What's for Dinner?

What's for Dinner? : Delicious Recipes for a Busy Life

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Curtis Stone, host of Arena's hugely popular Top Chef Masters and the Discovery Channel's Around the World in 80 Plates, provides a culinary road map of time-saving kitchen solutions and delicious dishes for every day of the week. We're all busy. We can all appreciate using a recipe that we know will cut down on time, expense and even dishes. Curtis Stone maintains that the first step to ensuring a successful meal is to achieve confidence in the kitchen, and so this classically trained, world-renowned, celebrity chef has provided home cooks of all levels with 130 effortless, but inspired, fail-proof recipes that showcase ingredients and can be cooked quickly on any night of the week. He also provides dozens of notes on techniques, tricks and shortcuts that will make home cooking a fun and flavoursome experience for the whole family. Curtis's philosophy is cook, create, celebrate - and these dishes do just that.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 210 x 261 x 23mm | 1,158g
  • Random House Australia
  • Ebury Australia
  • Ferntree Gully, VIC, Australia
  • 1742758924
  • 9781742758923
  • 621,645

About Curtis Stone

Curtis Stone is an internationally known chef, award-winning restaurateur, TV host, and New York Times bestselling author. Born in Melbourne, Curtis first found his passion for food while watching his grandmother, Maude, make her legendary fudge. After completing culinary school, he took a job at the Savoy Hotel in Melbourne before heading to London, where he honed his skills under legendary three-star Michelin genius, Marco Pierre White. While living in London, Curtis appeared in several UK cooking shows before catching the eye of television producers in Australia and the US. Curtis hosts and appears on numerous primetime television shows, including his most recent project as mentor on Food Network's hit show All-Star Academy. Coming full circle, Curtis opened his first solo restaurant Maude (named after his grandmother) in Beverly Hills in February 2014, which has received rave reviews from the James Beard Foundation (Best New Restaurant semifinalist), TIME, Travel + Leisure (lists Maude as one of the best new restaurants in the world), Eater LA (2014's Restaurant of the Year), LA Weekly (2014's Best New Restaurant), LA Magazine (4 out o

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