You all know I read The Wall Street Journal. every day. (No, that isn't a typo; the name of the paper ends with a period, so I thought I'd type it right just this once.) On Fridays, they have a Mansion section, which often features houses and housing concepts so foreign to most of us that I just shake my head (a turntable in your garage, so you don't have to turn your car around, because there isn't enough room? really? an elevator to take your car to your apartment? really?) and they always have an interview with someone famous about their childhood home and memories. Last Friday, it was Jacques Pepin. And that caused me to remember this cookbook!
This came from a library used book sale a few years back. And given next week's festivities - my daughter's wedding and all of the pre-ceremony excitement, which will go on for a few days - I thought refreshing my short-cut repertoire was in order.
Most of his recipes have but a few ingredients. And there are plenty of tips about something you can store long-term in your pantry, to make the cooking faster.
This is Cookbook Wednesday, started by Louise, who is on hiatus.