Charming, lovable, and a brilliant chefthat’s Tina! Sweden’s very own master chef, Tina Nordström, is here to stay with this lavish and delightful cookbook. Forget all the do’s and don’ts that take the fun out of cooking. Perfectionism isn’t a word that exists in Tina’s kitchen, and you certainly don’t need a fancy set of kitchen utensils, unlimited time, or rare ingredients to prepare amazing food with this cookbook.
Here’s a small taste of her recipes:
Salmon with warm grapes and capers Roast beef with baked tomatoes and béarnaise sauce Tina’s au gratin potatoes Grilled watermelon and peanut sauce Lemon Meringue pie
Tina opens the door into her kitchen and shares more than two hundred of her favorite dishes. She provides plenty of her tried-and-true tips, shortcuts, and suggestions for expanding your kitchen wisdom and culinary know-how. Using Tina’s simple methods, you can transform one dish into a flavorful variant, reinvent family classics for a new kind of taco night, and jazz up the week’s leftovers with a dash of spice and some fresh new ingredients.
This is a book that should be dog-eared and stained with spaghetti sauce, marked up with notes, and covered with floury thumbprints. It’s a book to be loved, pored over, used, and used again. Once you get started cooking with Tina Nordström, you’ll want to live in your kitchen!
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