Daphne Oz
The Happy Cook: 125 Recipes for Eating Every Day Like It's the Weekend
January1 16, 2019 Comments.. 128
The Happy Cook Recipes for Eating Every Day Like It s the Weekend The bestselling author and Emmy Award winning cohost of ABC s The Chew takes the intimidation out of cooking and shows you how to savor life fully every day with this gorgeous cookbook featuring than

  • Title: The Happy Cook: 125 Recipes for Eating Every Day Like It's the Weekend
  • Author: Daphne Oz
  • ISBN: 9780062426918
  • Page: 305
  • Format: ebook
  • The bestselling author and Emmy Award winning cohost of ABC s The Chew takes the intimidation out of cooking and shows you how to savor life fully every day with this gorgeous cookbook featuring than 125 easy, healthy, and delicious timesaving recipes.For many people, especially those who aren t quite at home in the kitchen, the idea of cooking a homemade meal can beThe bestselling author and Emmy Award winning cohost of ABC s The Chew takes the intimidation out of cooking and shows you how to savor life fully every day with this gorgeous cookbook featuring than 125 easy, healthy, and delicious timesaving recipes.For many people, especially those who aren t quite at home in the kitchen, the idea of cooking a homemade meal can be terrifying, uninspiring, or just feel like a chore In The Happy Cook, Daphne Oz makes cooking fun and relaxing, and shows anyone newbie or seasoned expert how to celebrate every day with delicious meals that are as easy to create as they are to enjoy.Like cooking with a good friend and a glass of wine, The Happy Cook is filled with friendly advice, expert tips, inspiring ideas, and best of all, 125 simple yet fabulous recipes, all using just a handful of ingredients, that will transform the most nervous or reluctant novice into a happy, confident home cook.Here are recipes for the whole day and the whole week, from Saturday dinner parties to quick and easy weeknight leftovers With The Happy Cook, eating well is a breeze with delights such as Breakfast Crispy Crunchy Honey Thyme Granola, Chocolate Almond Breakfast Bars, and Coconut Mango PancakesLunch Kale and Plum Salad with Miso Vinaigrette, Warm Spring Pea Soup, Seared Garlic Lime Shrimp Banh Mi and Philly Cheesesteak QuesadillasDinner Truffle Salt Roast Chicken with Lentils and Squash, Cashew Soba Noodles with Fried Shallots, Sea Bass Roasted Over Citrus, and Apricot Rosemary Glazed Lamb ChopsDessert Outlaw Carrot Cake with Brown Sugar Buttercream, Better Brownies, Sour Apple Juice Pops, and Nutty Banana Ice Cream The Happy Cook is all about real life application and real life success Celebrate every occasion and every meal with mouthwatering, vibrant, easy food It s not about perfection, as Daphne makes clear It s about the confidence to get into the kitchen, have fun, and become a happy cook

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    1. Janet Clark says:

      Mostly light, healthy eating. Enjoyed her "10 Minute Breakfast Tacos" and several of her salads, especially the "Thai Nicoise". When the weather cools down I'm anxious to try the "Hoisin Glazed Pork & Turkey Meatloaf" and the "Chewy Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies". Very straightforward ingredients. Cookbook goes well w/ a big glass of wine and a sit-down in the shade before dinner.

    2. outdoortype says:

      Fun, easy to read cookbook. Lots of fabulous recipes. Tried some and have others marked to try. Many recipes with more butter and flour than I’m looking for but 125 recipes to consider. There’s real joy in cooking and eating. Worth pursuing for consideration if looking for guidance in taking your cooking up a notch.

    3. Roberta says:

      I bought this book since I had her first and I was not disappointed.There are quite a bit of good recipes, but there are some that I would not try just because of the combinations.The way the recipes are set up, you can really change them up to fit what you like.

    4. Lisa says:

      This was a really good book. I especially liked the breakfast and morning section. I would make everything in that section. As for the other parts, there is alot that I would eat maybe not as much that I would eat. All in all if I found this book I would totally buy it.

    5. Amanda says:

      Lovely book with tons of delicious looking recipes I can't wait to try.

    6. Renee says:

      3.5 - Enjoyed reading her comments and story and found a good amount of recipes that sounded really yummy especially the savory honey thyme granola.

    7. Maureen says:

      Only about 5 recipes look enticing

    8. Ivy says:

      This meets my cookbook criteria. It has good photos, the recipes are accessible to the average home cook and it has some banter. It was a really decent cookbook read.

    9. Reading Fool says:

      I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.I like Daphne Oz on The Chew, and I really like this cookbook. It is practical and useful, and the recipes are great for the average home cook. Some recipes are great for those who want to do something different, something other than the usual meal. The photos are great and the tips are very helpful, especially for a beginner. Variations on recipes are presented, giving you even more ideas. This would make a wonderful gift.

    10. Barbara says:

      I originally gave this 3* but had to rethink. Would I make any of these recipes? Probably not, but some of the salads seem interesting. Nice pictures but there are so many new cookbooks that came out this year.

    11. Shirley Eiswerth says:

      Although there are quite a few of these recipes I won't make because of certain ingredients or seafoods I don't eat, what remains has me super excited to try, I love Mediterranean style foods, so the Turkish and Italian styles are making me drool!! Can't wait to try these recipes!!!

    12. Karyn says:

      A fun library check-out. I copied a few recipes from this pretty book.

    13. Mark Paul says:

      Great ideas and images

    14. Lorraine Groom says:

      Great photos!! The recipes are easy to follow and are geared to a busy family. I anticipate using this with regularity.

    15. Michelle says:

      Very pretty cookbook, and I enjoyed the recipes, although I guess "easy" and "timesaving" is in the eye of the beholder. :-) Nice looking recipes though.

    16. Brindi Michele says:

      the dessert section pushed this to 3 stars for me

    17. Beka says:

      Amazing!! So many delicious recipes and drool-worthy photos. I'm so excited to try these recipes.

    18. Julie H. says:

      As an aesthetically-pleasing coffee table book, Daphne Oz's The Happy Cook: 125 Recipes for Eating Every Day Like It's the Weekend is lovely. As a practical cookbook--that is, something that provides efficient and consistent lists of ingredients and instructions for preparing specific dishes--it is internally inconsistent and frustrating. Here are my three biggest peeves with the book, and I'll just stop there. First, recipes are internally inconsistent--within the same recipe in terms of how in [...]

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