Fast Fresh + Simple – Book Review

This delightful and inspiring cookbook is written by Hope Cohen who is a media personality, restaurant consultant, and chef. She has been on local television channels such as CBS and NBC. She has also had the privilege of cooking with national and international chefs in as many as 400 cooking shows. Apart from that, her work has also been published in Philadelphia daily news, Main Line Today and the Philadelphia Style Magazine. She also loves travelling to learn about the art of food, cooking, and how it differs from culture to culture. Hope is also a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) and Slow Food International.

There are many things that a single working parent needs to keep in mind when planning dinner. She needs to satisfy her creativity while trying to prepare meals that have simple recipes which do not take too much time to make and are healthy for the whole family. And this is how the recipes in the book were developed as they are beautifully creative and filled with flavor and are simple to make. These are ideal for the busy weekdays where you want to wrap up something as quickly as possible and also for the weekends where you want to put some passion into your cooking.

Fast fresh + Simple is a cookbook that has it all. The recipes are easy to understand and the pictures are so good that they make anyone want to head to the kitchen to try them out. The flavors are balanced and most of the ingredients are those commonly found on the shelf or are easily available in the market. By simplifying the cooking methods of mouthwatering recipes, Fast Fresh + Simple makes cooking a wide range of recipes easy and is something every cooking enthusiast needs to get their hands on.

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