COOK LIKE A PRO

by Ina Garten

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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • It's 6:30 in the morning and I just finished bookmarking MOST of the recipes in Ina's new cookbook! Cook Like a Pro is fantastic, the photos are stunning and the recipes made my mouth water! I can't wait to start cooking!
    • If this is your first ina cookbook you would love it.But for me I do have her old books.I love ina but she keeps repeating her old recipes with a few changes.I wouldn’t recommend it
    • 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.
    • Have been cooking with Ina since the beginning -Her clear easy to follow recipes are a joy!
    • I am a huge fan of Ina Garten's and have every one of her cookbooks though some are much better than others. I think the last 3 or 4 cookbooks have been disappointing because she has either recycled many of her earlier recipes or she uses the recipes of other people with minor "tweeks" to make them her own. In this new book, she has "updated" her classic daiquiris to include Bacardi's gold rum, has recycled Morning Glory Muffins, Panna Cotta and more. If you like lamb and butternut squash, you will love this cookbook...she has lots of recipes with those ingredients. To be fair, there are several recipes I am going to try like Fried Chicken Sandwiches and Chocolate Loaf Cake. I think her first 6 cookbooks are brilliant but her last several cookbooks are feeling lazy and uninspired and I think this may be the worst of the bunch.