Learn To Cook by Hilah Johnson
A Down and Dirty Guide to Cooking (For People Who Never Learned How)

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Drawing from a lifetime of cooking, Hilah Johnson (host of the popular internet cooking series, Hilah Cooking) has produced a beginners cookbook for today's young (and young-at-heart) adults. Featuring a casual straightforward style and a focus on fresh, simple recipes Learn to Cook will appeal to anyone who loves to eat. Inside you'll find chapters on menu planning, knife skills, shopping, kitchen equipment (including the only three tools you really need), and more.

Plus, a comprehensive spice chart and over 150 recipes from breakfast to dinner to the snacks in between.

About Hilah Johnson

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Hilah Johnson is the host of Hilah Cooking an award-winning internet cooking show that teaches people how to cook. You can check out over 300 simple, tasty and unusual video recipes at hilahcooking.com. When not writing cook books or making cooking videos, she enjoys beer, chips and salsa, long walks, and bringing home stray dogs.
Published March 24, 2013 by Hilah Cooking. 308 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Cooking, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Written in her signature down-to-earth lingo, Hilah Johnson's Learn To Cook: A Down and Dirty Guide to Cooking (For People Who Never Learned How) (Hilah Cooking, 308 pp., $20) is a good beginner's guide to cooking and a great gift for the drive-thru addict in your life.

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