PhD Dr. Blair earned her PhD in philosophy and a masters in metaphysics from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. She has certificates in Integrative Therapy and Therapeutic Touch, has studied at the New England Educational Institute and the Transformational Training Institute, and has a divinity degree from the New Seminary in New York, NY. As a therapist, she is known for her innovative personal growth workshops and support groups. In addition to I Wasn't Ready to Say Goodbye, she has authored The Next Fifty Years: A Guide for Women at Midlife and Beyond (Hampton Roads Publishing Co.). A frequently invited guest on television, cable, and radio talk shows, Dr. Blair has appeared on CBS TV and is a contributing editor to me* Magazine, GriefNet.com, and Divorce Magazine. Visit her website at www.pamelablair.com Brook Noel Brook Noel is the author of nineteen books, specializing in life management, balance, and life transitions. Known for going "beyond the book," Noel uses many means to interact with and support her readers. She delivers free motivational podcasts, online Q&A chats, message board interaction, in-person free "coffees" when she travels, and four free newsletters with over one hundred thousand total subscribers. Noel's interactive grief outreach program, GriefSteps can be accessed at www.griefsteps.com "While some of my work deals with life's hardest blows, other work deals with the day-to-day stressors and challenges. My life experiences have taught me that today is what matters... right here and right now. I am committed to helping others reap the gift of today." Noel has appeared on hundreds of media outlets, including CNN Headline News, ABC World News, FOX Friends, Woman's World, Parent's Journal, Town & Country, New York Post, "Ask Heloise," and Bloomberg Radio . Her work has been recognized by the Midwest Independent Publisher Awards, the Best Book Awards, and the IPPY Awards.Noel was recognized in 2003 as one of the 40 Top Most Influential Business People Under the Age of 40 by the Business Journal. She is a spokesperson for the Home Business Association and was chosen as one of ten entrepreneurs of the year. Brook lives in Wisconsin with her husband, twelve-year-old daughter, one golden retriever, a black lab named "Kitty," and one very large cat named Tom. Visit her website at www.brooknoel.com"
Brook Noel currently resides in Milwaukee. Brook Noel was born in 1973.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Ultimate Rush Hour Recipe Collection: Effortless Entertaining, Family Favorites, One-Pot Wonders and Presto Pasta... All in One Cookbook! (Rush Hour Cook)?
Mostly American casseroles and kiddy fare Aug 21, 2005
This is a book of fast recipes, many depending on canned soups and convenience foods like frozen hash browns. They are "kid tested" meaning if your offspring are tending to dine on chicken fingers and hamburgers as the exclusive source of their nourishment, they probably will spoon up some of these dishes, too.
Recipes include Noodle Bake, Strogonoff Supper, Pizza Pockets and Mexican Casserole This last I had to check out because at work, we have a war-word for bad food at the headquarters and it's (whisper it) Mexican Lasagna. This atrocity was perpetrated on us last April and consists of tortillas and taco meat posing as lasagna, Wrong, wrong wrong. Mexi-Casserole here, however, is elbow mac and taco-seasoned hamburger. In other words, Chili Mac. You are safe serving this to anyone, probably, except gourmands and vegetarians. Desserts are cinnamon baked apples, banana cream pie, no bake peanut butter choco squares and the alluringly if bad-for-you-sounding Snickers Salad
The organization of ths book leaves a lot to be desired, but if you know a young mom who is overwhelmed by the kitchen or someone who inherited the job of cooking for a herd, this is a great book gift.
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