|Title||:||Michael Symon's 5 in 5 365: 150 Quick Dinners, Sides, Holiday Dishes, and Brunches for Every Season|
|Number of Pages||:||240 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Michael Symon's 5 in 5 365: 150 Quick Dinners, Sides, Holiday Dishes, and Brunches for Every Season Reviews
Michael is the popular co-host of The Chew. He promised his viewers that they could make simple, easy meals from scratch. This is the second cookbook that he's written with that concept in mind. Taking seasonal ingredients, he created easy to fix, simple meals for the family. The book begins with a short introduction to the concept and the author. It also has a pantry list. The recipes are divided up by season, so the shopper can find the ingredients needed based on the time of year. The last se ...more
I enjoy watching Michael Symon on Food Network so this seemed like an interesting read, and it was. He looks at seasonal foods and figures out the best combinations for quick and flavorful meals. Would never have thought of some combinations and even less, some of the preparations. Need to try some of these.
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I always enjoy Michael Symon recipes. The recipes help me cook at a higher level using new techniques and ingredients.
I don't typically review cookbooks but I really like this one. I've enjoyed watching Michael Symon cook on variosu shows and thought the recipes he made sounded good, I always wanted to try them. This is one of the few cookbooks I have found where I would make most of the recipes, something I rarely find in a cookbook. They all look and sound delicious!
At the beginning of the book there is a list of basic pantry items to have stocked so you can make any recipe, I really liked having this list. ...more
Let me start by saying, I watch The Chew daily and I love #TheChewCrew and all that they bring to the table. I was quite excited that this book was available for review, Chef Michael Symon is one of my favorites.
Chef Symon will help you to conquer kitchen chaos in 5 minutes with 5 ingredients. Inside this book,
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Love how it is divided into seasons to maximize the ingredients you have access to like summer veggies! Found about 15 recipes I will definitely try!
I loved the idea of this—five fresh, seasonal ingredients that can be cooked in five minutes. I work eight hours a day (occasionally 10-12) and don’t want to spend my evening cooking. I’d like to make something healthy and fresh in less than thirty minutes.
So, I picked this up and chose three recipes from the fall/winter categories. I chose one “sketchy” sounding one, one I knew HAD to be good, and one I wasn’t sure on.
Pork & Cranberries
I wasn’t sure on this one, but the thought of Thanksgiv ...more
Organized into seasons, these meals are "plentiful" with year round basics and local produce. Beginning with what is in your pantry, the opening season is the spring. Michael entices you out of the winter and into the farmers' markets. Keeping meals "light" and "quick and easy" here are a few that interested our family:
Spring Pea "Guacamole" with grilled bread and radish (pg.14): perfect entree for any gathering, especially book clubs
Grilled chicken breast with shaved fennel and orange salad ( ...more