The I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook: 150 Cheap and Easy Gourmet Recipes (Unofficial Trader Joe's Cookbooks) (Paperback)

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Make delicious meals with your favorite Trader Joe's® products all from the comfort of your dorm room with this college cookbook packed with recipes for low-carb lunches, easy-to-make dinners, late-night snacks, and more.

Tired of fast food and frozen pizza? Hate the crap from the dining hall? Have only a microwave in your dorm room? No problem. You can still make awesome meals!

Even if you’ve never cooked before, this book shows how quick and easy it is to turn Trader Joe’s tasty and affordable groceries into delicious dishes:

• Pulled Pork Sandwiches
• Fish Tacos
• Sweet Chili Wings
• Homemade Pizza
• Chicken Masala
• Pad Thai
• Eggplant Lasagna
• Raspberry Brownies
• Greek Pasta Salad
• Tortilla Soup
• Caramel Popcorn


These recipes are super easy to make, and you don’t need a bunch of pots and pans. Best of all, since every ingredient in every recipe is available at Trader Joe’s, you can get all your shopping done with one quick stop.

TRADER JOE’S® is a registered trademark of Trader Joe’s® Company and is used here for informational purposes only. This book is independently authored and published and is not affiliated or associated with Trader Joe's® Company in any way. Trader Joe’s® Company does not authorize, sponsor, or endorse this book or any of the information contained herein.

About the Author


Andrea Lynn graduated from New York City's Institute of Culinary Education and is now a professional chef and food writer.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781569759356
ISBN-10: 1569759359
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication Date: June 7th, 2011
Pages: 180
Language: English
Series: Unofficial Trader Joe's Cookbooks

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