The Everything Stir-Fry Cookbook by Rhonda Lauret Parkinson

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Don't have time to cook? Stir-frying is quick, healthy, and easy. With The Everything Stir-Fry Cookbook, you will learn the essentials for making healthy dishes. Start with the freshest ingredients and the correct equipment, then learn how to properly select and prepare food from around the world. Whip up fish and shellfish dishes and get creative with inventive ideas for marinades, sauces, and second helping-worthy desserts. A sizzling sourcebook of 300 recipes for delicious meals that don't require a lot of ingredients -- or time -- The Everything Stir-Fry Cookbook offers helpful tips and techniques for making mouthwatering recipes in less time than it would take you to choose what to order from a menu.

About Rhonda Lauret Parkinson

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Rhonda Lauret Parkinson is a freelance writer and chef.Margaret Kaeter is a freelance writer whose extensive articles on health and nutrition have appeared in publications such as "New Woman Magazine, Beef Magazine, " and "Entrepreneur Magazine."Belinda Hulin served as food editor of the "Florida Times-Union" for five years and is a recipient of several Association of Food Journalist awards. Jennifer Malott Kotylo is a freelance writer, editor, and marketing consultant, who has served as the treasurer of the Chicago Chapter of the American Institute of Wine & Food.
Published March 13, 2007 by Adams Media. 324 pages
Genres: Self Help, Cooking. Non-fiction

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