It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook


It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook
The #1 New York Times bestselling cookbook that will help anyone make delectable, healthy meals in no time!

Gwyneth Paltrow is back to share more than 125 of her favorite recipes that can be made in the time it would take to order takeout (which often contains high quantities of fat, sugar, and processed ingredients). All the dishes are surprisingly tasty, with little or no sugar, fat, or gluten. From easy breakfasts to lazy suppers, this book has something for everybody. Yummy recipes include Chocolate Cinnamon Overnight Oats, Soft Polenta with Cherry Tomatoes, Chicken Enchiladas, Pita Bread Pizzas, Quick Sesame Noodles, and more! Plus, an innovative chapter for "on-the-go" meals (Moroccan Chicken Salad Wrap, Chopped Salad with Grilled Shrimp, and others) that you can take for lunch to work or school, to a picnic, or to eat while watching soccer practice!

Details It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook

Title It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook
AuthorGwyneth Paltrow
Release Date12th Apr 2016
PublisherGrand Central Life & Style
ISBN-101455584215
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Pages288 pages
Rating

5 reviews on “It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook

  1. Corie

    I found the beginning of the book to be a tad simple. I don’t need four pages covering avocado toast, for example. As the chapters went on, I found myself tagging more and more recipes. The beet chips, cauliflower tabbouleh, zucchini noodle pho, Indian creamed spinach, a lot of the salads, the collard wraps, the soup in a jar, there are about twenty recipes I have marked to try. I’m unsure what the previous poster meant when she said her grandchildren wouldn’t eat most of this book… My kids love zucchini noodles,Meatballs, meatloaf, chips, grilled cheese, tomato soup, overnight oats and so many more of these recipes! I tend to not eat grains, gluten or dairy- so there are actually more things for my kids here than myself! I also appreciate that although a few have dairy or gluten, there are simple substitutions. The chicken piccata for instance will be amazing with almond meal rather than breadcrumbs, and the Moroccan chicken wraps will be awesome in a lettuce wrap or over a bed of g…

  2. Jamie Hemken

    I’ve been a huge fan of Gwen’s other two cook books so I had high expectations when this one arrived. Unfortunately, this one just doesn’t hit the mark. There are maybe a handful of practical weeknight recipes for normal meat eating families with children, and the rest of the book is devoted to Asian inspired salads, and simple veggie dishes. There is a noticeable absence of protein and many recipe are really side dishes or appetizers. Additionally, the photos are less about the food and more about Gwen looking “natural” and healthy in various Parisian settings. Huge disappointment with not one single standout recipe….

  3. Emma

    I’ve been hugely excited for another cookbook from GP. I still reference It’s All Good multiple times a week, as I’ve done since I first got it, and I’ve been hoping for another volume in the same vein. I was even hoping for the weekly plans in the back – I actually use them for weekly meal planning, and they’re a great way to make the recipes more accessible – so I’m disappointed this book doesn’t include them. It’s All Easy is an unfortunate title. “Easy” is such a subjective term, and the approach just feels inconsistent and haphazard. I’ll be frank. The reason I love It’s All Good is that I want to be as thin and beautiful as GP, and do it as pleasantly as possible, through eating healthy and delicious food rather than starving on rice cakes. That’s her forte. I don’t think creating a life like GP’s is easy, and I think it was misguided to pretend it is. There are plenty of recipes in here that look good, and I hope I’ll get around to trying a lot of them. But I fear this book doe…

  4. Customer

    As a fan of Gwyneth’s previous 2 cookbooks, this cookbook is a major disappointment. It is a weak attempt to inspire the busy home cook. Although it is a beautiful looking book with an abundance of Asian-influenced dishes, the recipes are lackluster and simplistic. I’ve made a handful of the recipes…nothing special or particularly easy. I don’t even like the way the recipes are categorized. I wouldn’t serve most of these dishes to my family or company; too many unappealing and esoteric ingredients. The recipes in this book do not have the fresh, healthy and original vibe of “It’s All Good”, which I use on a regular basis with great success….

  5. Jennifer Bardsley

    I consider myself an adventurous cook, and I’m willing to spend extra money on high quality ingredients. That being said, I have mixed feelings about “It’s All Easy.” It has a lot of recipes that are quite trendy right now, like cauliflower mac ‘n’ cheese, and several menus with zucchini noodles.I could see how a Standard American Diet cook would be like “What the what?” I am not like that. I have a spiralizer, a Vitamix, and a Whole Foods down the street. Still there was something about this cookbook that was off-putting about this cookbook.The contrast between the title “It’s All Easy,” and all of the specialty ingredients I had to hunt down to be able to prepare the meals was irritating. What is Manuka honey? Will regular hone work? I still don’t understand what Pissaladiere Socca is. Saying that this cookbook is easy is insulting to all the home chefs like me who have worked our tail off to be familiar with the unusual recipes that the book includes. A bette…

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