Are you cooking for yourself for the first time and going crazy in the process? Help has arrived! Say goodbye to a steady diet of fast food, frozen dinners, and Top Ramen. The best way to become a good cook is to actually start cooking!
Healthy eating expert and top-selling cookbook author, Nancy N. Wilson, has over 60-years-experience cooking and testing recipes, which ensures that you are in good hands.
She has put together a collection of over 120 delicious recipes especially for new cooks exactly like you. They are easy-to-prepare, made with familiar ingredients, and won’t damage your pocketbook.
Cooking for Yourself for the First Time is a practical, easy-to-follow cookbook tailored for young professionals or college students who want to learn how to cook healthy meals and snacks for themselves and friends. If you could only have one cookbook, this is the one! It is filled with the author’s favorite easy recipes, plus a few elaborate ones for special occasions when you are willing to go big!
Being on your own is fun, exciting, and maybe a little overwhelming. Everything has changed – except you still have to eat! Cooking may or may not be a problem, depending on how much you did at home when your mom or dad was around to help out if things went awry. On the other hand, if cooking were never your thing, it may be a bit more challenging. Never fear, you’ve got this!
In Cooking for Yourself for the First Time you’ll discover:
- 120 easy-to-follow recipes for all meals, plus snacks and desserts
- Tips to make your cooking experience more successful
- Healthy packed lunch suggestions to ensure a healthy diet all day long
- The number of servings and the calorie count for each recipe
- Recipe tips and variations to help you change things up occasionally
- BONUS: How to prepare the author’s never-fail recipe for Thanksgiving Turkey and Dressing.
The cookbook includes many of Wilson’s family favorites – super easy and delicious recipes that will have you quickly cooking with confidence. Most are made 100% from scratch, which means you are in control of the ingredients – eliminating additives and extra sugars that are bad for your health. You will be able to cook delicious meals for yourself, your roommates, visiting family, a group of friends, or that special someone in your life.