• Robin to the Rescue



Robin to the Rescue

Quick and Simple Recipes for Delicious Home Cooking


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Packed with more than 200 easy-to-prepare dishes, Robin to the Rescue will become your go-to cookbook for getting fresh, delicious meals on the table in no time.

Because Robin Miller realizes that your schedule is busy in a different way every day, each recipe offers strategies for customizing it to your particular needs. For example, Italian Braised Beef over Egg Noodles takes only 35 minutes to make from scratch. But if you turn it into a Meal Kit (pre-cook the noodles, beef, and vegetables in advance on a day when you have more time), you can have dinner on the table in 7 minutes. Or, if you’re going to be out of the house all day, you can throw all the ingredients in the slow cooker in the morning and come home to the tantalizing aroma of dinner ready to be served.

Miller’s recipes are endlessly versatile. In addition to Meal Kit and Slow Cooker options, many of her recipes can be doubled and frozen for home-cooked meals ready in minutes straight from the freezer, or can be doubled and used to make completely different meals for later in the week. (Throw in an extra tenderloin when you make Roasted Turkey Tenderloin with New Potatoes and Tarragon Broth, and you’ve got a jump start on enjoying Turkey Tetrazzini with Green Peas.)

No matter what your schedule, with Robin to the Rescue there’s always time for dinner.

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