One dish. A few simple supermarket ingredients. That's all it takes for the Dinner Doctor® to work her magic. Here, beloved author Anne Byrn offers twenty inventive recipes for easy-to-make, delicious one-dish comfort foods you can put together in fifteen minutes or less, and then plop in the oven. Fancy a Parmesan Chicken and Biscuit Pie tonight? All you’ll need is a rotisserie chicken, a bag of frozen vegetables, cream, frozen biscuits, and some pre-grated Parmesan cheese—and dinner is served. Note: Comfort Foods from the Dinner Doctor is an excerpt from Anne Byrn’s bestselling The Dinner Doctor. The Dinner Doctor is a registered trademark of Anne Byrn.
A War Diary of Events in the War of the Great Rebellion
This is a record of "only those battles and events of the War of the Great Rebellion" in which the author himself was personally engaged. It is a fascinating first-person account of life in the army during the Civil War.
The doctor's back, and now she's curing dinner woes Anne Byrn, the award-winning food writer and author of The Cake Mix Doctor and Chocolate from the Cake Mix Doctor, together with over 1.6 million copies in print, does for dinner what she did for dessert--shows how to take common, convenient supermarket ingredients and turn them into meals that taste like they're made from scratch. Making excellent use of the Crock-Pot and other labor-saving appliances, incorporating hundreds of shortcuts and tips, and cooking from a pantry of prepared foods--whether canned, frozen, jarred, dried, or fresh from the salad bar--the Dinner Doctor shows how to make over 200 fast and kid-friendly appetizers, salads, soups, sides, and main courses. Take, for example, a can of tuna, and think outside the sandwich: Add beans, tomato, and a viaigrette, and it becomes a Tuscan Tuna and White Bean Salad. Turn that healthy mixture into a pasta salad with the addition of cooked penne. And make a speedy pasta supper by tossing the salad with sauteed zucchini and a generous shower of shredded Parmesan. Or, whip up a Tuna Noodle Casserole like mom used to make--but faster and healthier--by lightening the traditional cream of mushroom soup with lemon juice and lowfat milk and using precooked pasta and frozen peas. There are dozens of ways to doctor delicounter basics into stunning hors d'oeuvres. Five quick casserole toppers. Five zippy garlic breads and 30 ways to dress up frozen peas and frozen spinach. And the 15s--15 cold pasta sauces, 15 ways to doctor deli chicken, 15 meals made from summer tomatoes, and more.