One Pot

Martha Stewart Living. One Pot: From the Kitchens of Martha Stewart Living. New York: Clarkson Potter/ Publishers. 2014.

potFilled with elegant yet easy meals which can be made in one pot (skillet, slow cooker, stockpot, roasting pan or dutch oven), each two-page layout contains a recipe, directions, useful information and a finished picture. Arranged according to the pot required for use, One Pot is simple to use, easy on clean-up yet delivers delicious meals. One pot truly can do it all…

Wonderful! I appreciated the ease of use of the book as well as the satisfaction of creating a home-cooked meal easily. With clean-up being a snap, it allows less time in the kitchen…yeah! From fancy dinners (the recipes could be dressed up) to every night family meals, One Pot takes busyness to a more manageable level. With explanations of the various vessels, extra information on ingredients, realistic photographs, use of everyday food items and new pairings, I found this book to be priceless. My family couldn’t agree more as the many empty plates can attest!

5 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of One Pot from Blogging For Books for my honest review*


3 thoughts on “One Pot

  1. This sounds like a great cookbook. I love one-pot dinners. My hubby takes leftovers for lunch, so usually meals like this make enough for him to do that. I’ll have to check this book out!

    Who can complain about easy clean-up?

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