Thursday, October 15, 2015

Foodie Fest: One Dish, One Bowl, One Pot

Various cooking and baking utensils on shelf and hanging from rail. Photograph. Encyclop√¶dia Britannica ImageQuest. Web. 5 Sep 2015.
We don't know about you, but when we get home from a hard day at the library, we want our dinner to be simple and fast to make. That doesn't mean it has to be frozen or boil-in-a-bag or takeout, though!  Here are some cookbooks - there's even a baking book - of food you can make that won't have you cooking on all burners and cleaning up a mess of dishes afterwards. Enjoy a homecooked meal  without using every pot in the house!










One Pot of the Day by Kate McMillan

Salad as a Meal: Healthy Main-Dish Salads For Every Season by Patricia Wells 


For slow cooker recipes, try a search using the subject "electric cooking, slow" or the keyword "slow cook*" (an asterisk at the end of a word will search for all variations of the word beginning with cook - cooking, cooker, etc.).


Not a meal, but looks like fun:

One-Hour Cheese by Claudia Lucero
 

Links

The Story Behind the One-Pan, Nine-Minute Pasta Recipe That Took Over the Internet [Slate] 

Healthy one-pot recipes [BBC] 

One-Dish Wonders [Whole Foods Market]

How to Eat Healthy [President's Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition] 
  

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