Fritschner's Express Lane Cookbook (LJ 4/15/95) offered lots of speedy recipes for busy family cooks. Now she's cooking express vegetarian meals for her husband and kids, again using no more than ten ingredients, available in most supermarkets, for each dish. She has a nice style, and she offers lots of tips and time-saving ideas. The recipes don't seem quite as fresh and interesting as those in the last book, but hurried cooks who want to serve their families a vegetarian diet at least some of the time should appreciate Fritschner's latest contribution. Thompson's recipes, on the other hand, often call for a dozen ingredients or more, some of which will require a trip to an ethnic or specialty market. However, they are more imaginative than Fritschner's and should appeal to vegetarians and nonvegetarians alike. Thompson loves chilies and curries (Jump Up and Kiss Me is the name of her line of hot sauces and other food products), but "spicy" doesn't mean that all of her recipes are hot, just that they are thoughtfully seasoned. Among the recipes included here are Green Papaya Salad, Pasta Gratin with Mustard Greens, Spanish-Style Mushrooms in Green Sauce. Recommended for most collections. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"Lots of tips and time-saving ideas" ( Library Journal )
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