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Cook90 : the 30-day plan for faster, healthier, happier meals

Cook 90

Cook ninety

30-day plan for faster, healthier, happier meals

Epicurious (Web site).
Title:
Cook90 : the 30-day plan for faster, healthier, happier meals
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Edition:
First edition.
Publisher Info:
New York : Little, Brown and Company, a division of Hachette Book Group, Inc., 2018.
Physical Description:
271 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes indexes.
Abstract:
Can you COOK90? It's easier than you think. For 30 days, challenge yourself to cook every meal--and you'll transform the way you eat and feel. The 150,000+ people who take the COOK90 challenge every year know that cooking for yourself is one of the most satisfying, effective, and easy ways to improve your wellbeing. With expert support from the editors of Epicurious, the web's most trusted recipe site, you'll say goodbye to pricey takeout, crummy pizza delivery, and fast food that's no good for you. And you'll say hello to all the benefits of home cooking: healthier and more delicious meals, a fatter wallet, a clearer mind, and sharper skills. With more than 100 recipes, strategies, and four weeks of meal plans for every way of eating, you can save time, money, and sanity with a simple promise: I will not rely on restaurants, roommates, Cups o'Noodles, or my family to feed myself.
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Summary

Challenge yourself to cook 90 simple meals in a month, and reboot the way you eat, cook, and feel--from the editors of Epicurious , the web's most trusted recipe site.
Can you COOK90?
It's easier than you think. For 30 days, challenge yourself to cook every meal--and you'll transform the way you eat and feel.
The 150,000+ people who take the COOK90 challenge every year know that cooking for yourself is one of the most satisfying, effective, and easy ways to improve your wellbeing .
With expert support from the editors of Epicurious, the web's most trusted recipe site, you'll say goodbye to pricey takeout, crummy pizza delivery, and fast food that's no good for you. And you'll say hello to all the benefits of home cooking: healthier and more delicious meals, a fatter wallet, a clearer mind, and sharper skills.
With more than 100 recipes, strategies, and four weeks of meal plans for every way of eating, you can save time, money, and sanity with a simple promise: I will not rely on restaurants, roommates, Cups o'Noodles, or my family to feed myself. Instead, enjoy meals like: Baked Feta with Chickpeas and Greens Steak Soba Salad Braised Rotisserie Chicken with Bacon, Tomatoes, and Kale Start your day with Perfect 7-Minute Eggs or Cocoa Oats with Yogurt, Honey, and Hazelnuts And end it with a Cinnamon-Chocolate Chunk Skillet Cookie or Salted Almond Apple Crisp . And you'll do it all without upending your life. By repurposing leftovers and planning ahead, you make cooking work for your schedule, not the other way around.
Take the COOK90 challenge, and become a better, faster, healthier, happier cook.


Author Notes

David Tamarkin is the Editor and Digital Director of Epicurious. His recipes and articles have appeared in Bon Appetit , Gourmet, Details, Food Network Magazine, Time Out Chicago, Time Out New York, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Conde Nast Traveler, Cooking Light, Wine & Spirits , and many other publications.


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Publisher's Weekly Review

In this ambitious cookbook, Epicurious editor and digital director Tamarkin challenges readers to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner for 30 consecutive days in the hopes of kickstarting a healthy lifestyle that will help readers "physically, mentally, and financially." Tamarkin argues for planning ahead, stocking one's pantry, and using prepared foods, such as store-bought rotisserie chicken, canned beans, and frozen vegetables, and transforming them into extraordinary meals. Highlights include an herby white bean and tuna spread, one-pot pasta primavera with shrimp, quick chicken tikka masala, and braised chicken with bacon, tomatoes, and kale. He also emphasizes "nextovers," which are essentially batch-cooked foods that can be repurposed to create a new dish. Roasted sweet potato halves, for example, can be used to make sweet potatoes stuffed with chorizo, mushrooms, and lime cream, as well as chickpea curry with sweet potatoes and greens. A handful of notable breakfast items and baked goods, such as cocoa oats with yogurt honey, an oatmeal smoothie made with blueberries and tahini, chai-spiced tea cake, and salted almond apple crisp nicely round out this helpful book. This is a helpful, creative guide for readers who opt out of takeout in favor of home-cooked meals with the hopes of becoming better cooks in the process (Dec.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.