Don’t like recipes? Consider an illustrated cookbook

Eat_Cover_HRFor some cooks, following step-by-step recipes just isn’t how they like to do things. Maybe it’s because they are visual learners who need to watch a video or see photos to see the process, and that’s exactly the target audience for a new book called “Eat! The Quick-Look Cookbook” (Weldon Owen, $25).

Instead of conventional recipes, the book is full of dishes whose instructions are spelled out with graphic art of the ingredients, cooking techniques and serving suggestions. eat-9781616288747.in04--1-

Each little image comes with explanatory text, but you could follow the steps by looking at the pictures only, a helpful change of pace if you don’t like reading about cooking.

Author: Addie Broyles

Food writer for the Austin American-Statesman and

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