Home Cooking and Diets

Katie Lee's Easy-Breezy Eats: Quick & Healthy Recipes from the Endless Summer Cookbook


English | 10 Apr. 2018 | ISBN: 141973105X | 224 Pages | EPUB | 61.46 MB

Katie Lee's Easy-Breezy Eats zeroes in on exactly the way we want to eat in the summer and all season long. Host of both The Kitchen and Beach Bites, Katie shows readers how to maximize the flavors of summer's tastiest dishes without spending too much time on cooking or prep. Simple?Cand perfect with a glass of rose?CKatie's food captures the look, feel, and tastes of summertime.

The book is filled with recipes that capture the refreshing and relaxing season: Included are lobster Reuben sandwiches, cornbread panzanella, peach blueberry cobbler, grilled pizza, steak tacos served with avocado and fresh cilantro, honeydew margaritas, and much, much more. Katie also offers ideas for wine pairing and easy entertaining. Easy-Breezy Eats?Cwith its stunning photography and fresh, easy recipes?Cbrings to mind the ultimate summer fantasy: the picturesque South Fork beaches, surfers, farm stands, ripe strawberries, and poolside splashing.


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