What's Gaby Cooking: Take It Easy
Recipes for Zero Stress Deliciousness
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- Publication Date: September 27, 2022
- Imprint: Abrams Books
- ISBN: 9781647005337
- Page Count: 240
- Illustrations: 125 color photographs
- Rights: North America
New York Times Bestseller
Bestselling author Gaby Dalkin is back with What's Gaby Cooking: Take It Easy, sharing 100 recipes that put ease, flavor, and adaptability first
In her new book, Gaby Dalkin returns with her signature approach: Enjoy your life by eating the food you love. But this time around, she also emphasizes a no-fuss attitude. What's Gaby Cooking: Take It Easy offers 100 new delicious and stress-free recipes, suited for any and all occasions.
Everything we cook right now—whether it’s for a potluck picnic with friends or a solo night in binge-watching reality TV—needs to be crazy simple, easily pulled together from those lasting pantry items, still shockingly delicious at room temperature, and not requiring that one random ingredient you drove 45 minutes to get and will never use again. We want food that tastes like it took hours to prepare but doesn’t actually require anything too exact. Give us the forgiving recipes: Out of shallots? Try an onion. The more fail-proof, the better. If this low-maintenance approach sounds like your kinda thing, Dalkin has got your back. With 100 easy ideas for dishes to serve wherever you go (or don't go!), make-ahead dressings and sauces for lazy last-minute dinners, and of course—give the people what they want!—big, crunchy, fresh salads and rich, chocolatey, you’re-in-sweatpants-anyway desserts, Take It Easy is Dalkin’s first book bringing her tasty, crowd-pleasing concepts to quicker, simpler meals.
About the author
Gaby Dalkin is a cookbook author, private chef, entrepreneur, and food and lifestyle writer. Her website, What’s Gaby Cooking, founded in 2009, has established her as the go-to girl for all things California. Dalkin and her site have been profiled in national outlets such as People, Wired, Glamour, The New Yorker, Better Homes and Gardens, Williams-Sonoma, the Los Angeles Times, and more. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Thomas.