One-Pan Cookbook for Men: 100 Easy Single-Skillet Recipes to Step Up Your Cooking Game (Paperback)

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100 Easy one-pan recipes guys can make for friends, family, or for themselves

Whether you are living in a bachelor pad or trying to feed a family, being able to whip together a delicious meal is something every guy should know how to do. However, a lack of time and kitchen know-how can make it tempting to reach for fast food instead. Luckily, One-Pan Cookbook for Men, one of the most helpful cookbooks for men, is here to prove that eating well for your wallet, waistline, and taste buds requires little more than a single skillet.

The possibilities for creating tasty meals in one pan are almost endless when you reach for one of most useful cookbooks for men. From Italian Sausage Strata and Super Nachos to Vegetable Stir-Fry, there's something for everyone. Discover the kitchen tools to keep handy, what foods to always keep in your pantry, and cooking shortcuts to save time.

This standout among cookbooks for men includes:

  • No stress, no mess--The recipes in this cookbook are fast, easy and tasty.
  • One-pan 101--Use simple advice and guidance to master the basics of cooking in this top choice among cookbooks for men.
  • Health conscious--The array of recipes are nutritious, and will help you take control of your health.

Go beyond other cookbooks for men, with recipes that are easy-to-make, healthy, and delicious.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781647397715
ISBN-10: 1647397715
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: November 24th, 2020
Pages: 172
Language: English

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