Emeril 20-40-60

  • Long day at the office? In a hurry to get the kids to soccer practice? Hungry for more than just a sandwich? With Emeril 20-40-60, even if you're short on time, you don't have to sacrifice getting a freshly prepared, satisfying meal on the table. Divided into three sections, this brand-new cookbook is Emeril's first ever to organize mouthwatering home-cooked meals according to time. You'll find recipes you can make in 20 minutes or less, 40 minutes or less, or around 60 minutes, so now you can make the meals you want in the time you have.

    How about Orange, Walnut, and Goat Cheese Salad (19 minutes) or Spicy Pork Wraps with Creamy Coleslaw (26 minutes)? If you're really in a hurry, you can whip up the Simple Italian Wedding Soup (11 minutes). If you have more time to spare, try the Shrimp and Zucchini Fritters (35 minutes) or splurge on the Pork Loin with Apples and Prunes (60 minutes).

    Finally, here is a cookbook designed to help you make cooking a part of your busy life. Whatever the amount of time you have, there's a delicious recipe in Emeril 20-40-60 that will fit your schedule.

  • Emeril 20-40-60: Fresh Food Fast

    By Emeril Lagasse

    Paperback: 272 pages

  • Taking a cue from Rachael Ray, popular chef and television personality Lagasse (Emeril at the Grill, Emeril's New Orleans Cooking, etc.) presents a solid collection of favorites grouped by preparation time. Cooks opting for the 20 minute option have the most dishes to choose from, but Lagasse offers ideas for starters, mains and desserts in all three time frames. Fans will recognize a number of favorites here-Fish En Papillote, Bruschetta, Pasta Primavera, Steak Au Poivre-as well as new dishes sure to agree with families, including Fettucine with Peas and Ham and a simple but delicious BLT with avocado and basil mayo. Legasse includes a smattering of the Creole and Cajun dishes he's known for (an Italian po-boy dressed with Louisiana hot sauce mayo, Shrimp Etouffe, Trout a La Meuniere, a riff on Bananas Foster), but there are just as many comfort food standards like Sloppy Joes, wings, and macaroni and cheese as palate-pushing entrees. Aside from a few surprises, Lagasse keeps distractions to a minimum, focusing on recipes that are sure to resonate with fans: reliable, everyday dishes that highlight flavor, not flair. 
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