CookBook Review - Mark Bittman's How to Cook Everything


Simple cooking! That is the thesis of Mark Bittman's cook book, How to cook everything. How to Cook everything has helped countless home cooks discover the pleasures of simple cooking. This book is priceless to anybody who enjoys cooking, rather it is in a professional setting or from home. 

In this cookbook one will discover new and old classic recipes that showcases the beauty of using mouthwatering, fresh ingredients. In How to cook everything, you will see simple techniques while using basic equipment. You will learn how to prepare delicious meals for every occasion. And feel great  while cooking.

The opening chapter offers invaluable new tips on basic kitchen equipment and techniques, alongside  a vegetarian section with more inspired meatless recipes. While following recipes from How to cook everything, I learned different techniques form fantastic recipes from every corner of the world.

How to Cook Everything is very User Friendly with graphs, and side bar recipe tips, with extra information about ,cooking technique, and  ingredients. Bittman also breaks the book down very clearly so that readers understand what they need to do, when to do it, how to do it, Bittman also describes in detail the different chapters and sub-chapters one may be on with a process he calls At-A-Glance coding. 


Publicizing Information 
Cook Book Name : How to Cook Everything
Hardcover: 1056 pages
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 2 edition (October 3, 2008)
Language: English

How to cook Everything  is a great must have book for any passionate food lover.  Get Your Copy Today!