CHANNILLO
Let's Cook This! Simple Recipes For Anytime
By Debbie Pinkham

Series Description:

Welcome to my cookbook!  Some of these recipes are old-when I had to make my bucks stretch as a single, working mom, dishes that were not a lot of money, but also quick that I could make after coming home exhausted.  Some of these are new-dishes I've made up as I stared at leftovers in the fridge or thought about as I tried to go to sleep at night, in between thinking about my characters in my short stories, and research.  Some of these are even dishes I grew up with. 

I love to cook, but I have a lot of food allergies, so I have to watch my ingredients.  I have to constantly read labels at the grocery store or risk going to the hospital with a migraine.  Many days I need to fix a dish fast so I can lay down and get rid of a sinus headache, or work, or research.

These recipes are quick, and are versatile that they can go with almost every vegetable, or salad, or maybe just a slice of your favorite heated bread.

The recipes are in no particular order, or category, it's just how I put them in here.  Now, let's cook this! 

    

Category/Genre(s): Nonfiction, Cooking/Recipes
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Acknowledgements:

This is dedicated to my grandma, my mother, Ree Drummond, Rachael Ray, Trisha Yearwood, and Melissa Gilbert.  You all inspire me to get into the kitchen and create my own masterpieces.

Notes:

You can interchange any deli meat for the real thing, like roast beef.  Instead of deli, you can always substitute leftover roast beef from your fridge.  Chicken and turkey are also interchangeable.  You can always use leftover from your fridge, or even get a rotisserie one at the grocery store and pick off the meat.  Anything you choose is fine, as long as it's quick and easy.







Series Description:

Welcome to my cookbook!  Some of these recipes are old-when I had to make my bucks stretch as a single, working mom, dishes that were not a lot of money, but also quick that I could make after coming home exhausted.  Some of these are new-dishes I've made up as I stared at leftovers in the fridge or thought about as I tried to go to sleep at night, in between thinking about my characters in my short stories, and research.  Some of these are even dishes I grew up with. 

I love to cook, but I have a lot of food allergies, so I have to watch my ingredients.  I have to constantly read labels at the grocery store or risk going to the hospital with a migraine.  Many days I need to fix a dish fast so I can lay down and get rid of a sinus headache, or work, or research.

These recipes are quick, and are versatile that they can go with almost every vegetable, or salad, or maybe just a slice of your favorite heated bread.

The recipes are in no particular order, or category, it's just how I put them in here.  Now, let's cook this! 

    

Category/Genre(s): Nonfiction, Cooking/Recipes
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Acknowledgements:

This is dedicated to my grandma, my mother, Ree Drummond, Rachael Ray, Trisha Yearwood, and Melissa Gilbert.  You all inspire me to get into the kitchen and create my own masterpieces.

Notes:

You can interchange any deli meat for the real thing, like roast beef.  Instead of deli, you can always substitute leftover roast beef from your fridge.  Chicken and turkey are also interchangeable.  You can always use leftover from your fridge, or even get a rotisserie one at the grocery store and pick off the meat.  Anything you choose is fine, as long as it's quick and easy.