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"In the Kitchen: Air Fryer Cookbook" Second Edition by Allison Waggoner
More recipes, more fun in the kitchen! Put your Air Fryer to good use with some handy and delicious recipes from our very own Allison Waggoner! "In the Kitchen" Air Fryer Second Edition Cookbook is choc-a-block full of healthy and yummy recipes, including gluten-free recipes - universal recipes for induction, convection and regular Air Fryers. The recipes work with any model of air fryer, convection and induction air cooking. The book has over 200 recipes - simple and easy dishes from breakfast to desserts!

This cookbook is your complete Air Fry cooking guide - it takes you step by step to create, not only the recipes in the book, but all of your favorites. The frequently asked question guide section answers all your questions about air frying, and a variety of recipes - everything from award winning Buffalo Wings to the perfect French fry, Biscuit Beignets with Praline Sauce, Maple Glazed Donuts, Vegetable and Kale Chips, Soy Salmon Steaks, Taco Cups, Pizza Rolls, Island Coconut Shrimp, Torn Bread Salad, Southern Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Chocolate Lava Cakes, Lemon Sponge Cake, Pecan Pie Bread Pudding and much more! Foods you love without the grease.

Healthy cooking means a healthy you!

Additional Information:
  • Dimensions: 7"L x 9"H x 1"W
  • Book Binding: Hardback; image wrap with smooth, matte finish
  • Page Count: 224 pages, full color, 220 recipes
  • Year of Publish:2016
  • ISBN Number: 978-1-4621-1961-5
  • Country of Origin: USA

In Her Own Words:
"When I gather with my family and friends to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, graduations,and Sunday mornings with the crossword, we celebrate with food. In a fast-moving world, I try to stop for a moment each day and be thankful over a delicious meal. I grew up in a home where my mom's Sunday night dinner was a time I looked forward to all week. My mom is kind, driven, and inspiring. She is thankful for every moment with her children and grandchildren and that love always comes across in her cooking. In culinary school, I was lucky enough to have amazing mentors. They taught me to appreciate ingredients that sometimes would have been overlooked. I realized in my classes that the serenity one feels when doing something they love and appreciate could bring them peace."
"Today, I love going to the market, finding fresh fruits and vegetables, and coming home to cook for my family and friends. Finding tomatoes that are so ripe they are sweet. Smelling fresh breads, knowing the dedication and soul that went into the twelve-hour baking process. It is, for me, an unapologetic way of finding a balance in my hectic life. I am blessed that I get to share those experiences with my daughter, Jordon. She reminds me of the lessons my mother taught me. Be kind, give love and share laughter. Growing up, I learned that one person alone does not make a conversation, nor does a tomato make a sauce. So invite a friend."