With This Cookbook, All the Ingredients Go In and Dinner Comes Out

With This Cookbook, All the Ingredients Go In and Dinner Comes Out

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Emma Christensen
Oct 7, 2014

The book: One Pot by Martha Stewart

The angle: Easy all-together-now meals for the skillet, slow cooker, Dutch oven, and pressure cooker

Recipes for right now: Chicken and Dumplings, Cajun Stew, Mushroom-Cheddar Frittata, Stir-fried Chicken with Bok Choy, Spiced Cod with Couscous, Stuffed Tomatoes, Tuscan Pork Roast, Easy Chickpea Curry, Cioppino

Who would enjoy this book? Busy cooks, folks cooking for a family.

Quick Facts

Who wrote it: Martha Stewart

Who published it: Clarkson Potter

Number of recipes: 120

Other highlights: With this cookbook, Martha Stewart expands the definition of the "pot." The pot can be any dish in your kitchen, from a roasting pan to the pressure cooker, as long as you can use it to make an entire meal in one go. Fancy! Each chapter of this book is devoted to a different one: Dutch oven, skillet, slow cooker, roasting pan and baking dish, pressure cooker, and stock pot. Among these, they cover the gamut — quick meals (think: stir fries and skillet pastas), slow-cooked dinners (think: chili and braised beef), and those that fall somewhere in the middle (think: pressure cooker curries and quick soups). There's a little something in here for everyone, however much time you have to cook or how many mouths you have to feed.

Find the book at your local library, independent bookstore, or Amazon: One Pot by Martha Stewart

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