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Whether they're parents, married without kids, or single, most people want to do better at mealtimethey want to put good, nutritious food on the table, they're looking for a more diverse repertoire of dishes to prepare, and they'd like to enjoy the process more. The problem is they don't believe they have the time or ability to do it night after night. But it can be done, and Keeperswill show them how. Drawing from two decades of trial-and-error in their own kitchens, as well as working alongside savvy chefs and talented home cooks, Campion and Brennan offer 120 appealing, satisfying recipes ideal for weeknight meals. There's an array of master recipes for classic dishes (pot pie, schnitzel, and stroganoff) with options for substitutions; updated old favorites (Italian wedding soup and fish fingers); one-pot meals (lentil and chorizo soup); "international" dishes (coconut chicken curry, cheesy black bean enchiladas); super-fast ones (shrimp with orange chipotle sauce); and others that reheat well (chile-glazed meatloaf) or can be cooked in individual portions (herbed salmon in foil packets). Along with timeless recipes, Keepersis filled with invaluable tips on meal planning and preparation, all presented in an entertaining, encouraging, and empathetic style. Keepersgives cooks all of the tools they need to become more efficient, confident, and creative in the kitchen. It will help them survive the Monday-to-Friday dinner rush with their sanity and kitchens intact, and to also have some fun along the way.
Kathy Brennan is a freelance editor and writer. A winner of the Bert Greene and James Beard Journalism Awards, she was a long-time editor at Saveur, and also worked at Gourmet and Food Arts.
Caroline Campion is a contributing editor at Glamour magazine and the creator of the award-winning food blog www.DevilAndEgg.com. She was also an editor at Good Housekeeping, GQ, and Saveur.