Inspiring meals for the time-crunched cook from Curtis Stone's new book.
Curtis Stone, the host of the Food Network Canada's Top Chef helps home cooks solve dinner dilemmas with What's For Dinner? The book offers recipes grouped by day of the week, whether it's Time-Saving Tuesdays, One-Pot Wednesdays, Thrifty Thursdays or Family Supper Sundays. An additional eighth section called Something Sweet satisfies dessert lovers. Stone's new focuses on fast, simple and budget-friendly ideas for the time-crunched cooks tackling the dilmma of what to whip up at the end of a day with 130 recipes that don't rely on fancy ingredients or special equipment. Feed friends with recipes such as Asian Crab Cakes with Mango Chutney, or try a budget-friendly Thrifty Thursday suggestion of Sliders with Red Onion Marmalade. Sample his Pan-fried Snapper With Fennel & Salsa Verde shown above.
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