COOK LIKE A PRO

by Ina Garten

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  • JUST ANNOUNCED 📣 @InaGarten , host of the #BarefootContessa, joins us February 5th for some Q&A, an inside look at… https://t.co/LwIny1H4Qf
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  • In new book, celebrity chef Ina Garten shares how to Cook Like a Pro https://t.co/lrRz5JOwO9 #food #healthyeating
  • In her newest book, @InaGarten reveals the most challenging dish she's ever made: https://t.co/zihI0ToOuJ https://t.co/kJx2HUqeUG
  • Cookbook Club alert!!! Join me tonight at the Williams Sonoma in Palm Beach Gardens as we celebrate Ina’s new book… https://t.co/4ecqfMKXaE
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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • Ina is all about friends, food, style and butter. I love her. I treasure and use all her cookbooks. I found plenty of new inspiration for myself and a Christmas gift for a granddaughter who's just learning to cook. Oh, and not a political word in the book - that was in a TV interview. Lighten up!
    • The full variety of recipes, full page photos!, And typical for Ina Garten the recipes are unique and sound delicious!I had read that this recipe book was not up to par with Ina’s previous books and the selected recipes were nothing special.Not true the recipes look fabulous. I bought this book snd I’m “Happy”C. Eitnier
    • I have all of Ina Garten cookbooks and I love her recipes, but this was a big disappointment I actually am going to return
    • I've made three recipes from this book within the first week of having it, and they have all been delicious. The book is almost worthy of "coffee table" status just for the amazing photos. I do agree that some the recipes are very similar to others from previous "Barefoot Contessa" books. However, the directions are clear, the recipes are not difficult to make, and the end results are very satisfying. I don't have the budget for 3 pound filet of beef or lobster regularly, so it will be a while before I get around to trying some of the more "upscale" recipes, but I look forward to trying them for a special occassion.
    • What a let-down. The book is full of basic, uninspired recipes for basic things: chicken stock, panna cotta, etc. Basic recipes that have already been mastered by many other chefs. There are no “pro tips and tricks” included in the book. The few exciting recipes have already been released online to promote the book. A good handful aren’t even her recipes. Totally disappointing and I’ll think twice before pre-ordering her next book.