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Review of "See Dad Cook : The Only Book a Guy Needs to Feed Family and Frie" by Wayne Brachman

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See Dad Cook : The Only Book a Guy Needs to Feed Family and Frie
by Wayne Brachman

Clarkson Potter

$16.95 Suggested Retail Price

Here is a paperback cookbook that is written by a man especially for men. It might be the only book that a guy will ever need if he is inclined toward the kitchen whether through desire or necessity. Dads can no longer be clueless about putting a really tasty meal on the table or in the lunch sack. Today it is really OK for Dads to cook.

The author is a professional chef and a father of two. There are recipes for Scrambled Eggs and Fried Eggs to begin your day. This all makes sense because many men canít cook these dishes and here are the simple and clear instructions. You can make good Sloppy Joes and excellent Tacos. Perhaps even roast a chicken. Why not? You get the clear and simple instruction to turn these dishes out All kinds of veggies are included among Dadís new skills and for dessert there are Brownies and something called ďa Kitchen Sink SundayĒ that sounds look like real fun and they will taste yummy.


Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our May, 2006 issue.



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