(PRWEB) September 27, 2016
Stephen Armento, a JNA Institute of Culinary Arts graduate and award-winning chef, has completed his new book “So You Wanna Learn to Cook, Huh?: Simple Comfort Foods with Pizzazz!”: a handy collection of easy to follow recipes for crowd-pleasing classic dishes from appetizers to desserts.
Armento’s life-long career in cooking as well as growing up in an Italian family has provided him with a wealth of experiences in the kitchen. His writing style is an acknowledgement of the fact that skills are best learned when the procedure is explained in a clear and concise way, broken into small steps. In his recipes, Armento is careful not to leave anything to the inexperienced cook’s imagination. Of the forthright nature of his recipes, Armento says, “You may even learn some mistakes even the professionals or myself make.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Stephen Armento’s practical arrangement is not only written for maximum comprehension, it is also organized efficiently. The book expertly guides the would-be chef directly to the desired recipe – or even to the dish they didn’t realize they were looking for!
Armento’s comprehensive recipe book is stuffed cover to cover with traditional favorites as well as more unique culinary delights. With this book and careful planning, anybody who has the desire to cook well will be whipping up sausage balls, stuffed chicken cordon bleu, and icebox cake in no time.
Readers who wish to experience this essential work can purchase “So You Wanna Learn to Cook, Huh?: Simple Comfort Foods with Pizzazz!” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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