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Look Inside. Nov 28, ISBN The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook more than , copies sold is coming out in a luxe, hardcover gift edition — perfect for engagements, weddings, and graduations. Part kitchen manual, part cookbook, this groundbreaking volume was the first of its kind to engineer recipes from the ground up for the two-person household. We put our kitchen expertise to work to figure out how to scale down the trickiest dishes, from soups and stews to stir-fries and lasagnas—even cakes and pies. Hardcover —. Add to Cart.
Because smaller families shouldn't have to rely on recipes built for four or six, America's Test Kitchen has reengineered of our best recipes.
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This week, millions of Americans will face the prospect of cooking Thanksgiving dinner without a very clear sense of how to do it. How often do most of us roast a turkey, anyway? About twice a year on average is my guess, a fact that suggests we're a lot less enthusiastic about the national feast bird than we claim. Some of these unpracticed chefs will pull out a gravy-stained recipe handed down by an older and more oven-savvy female relative. Others will open a classic kitchen bible like "The Joy of Cooking.
A few years back, in that now-forgotten time before Instant Pots were a thing, I reviewed an electric pressure cooker and struggled mightily with it. It was supposed to be a safe, fast way to speed up cooking and promised to make slow-cooker style dinners appear in a heartbeat. Unfortunately, stovetop pressure cooker cookbooks didn't really work for their slightly-less-powerful electric counterparts, and this one came with a mini-cookbook with recipes that tended to flop. Flash forward to last fall when Instant Pot Mania was in full swing and I put the company's Ultra cooker a souped up version of their classic Duo at the top of my Christmas list. Once I popped it out of the box, though, I quickly realized that sub-par manuals and not-so-great included recipes are par for the course. Turns out that Instant Pot is notorious for this, so much so that it's rumored to be reworking its manuals. The Instant Pot Community group on Facebook is too much of a jungle for beginners, and while my friend Lylah secured an invitation for me to Facebook's secret Instant Pot for Indian Cooking group, it was clearly over my head.
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