It’s the one-pot meal reinvented, and what is sure to become every busy cook’s new favorite way of getting dinner on the table. It’s Sheet Pan Suppers—a breakthrough full-color cookbook with more than 120 recipes for complete meals, snacks, brunch, and even dessert, that require nothing more than a sheet pan, your oven, and Molly Gilbert’s inspired approach.
The virtue of cooking on a sheet pan is two-fold. First there’s the convenience of cooking everything together and having just one pan to clean up. Then there’s the cooking method—roasting, baking, or broiling—three techniques that intensify flavors; in other words, food tastes better when cooked on a sheet pan (move over, slow cooker). But the real genius here is Molly Gilbert’s fresh, sophisticated approach. There are easy dinners for weeknight meals—Chicken Legs with Fennel and Orange; Soy-Mustard Salmon and Broccoli; Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Squash, Apples, and Onions. Special occasion meals—Rack of Lamb with Herby Bread Crumbs and Buttered Carrots; Asparagus and Black Cod in Parchment. Meatless meals—Israeli Couscous-Stuffed Peppers. Plus surprise extras, including in-a-snap party snacks—Baked Brie and Strawberries, Corn and Crab Cakes with Yogurt Aioli; quick brunch dishes like Greens and Eggs and Ham, and Baked Apricot French Toast; and, of course, dessert—Stone Fruit Slab Pie, Halloween Candy S’mores.
Maximum ease, minimal cleanup, and mouthwatering recipes. In other words, a revelation that will change the way we cook.
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I bought this book on faith because it was on sale. I find that it is not up to the standards I expect from iBooks.
One of the reasons I stopped buying cookbooks in Kindle format from Amazon is because too many of them are just thrown together without a linked index.
Before purchasing, I always check Amazon to see if an eBook is an electronic version of a printed book, and I check the printed book’s preview to see what the index looks like.
The printed version of THIS book has a nice index. But having purchased the book from the iBook store, I find that there is absolutely NO index. I also find the formatting to be lacking in readability.
It is unfortunate that the iBooks store does not have a return policy like Amazon’s liberal policy. It prevents me from making lots of full-price purchases because so many cookbooks are a pig-in-a-poke…like this one.