PRLog - Aug. 8, 2012 - SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- The new book Easy Meals for Lazy Guys (uh, Make that "Busy" Guys, has recipes and ideas for quick, easy and tasty meals that can be prepared by people with minimal culinary skills. The book’s "no fuss, no muss" approach minimizes the amount of time needed to wash dishes and pans afterward.
Book: Easy Meals for Lazy Guys
Written in an informal, light-hearted tone, the book’s easy-to-read, no-nonsense instructions can be followed by people (especially men) who have little experience in the kitchen. The book makes a perfect back-to-school gift for men who–between academic studies and social activities–don’
In addition to full meals, the book offers suggestions for easily made snacks, side dishes, lunches for work, beverages and desserts. Suggested entrees include "Shrimpy 'Dillas," "'Breaded' Baked Beans" and "Open-Faced Cheeseburger."
The author, David Fiske, is a "busy guy" who would rather spend time on activities besides cooking and cleaning up. For a long time his goal has been to spend less time preparing a meal than it takes to consume it.
The book, with a list price of $6.39, is available from Amazon and other online sellers. For information on the book, including a preview and ordering information, go to http://easymeals4lazyguys.com .