|Subject:||Cooking & Gardening||Publisher:||Penguin Canada|
|Published:||February 5th 2019||Pages:||280|
Take the guesswork out of mealtime with over 100 essential, simple, and tasty one-pot and one-pan creations.
Sometimes it feels impossible to get a home-cooked meal on the table. Between preparing the ingredients, following elaborate directions, and cleaning up the mess of pots and pans, feeding your family or hosting friends can feel like more effort than it's worth. Fortunately, there's a satisfying solution to help make stress-free, mess-free, and tasty meals a reality: one-pot cooking. Using one of six cooking vessels--skillet, sheet pan, Dutch oven, baking pan, roasting pan, and casserole dish--with Jan Scott's effortless recipes, you can bring a complete dish to the table using easy-to-find ingredients and a variety of foolproof techniques. Preparing food in one pot not only saves time, both in the prep and post-meal clean up, but these recipes are flexible and endlessly adaptable too.
This collection of practical recipes, including Overnight French Toast Casserole, Barbecue Chicken Chili with Cornbread Dumplings, and Cherry Tomato and White Bean Skillet Bruschetta, brings ease, comfort, and bold flavour to everyday cooking. Whether you're braising Perfect Saucy Pulled Pork in a Dutch oven or whipping up Salted Chocolate Tahini Skillet Blondies, Oven to Table will reveal the wide-ranging versatility of just a few pieces of cookware. With dishes leaping from stove to centerpiece, Jan's wholesome recipes will streamline your kitchen routine and nourish your family and friends.
JAN SCOTT is a food writer and the creator of Family Bites, a blog devoted to no-fuss, family recipes and easy entertaining and party ideas. She is the food editor for The SavvyMom Group and has had essays and articles published in The Toronto Star, Canadian Family and What's Up: Canada's Family Magazine. She co-authored the cookbook Gatherings, which was nominated for a Taste Canada award in 2015. Prior to food writing, she worked for a private catering company for eight years. She lives in Toronto with her husband Rob, and their three sons.