THE QUICK SIX FIX by Stuart O’Keeffe (March 2016)
Stuart O’Keeffe grew up in Ireland cooking alongside his mother and learning how to make fresh home-cooked meals made with more love than labor. By working efficiently, keeping the kitchen space clean and cooking with minimal yet flavorful ingredients, Stuart believes that anyone can make great meals fast—with just six key ingredients. A professional and celebrity chef, Stuart brings his philosophy to everyone’s kitchen in his first cookbook and includes helpful tips and reminders along the way. In THE QUICK SIX FIX, Stuart begins with the pantry essentials and tools readers will need to whip up a range of tasty dishes at a moment’s notice. Teaching readers how to make smart shortcuts, like pairing key store-bought items with homemade ingredients, Stuart demonstrates how to cut kitchen time, save money, and get out of the kitchen in thirty minutes or less.
Stuart believes that fewer ingredients afford higher quality. With an inventive menu and meal-planning sections filled with wholesome shareable dishes—plenty of vegetarian options too—plus more than seventy-five full color photos, THE QUICK SIX FIX is the must-have tool for creating easy-to-make, great-tasting dishes that are sure to wow the ones we love.
I do love cookbooks and here is one that makes making dinner a snap. The Quick Six Fix is great with 6 ingredients, 6 minutes prep and 6 minutes clean up. I found a number of great sounding recipes that I want to add to my meal plan. One of the recipes I think that sounds really good is the Chicken Breasts with basil lemon sauce – it is easy and only one skillet to make a meal what could be better?
I also like all the pictures in the book – the food looks great and are something I would make. I also like all the tips on making your time in the kitchen shorter! You can find The Quick Six Fix at your favorite book store or HERE.
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