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Three-Ingredient Recipes Are the Ultimate In Frugal Living

Three-Ingredient Recipes Are the Ultimate In Frugal Living

“Best of Cooking with 3 Ingredients” by bestselling author Ruthie Wornall promises to bring families back to the dinner table with more than 800 recipes with just three ingredients each.

HIGHLAND VILLAGE, TX (PRWEB) June 22, 2005

“Best of Cooking with 3 Ingredients” by bestselling author Ruthie Wornall promises to bring families back to the dinner table with more than 800 recipes with just three ingredients each.

“This cookbook is foolproof and family-tested,” Cookbook Resources president Sheryn Jones said. “With three-ingredient recipes, even the busiest families can enjoy a ‘sit-down’ meal that is healthier and less expensive than traditional fast food.”

Bestselling author Ruthie Wornall provides surprising variety with recipes such as Herbed Pork Tenderloin, Texas Brisket, Mock Filet Mignon, Miracle Peanut Butter Cookies, Breakfast Casserole, Sausage and Apples, Spinach Orange Salad, Microwave Fudge, Lemon Jell-O Cake, Mrs. TrumanÂ’s Coconut Balls and more.

Recipes call for common ingredients and include simple instructions, making them ideal for beginning cooks or anyone who needs to prepare good food in minimal time.

“This cookbook has already generated interest from some unexpected audiences,” Jones said. “I heard of a pediatrician who bought several copies for her office. She uses the book when she talks to parents about children’s nutritional needs.”

Best of Cooking with 3 Ingredients is part of a new cookbook series designed to help busy families and friends enjoy meals together. Other books in the series are Cooking with 5 Ingredients, The Ultimate Cooking with 4 Ingredients, Easy Healthy Cooking with 4 Ingredients and Easy Gourmet-Style Cooking with 5 Ingredients.

Best of Cooking with 3 Ingredients and other Cookbook Resources books are available online at www. CookbookResources. com, www. Amazon. com and www. booksamillion. com or by calling toll-free (866) 229-2665.

The Cookbook Resources site also features printer-friendly recipes, food columns and more.

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