The ABC television show, "The Chew" releases a cookbook of 100 easy recipes intended for busy cooks who need to get dinner on the table with "The Chew: What's For Dinner" edited by Peter Kaminsky and Ashley Archer.
There's "Quick and Easy Meals to Make on Busy Weeknights" like Salami and Egg Sandwich, Chili Salmon with Mango Cucumber Salsa and Grilled Skirt Steak with Cauliflower Hash.
There's "Breakfast + Dinner = Brinner" recipes like Bacon Pancakes with Maple Bourbon Butter and Heirloom Tomato and Ricotta Tart.
In "Sweet Treats for the Middle of the Week" there's recipes for Potato Chip Cookies, Banana Almond Gelato and Grilled Peaches with Rosemary.
There's a menu for "Pizza Night" including recipes for dough and different toppings, as well as Cake Pops for dessert.
"Friday Night Cocktail Party" has recipes for drinks as well as snacks like Pumpkin Fritters, Spicy Lamb Meatballs with Cucumber Dip and Baked Brie Bites.
"Party Like It's Your Birthday" has recipes and a menu for a celebration with dishes like Steak House Bacon With Grilled Spring Onions, Fail-Safe Prime Rib, Onion Flower Power, Creamed Spinach and Bostom Cream Pie.
"Partying With the Kids" has a menu and recipes for kid-friendly fare like Sloppy Joes, Mock Chicken, Homemade Twinkies and Peach Maple Sherbet Sandwiches.
"Saturday Night Specials" include recipes for Bruschetta with Peas and Ricotta, Double-Cut Pork Chops with Corn and Jalapeno Salad, Beef Tenderloin with Pomegranate Fennel Salad and Pear Tarte Tatin.
"Date Night" recipes in the menu include Grilled Corn Soup with Basil and Feta, Lobster Thermidor and Mango Bonbons.
"Sunday Sit-Downs" include comfort foods like Daisy's Chicken and Dumplings, Roast Chicken with Salsa Verde and Creamy Potatoes, Cheesy Bacon, Butternut Squash Mac N' Cheese Casserole and Cranberry-Apple Cobbler.
I made two quick fixes one week, Pasta Fagoli and Angel Hair Caprese. Pasta Fagoli is a soup with pasta and beans inside, and was a very quick fix, around 30 minutes. It was really good on a cold evening. Angel Hair Caprese was pasta with a light olive oil and garlic sauce with fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and parmeasan cheese topping it.
It was light but very filling. Both recipes went over well with my family and were simple to prep and clean up!
"The Chew: What's For Dinner" is published by Hyperion. It is $19.99.
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