Tina Nordström?s Scandinavian Cooking
Simple Recipes for Home-Style Scandinavian Cuisine
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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. It’s a book to dip into, cook from, spill on, and keep forever. Forget all the dos” 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, unlimited time, or exclusive ingredients to succeed.
Tina: Simple Recipes for Home-style Scandinavian Cuisine is 384 pages of culinary delight. Here’s a small taste of her homemade recipes:
Roast beef with baked tomatoes and béarnaise sauce
Salmon with Warm Grapes and Capers
Tina’s Au Gratin Potatoes
Grilled Watermelon and Peanut Sauce
Lemon Meringue Pie
And many more delicious eats
Tina opens the door into her kitchen and shares no fewer than two hundred of her favorite dishes. She also provides plenty of tips, shortcuts, and suggestions. Using Tina’s simple methods, you can transform one dish into another, turning a basic recipe for minced meat into Swedish, Italian, or Greek meatballs! Once you get started cooking with Tina Nordström, you’ll never want to leave your kitchen!
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