Sunday, December 18, 2011

The "What's For Dinner?" Solution

Leave a comment on any blog from December 1st until the 19th to be entered in for the Christmas drawing. Details on my author page on facebook - Author Laura V. Hilton *Please note: the book review following is not a part of this giveaway.*

Author: Kathi Lipp
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
October 2011
ISBN: 978-0-7369-3837-2
Genre: Woman’s issues/cooking

“What’s for dinner?” It’s four o’clock. You’re on your way home from work. Do you know where your dinner is?

For many people, dread turns into panic when four o’clock comes around. They don’t have anything planned, forgot to set out meet to defrost, and don’t remember what they have in their refrigerator or pantry. So they make an emergency stop at a fast food restaurant or at the grocery store and try to plan something edible real fast.

Sound familiar?

In THE “WHAT’S FOR DINNER?” SOLUTION, Ms. Lipp provides a full kitchen approach to getting dinner on the table every night. She will teach you how to:

. save time—with bulk shopping and cooking
. save money—no more last-minute phone calls for pizza delivery or take-out
. save your sanity—forget the last-minute nightly scramble and know what you’re having for dinner.

This book includes directions on organizing your kitchen and recipes, foods that you must keep as staples in your pantry, food that she recommends buying canned, and a plan for you to organize your menu for a month in advance so you can shop weekly or monthly and only pick up perishables such as milk more often if needed.

Included in THE “WHAT’S FOR DINNER?” SOLUTION are recipes that are quick and easy, directions for prepping other meals in advance, and tips on using a slow cooker, freezer, and pantry. Highly recommended for a busy working woman, a mom of preschoolers, or someone who just hates to cook every day. $12.99. 208 pages.

1 comment:

Barbara Shelton said...

Uh oh, surprise...can't believe I'm the first to post on this helpful book. This seems to be a book I can use. My husband has been my caregiver and cook for 12 years....and I've done very little in the kitchen. Following two successful surgeries this summer, I'm finally walking again and can spend some time on my feet. I'm sharing the kitchen with my husband...and need the tips on mmeal planning, but most of all organization skills.....I CAN'T FIND ANYTHING!!! LOL Thank you for this interesting giveaway and the chance to win it.

Barb Shelton
barbjan10 at tx dot rr dot com