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  • In the Small Kitchen

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In the Small Kitchen

100 Recipes from Our Year of Cooking in the Real World

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It’s hard to forget your first apartment — its cramped closets, one too many roommates, and oh-so-tiny kitchen — or the first entry-level job, vibrant but hectic social life, and newfound independence that come with it.

For Cara Eisenpress and Phoebe Lapine, that first small kitchen was a blessing in disguise, a haven from adulthood’s worries and thrills. In the Small Kitchen, inspired by their popular website Big Girls, Small Kitchen, is their debut cookbook, filled with more than 100 delicious recipes for cooking and entertaining within the constraints of a twentysomething life.

Whether you’re packing Pesto Chicken Salad Sandwiches for a cubicle picnic, staying in with a cup of Workweek Tomato Soup and Cara’s Classic Gooey Grilled Cheese, whipping up Three Onion Dip and Pimm’s Cup for a cocktail party, or making Shrimp Risotto with Sweet Peas and Leeks to impress a special dinner date, Eisenpress and Lapine will show you how to stretch your imagination and your pocketbook to get the most out of your small kitchen without sacrificing the flavor or fun of savoring a good meal.

In the Small Kitchen will get a new generation into the habit of cooking and make your kitchen a place everyone wants to be.

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1. by Virginia Adams on Dec 26, 2013 at 3:35 AM PST

Kitchen doesn’t matter weather small or big should be fresh and clean.

Take a look here

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