Penguin Random House
By Joy Manning
Expert cooking tips and timeless kitchen wisdom make this culinary how-to handbook a must-have for home cooks of all skill levels.
You don’t need expensive gadgets, cutting-edge cutlery, or a rack of exotic spices to be a great cook. You just need the timeless wisdom found in Stuff Every Cook Should Know. You’ll learn
• How to Care for Cast Iron
• How to Sharpen a Knife
• How to Reduce Waste
• How to Make Meals Ahead
Plus measurement conversions, kitchen organizing tips, basic knife cuts, how to stop onions from making you cry, and much more. Now you’re cooking!
Published by Quirk Books
Oct 25, 2016 | 144 Pages | 3-1/2 x 5-3/4 | ISBN 9781594749360
“This little red book by Joy Manning is filled with so many helpful tips and reminders, that it should be permanently stationed on the kitchen counter. It is perfect for anyone starting to get serious about cooking and even the littles ones as they start to help and are eager to learn.”—Cuisine Noir
“What keeps this book feeling fresh and relevant is that Manning is aware of modern trends like grabbing recipes from the Web and dinner party planning around allergens…Stuff Every Cook Should Know would be a great gift for somebody with a first apartment and is also a useful a reference guide for many of us across life experiences.”—Geekadelphia
“A perfect guidebook for those who find the kitchen a confusing place.”—NJ.com