One Pot: Out Today!

The newest book from the editors of Martha Stewart Living is out today, sold in book stores everywhere and online. One Pot aims to provide simple cooking solutions for the busy family by upping the convenience level without sacrificing an ounce of the delicious and nutritious benefits of a home-cooked meal. The chapters in the book are divided by type of cooking vessel with recipes to match: Dutch oven, skillet & saute pan, slow cooker, etc. Want to try a recipe from the book? Cick here for a recipe for Chicken with Creamy Corn and Bacon. Click here for a recipe for Linguine with Tomato and Basil. Read more about the book below!

At the end of a busy day, you want to serve a delicious home-cooked dinner, a complete, all-in-one meal that can be prepared with little effort and few pans to wash. The editors of Martha Stewart Living present a brand-new collection of 120 recipes—organized by vessel—to help you do just that, all while adding savory new dishes to your weekly rotation.

One Pot is an exciting new way to approach everyday cooking: Imagine perfect pasta dishes for which everything goes in the pot at once (yes, that’s pasta, tomato, garlic, basil, and water all cooked together), dinner-party ready roasts with tender vegetables, and down-home casseroles, along with wholesome fish, chicken, and vegetarian dishes. You’ll get incredible flavor payoff from dishes such as comforting Chicken and Dumplings, easy Baked Risotto with Carrots and Squash, healthy Broiled Striped Bass with Tomatoes, hearty Pork Chops with Bacon and Cabbage, and the delectable Skillet Chocolate-Chip Cookie—each of which takes less than an hour from start to finish. Here, too, are a dozen outstanding recipes for surprising and simple desserts that can be ready when you are.


Anonymous said...

How many of your readers listened to NPR's report on the passing of Christopher Hogwood, 78? If so, how many recognized the music as the piece viewers would hear when Martha Stewart's early Lifetime show aired??. too bad the reporter did not mention the 'link'!!

Rowaida said...

Hi Andrew,

It is another successful book, simple cooking, love it.
I read about Christopher Hogwood death, he was a great English conductor RIP.

P.S I noticed on Martha's website and blog, that there are no more links to other blogs (wedding Darcy Miller, Kevin Sharkey, Alexis and others. Do you know the reason.
Thank you xx


Very interesting about the links, Rowaida. I'm not sure why she has taken them down.

@Anonymous: I would love to hear that NPR report. Is there a link you could share?

Anonymous said...

Well Andrew, I am not so savvy as to create a link, however, if one searches the internet with the query --NPR Christopher Hogwood passing -- results upon clicking the NPR site I do believe, one will be pleased to find the info they desire. Also, one needs a current media Player or some such app to listen to the report that aired .some such concerto in D minor with christopher hogwood directing the St Martins in the fields chamber orchestra often I mean often play PS My former classical musical station would -- oh dear I hit the wrong key some how and my sentence wound up at the front see I am not savvy!!!