What is there left to say about Mark Bittman’s cookbook classic that hasn’t already be said a million times? So much has been written about this fantastic kitchen companion since its debut WAY back in 1998. Now, comes the 10th anniversary edition.
I can’t even imagine that there is a home kitchen out there that doesn’t already have a copy within easy reach. But, if find yourself in that unenviable position, it’s not too late to right that wrong.
How to Cook Everything, Completely Revised 10th Anniversary Edition: 2,000 Simple Recipes for Great Food, checks in at over one thousand pages and as you can see from the title, contains two thousand recipes that any home chef can tackle.
If you have an “old” version that’s spine is begging for a rest. Or, if for some unknown reason you don’t own a copy of this cookbook standard, this gives you a great opportunity to right this wrong.
If you haven’t seen our post on the How To Cook Everything iPhone app, you can check that out here.
Author: Mark Bittman
Hardcover: 1056 pages
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