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A New Way to Cook


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A New Way to Cook offers a revolutionary approach to everyday cooking, with vividly flavored dishes that satisfy our passion for great food and our desire for balance in the way we eat. What makes Schneider’s 600 recipes such standouts is that they are healthful, yet use all the ingredients we love, such as butter, cream, and bacon. Whether they’re quintessential American favorites such as macaroni and cheese, rosemary buttermilk biscuits, and chocolate malted pudding, or Italian polentas, risottos, focaccia, and pastas, or Asian cold sesame noodles or curry–crusted shrimp, you can count on the dish being better-tasting than the traditional, and better for you.

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