by Ina Garten

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  • @MKLOOMIS How about something tangential? I was thinking of learning how to plate food like a pro and getting a pre…
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  • In new book, celebrity chef Ina Garten shares how to Cook Like a Pro
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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • There were very few recipes from Ina Garten's last book that I would ever use. Her other cook books were great. Afterafter having a chance at a book store to take a peek at Ina's new book I decided not to buy it.
    • I am returning this book. It is on the other end of the scale compared to her first books. There is nothing here that inspired me one bit. Not sure what happened. I still think she is one of the best out there,just not this book.
    • Love Ina! This book is the best. She never disappoints. People who go on and on in reviews complaining must really like hearing themselves and really don’t spend much time cooking. This book is fantastic. Put together with Ina’s usually thought and consideration, it is a joy to read and to cook from.
    • She taught me how to cook, for heaven’s sake! I will say, however, that when taken as a whole, these recipes are a departure from what she’s written about in the past. Maybe that bothers people. Even so, there was a run on Creme Fraiche at my FL grocery today. The woman in dairy was puzzled, and I had to laugh. She said at least 5 people had asked for Creme Fraiche today. Thank you for tonight’s great dinner and tomorrow’s Dijon chicken dinner, Ina.
    • I flipped through this at the bookstore. Very uninspiring. Recipes nothing special. Ina cranks out too many books, always close to the holidays to boost sales. A real cookbook author and chef would take years to develop new dishes and test them before publishing them. Ina is not doing that. The recipes in this book are simplistic and the collection of recipes seems to lack cohesion.